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974.6 
C7673a 
|:1801 
1216985 
5ENHAL.OC3Y COL.UECTIQM 



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(5 R E E N's | 

j ALMANACK | 

\ AND I 

| Stegifter* | 

FOR THE STATE OF 
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Connecticut ? 

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I For the Year of our LORD, 8 

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J.B£I>JGTHK TWENTY fm 

I iflfti r^DCPEDJDE^Cp, OP THE ' 

! NIT ED STATES. ; | "V 

NEW-LONDON: I 

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PRINTED AND SOLD BY 

I SAMUEL GREEN. 

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Solar and Lunar ECLIPSES, 
In the Year 1801. 



March 14.QUN cclipfed, invifible. rf 
- O. 33m. .20 fee, in. the morning 

n 36V ysiat. i° 24' S. 



at lob. 
in K 



larch 



MOON cciipfed, vifiblc and total, 



M. Si 



ec. 



39 

40 

3* 

3i 
-3 
24 



App 
40 V eve-n- 
10J ing. 

40} s 

45 IS 

20 f i* 

co J c;q 



calculated as follows, IL 

Beginning of.Eclfpfe, - 10 

Beginning- of total davknefs,i i 

Ecliptifc g 30th day - - o 

Middle of tl>c Eel ipfe, - o 
; End. of total darknefs. - i 

End of the Eclipie, - - 2 

Whole Duration 3 hoiirs, 44m! n. 20 fee. 

Digits eclipfed 22 1-6 from N.iide of Q's fha- 

dow. 
Abriiiz. SUNcxcHpfcd/Invifible. & at nh.34m. 

aTtern, in y 22^ 45 J 20" Q's lat. i° 1 4' 20" N. 

Siptcmcir§. SUNedipfed, invisible. <Jatoh-.5£m. 

; morning, Q's long. 1% 15 2' 45". Q's lat. i € 

2i , 20 li N. 

£ '/ ' ^cr£2, M OON ec 1 i pfec? , i n the m or n i n g, v i fi 
by calculation as follows, vjz„ 




m: 




4S 40 

33 20 

7 45 
e EelTfrnrends, - - 4 27 20 
Whole deration of the Eclipfe, 3I1. 3 Sin. 2ofec. 
Digits Sclipfed 20^ from S. fide of ©'s fliadow. 
OHcbw]. SUNeciipfedjinvifibie. £ at 30.21 m.arft, 
O's tang.£: 14 3* 45 ll ..(>'s |at, i° 17' i" S. 
Tbisyesr, the afcending and defcending Node* 



[of theLunar Orbit arc fituated neai the Equinoctial 
pomts, y^ and :£, which w; 11 qaufe the; moon's dec! ' 
nation, North & South, to be gVcater than it has been 
for near 20 years pad ; and indeed, as great as it 
ever was; or ever will be. Confequcntly the moon 
ivilHomctimcs run higher, or more Northerly than 
ufual ; and at other times, Ihe wiii decline far to the 
fouthwarcj, and run lower than common. 

On the 2 lit of March, the moon will be on 
the meridian at 5 o'clock 3&min a in the evening, 
at which lime fhe v/ill be higher, or more Norther- 
ly, than trteiun overcomes, by 5 degrees and 3 mm 
(lie will pafs the meridian only 12 degrees 54 tnin 
from our zenith, (or point over head) And on the 
13th ofO£to. at 5 o'clock 19 min. in the afternoon, 
the moon will be on the meridian ; only ^20 de 
grees 10 minutes above the horizon. 



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Chronological Cycles for 1801. 



D*jTi!r:ieal Letter, D 
1 Lunar Cycle, 16 

Epacfc, 1 5 



Solar Cycle, 1 

Rom-an Indiclion, 4 
Julian Period, 6514 



frames and Charafrers 9} the Plana s. 
© Sol. or Sun, O© or ]) Luna, or Moon, Jp 
Saiurn. 1£ Jupiter, $ Mars, ? Venus. $ 
Mercury. H. Herfchel. ® Tellas, or Earth. 

FREEMEN'T MEE TING S. 

IpREEMEN's MEETINGS thoughout the Hate 
1? of Connecticut, *re held annually on the 
hird Monday in September, and on the Mormayj 
"pllowing the fit ft Tudday in April, \ 



1216985 1 



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JANUARY, kath 31 uavs. 




ftqutxt. 7 day, bh , Sm« at?. [i*irrtqr.2i a«*y, . i 


1.3 m i.ur 


[Mew croon T4 day, i • h^S n,mr,| Full moon zoday, 


;hat*i aft 


M|VV| Calendar, &c. |0ri.|0f.|F. 


fea.|r.$s 


M5 


Circ. 7{.riie 6ft.10m.af, 


7 284 33,10 


43 


! 5 53 


26 


# cold, 


7 28.432511 


3° 


« 57 


V 


wind) 


7 2 7l4 33 


morn. 


! 8 1 


4;D 


zd pad Chriftmas. 


7 2 7j4 33 





*3 


1 9 h 


5 2 


/pell of zo eat her. 


7 2 6 4 34 





S^ 


10 10 


6:3 


Epiph. H. Stationary. 


7 26 t 4 34 


1 


39 


11 18 


7l4 


DO J.(dl>H. more 


7 2 5 


4 35 


2 


22 


morn. 


B 


£ 


moderate, then ' 


7 2 4 


4 36 


3 


7 


27 


9 


6 


Days increas'd 1 2min. 


7 M 


4 3 6 


3 


55 


1 41 


to 


7 


rain or fleet more 


7 2 3 


4 37 


4 


49 


2 55 


11 


D 


i ft paft Epiph. ]) pcrig. 


7 22 


4 3B 


.5 


48 


4 ** 


12 


2 


or left, follow- 


7 22 


4 3^ 


6 


5'- 


5 2 7 


l 3 


3 


j) runs low. *«/ £y 


7 2i 


4 3Q 


7 


53 


6 42 


M 


4 


d©]> full tides. 


7 20 


4 4o 


9 


5 


]) fets. 


1 5 


5 


cold four 


/ 2 - 


4 40 


10 


6 


5 59 


i( 


5 


weather* 


7 *9 


441 


l L 





7 16 


3 


7 


D with ? 


7 18 


442 


i 1 


53 


8 » 


O 


2d. paft Epiphany, 


7 1 7 


4 43 


at. 


40 


9 3* 


*9 


i 


1JS. midnight. g&%. 


7 16 


4 44 


1 


24 


• 27 


20 


3 


© in £2 5b. 52m. mom, 


7 *5 


4 45 


2 


7 


»i 45 


21 


4 


DOB. /^^j ^»«i 


7 14 


446 


2 


50:morn, 


22 


5 


([with g. or "fleet, 


7 13 


4 47 
4 48 


3 


3i\ l 3 


*3 


6 


} wijji 7*s. wflVtf of 


7 l2 


4 


20] 2 6 


24 


7 


/e/i near this time. 


7 xl 


4 49 


5 


8; 3 10 


2 5 


D 


Conv. St.Paul. ]) r.high. 


710 


4 5c 


5 


571 4 « 


26 


2 


}> Apogee. /^m<r 


7 g 


4 5' 


G 


49 5 6 


27 


3 


pit aj ant weather. 


7 » 


4 5'-' 


'7 


40 5 5* 


28:4 


then clouds 


7 7 


1 52 


1) 




3° 6 39 


29J5 


(?0B. «A/" 


7 6 


4 54 





lffljrifc, 


3° 6 


^/raoa* $r rain. 


7 514 55 


10 


4 5 Ab 


3M7 


Days increas'd Jsm, 7 4U 56 


10 


4 81 6 51; 



>-BBllA KV hath 2S days. ^» 

Nsw moon it<Jay,ioh-?5m- al - |M '.- — - Vf F|| , , ^ ~ 
MlWf "Calendar, &c. JtMj^^:'* 5 ' 1 

' «. , rn.11 On T 



iD|Scptuag.bu n d.^feo/aii< f j7 



22 

3'3 
4:4 
5*5 
66 

7 f ; 7 
8,D 

9i 2 
103 
Il|4 
125 

147 
l6 2 

3 

195 

20 6 

21 7 

22,0 
232 
243 
25 4 
265 

27 6 
287 



j with H, thin clouds 
up for jncio 

or rain, 
near thefe days* 
D0J. lozvry, 
% Couth ioh, 32m 
Sexagefima Sund. 
§®%. C perigee 
]) runs low. 

G.Wafhingtbn b.1732. 
d o J. full tjdes, 

plea/ant weather near 
Valentine, this time. 
Quinquagefa. & Q $ 
>whh ? . clouds up for 
Shrove Tucfday. rain 
©enters X8h. 38m. aF, 
]) with 7*s. near this 
D05. D©<?. time 
} runs high, plcafant. 
lit Sund. in lent. > Apo. 

cloudy, and I txpeU 
St.Matthias. r&in 

orjnoto to-day. 
Daysincreas'd ih,58m. 

unfettled weather. 
rtt>« more moderate. 




■ The planet Venus will be evening ftar to the 
26th of May, thence morning ftar to the end e* 
Ithc year. Aft 



MARCH hath %\ days. 



jLact quari.. 7 d»y } 311. 
New ro. 1 4 day, r oh. 



,3 v^ 



a i . 1 1 n't q u ai t . z in! a y , k\ . 
m.fFuli moen 30 Hav.oh 



•5 



SM 



W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.| ©£|ft tea | r.J's 



1 

2 

3 

4 

I 

7 
8 



DJadin lent. in. David. 
rain or /now, 
mart or lefs. 
If. foutk 8h. 47m. 
pleafant weather, 
then comes 
9 runs low. o O ( • 
3d in lent.- D Perigee 
f now or rain, 

more or lefs 
Days tncreas'd 2h.2 2m. 

more p leaf &nt* 
5J Gr. Elong. // clouds 
147 Sunecli. invifi. rf©J>. 
151!) 4th Sunday in lent, up 
|i6.2 I ? Gr. Elong, Jor rain 
1713 ,St. Patrick, again, 
1 8J4 J >with ? . Pleafant 
1 9:5 ! J) with 7*s. weather 
206 O enters IT 8h.i 7*n.afr. 
aiJ7 g©H. Jr.high.jApo. 
22JD 5th Su. in lent, a J) 
23.2 I the clouds fern 
243 to forebode 

25J4! Annan, V.M. 
2 



6 

5 

5 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

5 ip| 

6 



6)5 more rain to day 
or to-morrow* 
Dull weather. 
Pa^.m Sund. Moontotal, 
d© *.. 8 0>.[ecUpi 
3 I Fgg£y, mt/Ey. 



9 

29 

3 0|2 



27;5 33l 10 

*5\5 35 

2 4!5 3^ 

23'5 37 

**B 39 
205 40 

*9i5 4i 

*7j5 43 
*6 j 5 44 
J4I5 46 

ja*5 47 

I2< 5 4 8j , 

■5 50^8 

9J5 S* 9 

715 53j 9 

4Ho 



1 P 

10 5 

11 44 
morn. 

34 

1 2 ? 

2 25 
£8 
31 

33 
32 
26 
18 
6 



4|5 
3;5 



6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
5 

\5 56\G 
5 55.6 
5 53fi 
5 52 } 6 
5 5i|6 



6j5 54 
56jn 
7 ! aft. 



o 5^ 

8 4 

9 14 
«o 2 

11 4c 
morn 

54 
2 

3 

3 
4 
5 



25 

06 
596 
586 



58 i 
o 

1 

2 

4 

5 



57 
47 



o 
I 

2 38 

3 30 

4 22 

5 12 

5 59 

6 45 

7 3° 



55 
37 

20 

b 3 
) fets. 

7 21 

8 sg 

9 3* 

10 45 

11 52 
morn 

o 50 



5 496 nl 8 14 
5 48(6i2 8 59] 
5 47j$»3| 9 4 
5 45'6'5. i0 331 I 



9 5 3^ 
6) rife 



48 

34 

2C 

5' 

22 

47 
13 

39 



3 



1 WM 



Al'RlL, F3tS 3© days. 



«~ i 



Lift q.. 5 day, 9!). ,49m. all. iFiritqr 10 fehfy^ 
New rn unity, iH.iat'* aff.JFt&Urfloon iS <ia 



tin. 43m. i\u 



M|W| Calendar, &c. |^n.| ,3 1", j F.fca<J r.C s. 



ij4| Some pita j ant to cath.^ 15 44 



■7i 



6 



8j5| ^ wifh 7*s. in theft 5 42 

gojGood Friday. </<z>.r. 5 41 

4 7 j >Perigce. } runs low 5 40 

5 JDEafter Sunday. nO©5 3 8 

62 now you may look 5 37 

73 Tffbu. 6h. 43m. <?wJ 5 35 

84 f$r rain near 5 34 

9:5 Days increased 311.54m. 5 33:6 

ioi6 Mz s trmf, [ther.$ S 1 ^ - 

'it ,7 J with g Urf titled wea-\s 30*6 3c 

12D ill S. p. Eafl, Qeclip fiedjs 296 31 

13.' 2 pUafant [invifi b!c,'5 27 6 33 

14,3 tveather. I5 ^oB.^4 

5J4 ]) with 7*$, D0K.'|5 ?5lf--3B 

lfe ])with$. then cloudy 5 24636 

©rimsrughifltfd^rAtf^j^ 22.6 38 

©Apogee. 72 ftaiion. '5 2i ! 6 3^ 

i gj I) 2d pail E&% mcrerain}§ 206 40 

20,2 Qdnterr. tf 9h.36rn,mor.5 18 6 42 



11 2 9j 9 3^ 
morn.jio 53 

27 

1 3 

2 2 9 

3 $ 

4 3< 1 

5 28 

6 ic 

7 | 
7 Si 



!i8; 7 



21 3 
22I4 

2 3|5 
2 5|7 



cod nights ^ 5 

aid mornings ? 5 
M<j« caw^r 5 

cloudy and 5 

Jwith H, St. Mark. L5 
26jt>3d pa ft Eafter. rain, 5 
27.2 j pleafant 5 

*8to £0«K weather, 5 

2 9j4 fomtjhowers. 5 

305 Daysincreas^h. 4801.5 



7f 

16.6 

12j6 



43 
4-1 
45 

47 
48 

49, 

10;6 50 

86 5 a 

&654J1 



morn 

4 

1 16 

2 16 

2 55 

3 *] 

3 5 Zl 

4 2& 

4 551 
8 37 hfet 
92172 
to 8) 8 36 
10 5 6j 9 44 
is 46,10 45 
tfr. 37 ti A1 
2Q;rnorn 
o 
1 
1 



21 
1 1 

5* 

45 

5 3° 

6 1 

6 57 
44 



35 
*3 
56 

2 30 

2 55 

3 20 

3 40 

4 o 
4 22 



8 32 . 

9 25 >rife # 

2 2j 8 20 

1 25) 9 22 



"MAY hath 31 days. 



Latt qur.5 clay, 3n.5ym.Tnor* rtf£ q.20 day, 4b. 47m, auei I 
New mo. ax day. ife. 23m. aft. Full moon ljfday, 8h.16m.aft | 

10 24I 



MjWj Calendar, &c^ 



T 

27 



St. Phillip & James, 
> Perig. P leaf ant, then 
3JD4th p. Eafter. J) r.low. 
4:2 ? Stationary, rain 
D © J . WCflr ^** time, 
Gen. Elett. Newport. 
Southerly winds and rain 
□ © b • w *^ thunder, 
Days increas'd 5h. 8m. 
5th p. Eafter. Rog Sund. 
Lowry weather. 
3 d§). Thunder, light 
34 jlf fets mtd. ning c 3rain 
5jGen. El. Hartf. Afcen 



64 

m 



i 4 

156 llowry weather^ >w thy 
1 ^:7 |> Apogee. ) runs high 
i7,D Sunday after Afccnf, 



6 5 
656 

65$ 

6 59 

7 o 

7 
7 



8 |2 

*9|3 
20:4 

21 
6 

7 



yztt* p leaf ant. 
weather at 

a@®. this time. 



5 , ©enters n 1 oh.6m.mor 
plea/ant 
])with H. weather. 
24 D Whit Sunday, 
fomttking dry* 
6 Q ? . refrefliin* 
Gen.El. Boflon. £ (j j 
> runs low. Jhower, 
fides (well, »;A/"cA 
1 Perigee, is very 
OiTrinitySund. agreeable, 



25 
26 

2 ; 
29J6 



4 5° 



4 
4 

46 

45 
44 
43 
42 

42 

4i 

40 

39 
39 
3» 

37 



morn 
o 29 

33 
34 
3o 
22 

9 

55 



11 42 
morn. 

1 1 

1 

2 
2 
2 



4 
4 
4 37 ! 7 2 3 



9 
10 

1 1 

12 

13 

»4 

5 

16 

:i 

18 

20 

21 
21 
22 
23 



22 

7 
53 
42 

.42 



11 24 

aft. 16 
1 



H 

3P 

5 
l 4 
37 
4 o| 
> Ccts, 

8 39 

9 3 6 

10 33 

11 16 

* l 59 
morn. 

o 28 

53 
22 

45 
5 



i<3 



9 

10 

11 

morn 



25 
5i 

7 J rife, 
12 8 52 

*9 9 53 
10 54 
o 2311 32 



JUlNE hath 30 days. 



Laft quart. 3 day, ion. 20m. at- 
Mew moon n day,^b. 45m. m. 



fcnit qar.iyd;iy 6h. 5^11; m 
Full raorn 26 dav, 3jt.7m.nio. 



M|W| Calendar, &c. 



0ri. |.©fetlF.fea. jr. > s 



r 



1 r i; lets lOh. 55m. /^zr 

2 3 weather, then 

34 □ © • - rf 8 • ccmes a 
4 5 /Aozver, with 
5:6 thunder and lightning. 
617 /air weather, 
n\D tftSund. paft Trinity. 
5J2 l hen foggy. 

9 3 rf ^ c?« ^«^« ^* w ^ 
10-4 y 6 r fc me days. 

•5jSt, Bamabus. & Q >. 

6 j]> Apogee. J) runs high. 

7 J ^r)/ weather, 
D 2d pafl Trinity. 

1 5J 2 j jome rain. 
i&i£l gCS ! a t is ha rr. 

4 'St. Alban, 

5 A*?* and dfry 

7 J weather^ then 
Dgd p.T.0en.g5^hnm. 
Longeft Days. [after,[4 



'9 

20 
21 

22 



3617 
S^ 
35 
35 
34 
34 
33,7 
.39,7 
32J7 
32;7 



a thunder Jkcwa\ 
St, John Baptift. 
i runs low. £0/ and 
<?©< .DFeng, fAa»rfer 
retry fiill tides. S.W. 
4th paft Trin. winds* 
St* Peter. /tfratf 
rain near this time. 



3°i7 



24 
24 

25 
2 5 
26 
26 
27 
27 
28 
28 
29 
29 

2 9 
2 9 

29 i 
3°j 

3° 
3° 
30 
3° 
3° 
30 
3°* 



1 1 



mom 
o 
© 
o 
1 



9 

10 7 
,058 

11 46 
a ft . 33 



4 53 

44 



3°7 

3 1 7 
3M7 



42 



6 

3°* 7 45 
30J t* 52 

9 59 

11 3 
morn. 

O 1 

o 54 



35 

59 
20 

4i 

9 

3* 

10 

44 



1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
Diets. 

9 14 
9 5» 

10 29 

10 57 

11 25 
11 44 
morn 

3 



>rife. 

9 *5 

9 54 

*0 33 

10 56 



Lalt qs . 2 day 711.21a. aftei . 
Jew mo. 10 day, 6h.^4 m.af 



M|\V! 



"JULY hath 3 relays. 



Lit ft qr. ib J.-y, ch.i5m. att r 
Ful! mooy 2cH?y, ph 37m. mc, 

Calendar, &c. jvjlr.j^iet. jF.fea.. 1 , r. } s 



2 
3 
47 

62 

3 

4 

106 

7 

D 

2 

8 



12 

*3 
l 4 

202 
"J 

224 



■y, lew* 90. 9 m. ^t?v 
VHit. B.V.M. DOJ« 

Aaf dry weather 
Independence, '76. 
aw agreeable ( d 1/. £ • 
Ji with »>*** jhozver 
near this time. 
]) rurs high. 
$Gr. Piong. Foggy 

6th fun. paft Trin» 

A?i and dry tveather 
Days (hort'n. 16m. 
Comrnenc.Cambridge. 

"> wilh ti. 
figns of 

n©'®. ™*» . 

7th fun. aft.Trin, t 

^<2/i ovtr 
\ at length 

comes a thunder jhowcr % 

©ent.ft5h.37m.mofn. 

J) P er 'g> £<^M thrs time 

Dog daysbegi. St. ja's. 
>8thp.Tiin. (<?0>. 

full tides. ram 
and thunder 
about this time 

Days fhoit'n. 52m. 
fair wynthff 



4-3 1 7 
4 3 2 7 
4 3 2 7 
4 3 2 ( 7 
4 33 7 
4 337 
34 7 



v' 



4 34 

4 35 
4 35 
4 3 6 
4 37 
4 37 
33 
4 39; 

b'T7 
4-4^7 



£9: 1 
28; 2 

3 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 

7 



2 

28 

p -7; 

26 
26 

2 5 

25 

2 3 
2 3 



43, 11 *9 
28^1 4r 

1 2 morn. 
o 2 
o 2 

52 

1 29 

2 3 

2 37 

|fets, 



22J11 

21 aft. 



4'J 
4 1 

4 4 2 
4 43 
4 44 
4 45 
4 4^. 
4 ^ 
4 47 
4 4^ 
4 49 
4 5° 
4 5 l 

i £2 



5^ 

41 

a8f 

16; 

7s 
5 Si 
4Q. 
3^1 
2 5 
ic 

5 2 

34 



v* 



10 14 
8 



20 
18 

M 

16 



1 r ^ 10 

57j*° 
41J11 

3 . 11 33 
2 q morn 



I r 

mo 

o 

«l 1 



O JO 

48 

1 48 

2 49 

8 2 5 

8 &t 

9 17 

9 40 

10 3 

10 28 



I 



AUGUST hath 31 cEy£ 



i.alt qr. i day,u h. 33 m mum jKim 
N'ew mo. 9 day, oh. 44 m. mo. J Full 

Lad qr. 30 day, ph. 



qr. 17 day, ah. 5b m. m ..,, 
moon 23 day, 5 h. 8m. aft! 
1 6m. B,ft«T» * 



M|W| Calendar, &c. i^ri.j-*-.>lct.|Kfea.|r.])s 



7 jLammas.Q© > .JuLhot 4 
09th p. Trin, }with 7*54 



(9 

io 

U 

12 

id 

6 



ft 

20 

M 

-'■5 

27 



2 S;W, winds, « thundery 
31 JAozoer, Jomc rain, -4 

4 . ]) runs high, $ Gr.elog.^' 

5 Transfig. of our Lord. (4 

6 ]) Apogee* p leaf .roeath.' 5 
7\6-Q%* fomt want of j 
D'lOthp, Trin. 6 © D 

3 ]) with $ .. time, 

4 JwithH. fi&ns 

5 0/* rail pafs over, 

6 Days fhort'n. lh, 16m. 5 

7 , fame rain \§ 
Onth aft, Trin, near J5 

2 QG ). g Station. „ J5 

3 ]) runs low. thittimc % '5 

4 and perhaps thunder 5 
h 5 



5317 
54<7 
5517 
5^7 
57,7 
597 



34io 53 

2311 26 

11 11 59 

1 morn 

53 ° 47 
44; * 35 



, 6 9h- > Perigee. 5 

6 pie of ant 5 

7 weather, [5 
O^Qsnt. n£ at noon. J5 

St. Barthol. (^©0-5 

3 Pretty full tides. " ^5 

4 Comrne-nc. Darthmou.5 
zoant of rain, 5 

Days fhorfn. inborn. 5 
St t ]ohn B. beheaded, 5 

^4Stfep.TWn.<^^.Q5 

ijratrc [OQ.O with 7* s «|5 2 9 



^ 59 
26 58 
gfi 51 
.46 56 
5p 55 

7P-53 11 
8j6 52 t aft 

1 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 



D fets. 

7 47 

8 9 



9:6 
io'6 

life 
*3§ 

16J6 _ 
i8j6 42 

*9E 4* 



5 1 

50 
49 

47 

46; 

45 
44 



8 
9 
9 



2oj6 40 

IP 



-2 

24-0 
27*6 

6 



7 

9 

:o 

39 10 

37! 11 
go^mo 

35] o 

33! ? 

3*1 2 

3 1 ' 3 



4i 

27 

*7 
1310 49 

13)11 32 
16 'morn. 
21! o 40, 
24 1 "48 
23S 2 gS 
18: J) rife. 
q 7 20 
5%\ 7 43 
45J 8 
rn.i 8 

s4,« 

go 9 

io'io 

o'to 



7 
32 

57 
29 

4^i 



biil'l EMBER, hath 30 day*. 


e> moon & day, h« 5 iin.inr.ir uii mo. %z day,ih. 37 m. m- 


rift <\r. is ^^yt lo'i.im. ; rnJ V,-f\ q r . 20 day, ^h 2ffl a'ter. 


MjWj Calendar, &c. |®r.j0fet.|F.fea 


r.Js.. 


>|3 


]) runs high, pita/ant 


5 3 1 ! 6 2 9 


3 5 2 


ti 32 


a|4 


Com. Pro v. & Wil'tow. 


532 6 28 


4 44 


morn. 


3 


5 


Dog days end. > apog. 


5-38'g 2 7 


5 3 6 


O 31 


4 


61 


cloudy, and 


5 35 6 25 


6 25 


1 30 


5 


7 


fair by turns, then 


53616 24 


7 12 


2 35 


6 


L3 


14t.hp.Trin. > with T? 


5 37) 6 2 3 


7 57 


3 4° 


/ 


2 


fi?.?i€f rain 


539.6 21 8 40 


4 45 


8 


3 


02ciip. invifi. £ ©>. 


540 6 20 9 21 


©fets. 


9 


4 


Commenc. N. Haven. 


541 6 1910 4 


7 5 


10 


5 


a /pell of 


543 6 17J10 47 


7 2 4 


11 


6 


Days fhort'n. 2b. 28m. 


5 44 


6 1 6 1 1 33 


7 5' 


12 


7 


p leaf ant weather 


5 45 


S**5 


aft. 21 


8 17 


*3 


i) 1 5th fund. aft. Trin. 


5 47 


6 13 


r 14 


8 S3 


14 


2 h| rife 3b. 24m. morn. 


5 48 


6 12 


2 12 


9 33 


*5 


3 □ D. warm 


5 49 


6 11 


3 *5 


■10 36 


16 


4 j > perigee. > runs low. 


55i 


5 9 


4 »7 


11 39 


l 7 


5 weather, then comes 


5 5* 


6 8 


5 *9 


mornj 


18 


6\6 O $ . rb* w^ar 


5 54 


6 6 


6 18 


56 


*9 


7 Me/e dtejyr. 


5 55 


6 5 


7 *3 


214 


20 


Oiflth fund. aft. Trin. 


5 56 


6 4 


3 5 


3 3*1 


21 


2 


St.Matth. moon totally 


5 5* 


6 2 


8 55 


4;4q 


22 


3 


50) eclip. this morn. 


559 


6 3 


9 43 


jrifel 


23 


4 


© Jht; £^ 8*1.3 1 m.morn. 


6 


6 


10 31 


6 4c 


24 


S 


/£*£ pie aj ant 


6 2 


5 58 


11 19 


7 < 


25 


6 


weather 


6 3 


5 57 


•norn. 


7 3; 1 


26 


7 


J) with 7*$, i0H, 


6 4 


5 56 


9 


8 1 •■' 


27 


« 


17th aft. Trin. cool 


6 6 


5 54 


1 


8 41 


28 




%& 2 rifetog.2h. 45m. 


6 7 


5 53 


1 53 


9 3 ! 


2 9', 3 


D0@ ©r,high(rnorn. 


i 9 


5 5* 


2 45 


10 2 


!*o 


.4 


J) Apogee. - mornings. 


10 


5 50 


3 37 


11 3 



* 



OCTOBER, hath 31 days. 



New moon 7 day, 3b. aim. aft. Full mo. aiday,2h.3 jm. art 
Firft qr. 14 dr.v, 4b. 26m. aft. Laftqr. 29^.3-/, nh. 7m.moi 



M|W| Calendar, &c. 



1 5 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 



S 1 



tleajctnt 
% rife 2h„ 38 m. morn 

«<?»; comes 6 

i8thpafttrin. > with IS 6 

rain rear 6 9h* p 

dOD.QccIpf. invifi,J6 
Day's fhort'd. 3K 42m. 



@r.}0iet|F^fea. 

~1* 



9 6 lowry and 
1O7 W0zy razrc J6 

11 DigpaftTrin; 6 

122]) runs low, 6 

133 foon, then 6 

144D0 J. J -perigee. 6 
4 5 5 pkafant 6 

i6 6 Day's fhort'n. 4b. 4m. ^6 
7 weather for ig 

18 D.20thpaftTrin.St.Luke.|6' 
192 j jeveraldays 6 

203 -Stonington B. Affocia. j 6 
2 1 4 !<P0 2). c/<?a<fc \6 

225 j ^/^r 6 

*&6 j D with7*s.'7f h.eveP.Q 6 
24;7|(inr^, 4 h32maftc50J6 
2,5!D 21 paft Trin. rain 6 
Druns high. p!cajani6 
> 2 pogee k weather 
A iSt. Simon & Jude. 

" d 9H. end 

Jqually, 



2 9 
3i 

32 

35 
35 
36 
37 
39 5 



4 

5 15 

6 o 

6 44 

7 26 



28jmoin 
o 32 



20J2 

273 



a 



3°j6 
^i7 



40 

4 1 

43 

44 „ 
. 45J5 
! u 4/ o 



5 20 



* 52 

9 37 

10 25 

11 18 

aft. 16 

1 i 7 



i\ J) s 



7 V 

8 28 

9 *6 

c 

^ ° 5& 

ijpi 4 c 
1 01 mom 

1 5 ° 4- ; 



~ 3/ 

4 41 
> fete 

6 c 
6 20 

6 59 

7 45! 
8»,| 

9 4 1 

TO ^ll 

mo it;.! 
o 8f 



: J 



5 <5 C 

6 is 
6 4* 



tf 



34; c ^ 2 

}2l 2 25LIQ 2 

iij 3 13(11 ii 
ioj 3 59 rioj r 

S| 4 43! c 



3*1 



NOV EMBER, hath 30 days. 



New mo, 6day, 4*1. 37m. mo. 
Firftqr. i^day, .h.iom. rcoi 



Fuilmo aoday,5h ibm inor. 
Laftqr. zSday, 7b. 57m. rro 



Mi 


W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|@f; | F.fea.|r.))s. 


~i\D 


2 2d.aft.Trin.Allfaints.6 535 7. 5 2^ 1 33 


o\ 2 


l£rife 1h.8m.morn. 


654:5 6 


6 6 


2 36 


3| 


3 


JwithH. fquaily 


^55!5 5 


6 49 


3 43 


4 


4 


$gr. elong. windy 


6 57 ! 5 3 


7 33 


4 51 


1 




lcw*y and 


$ 5%\5 2 


8 19 


5 9 


6 


6 © J) • rax* f 


6 595 1 


9 12 


J fets. 


1 

7: 


7 


£/£#/#** 


7 ° 


5 © 


10 9 


5 37 


.3 


D 


23d pad Trinity, 


7 * 


4 59 


11 10 


6 35 


C;, 


2 


]) runs low. full tides 


7 2 


4 5 8 


aft. 1 4 


7 33 







]) Perigee. rtfZTiy 


7 3 


457 


1 16 


846. 


I ' 


4 


toe at her if 


7 £ 


4 55 


2 16 


10 


1 2 


5 


r,otfnQw 


7 6 


4 54 


3 l * 


11 16 


1 


'5 


n Q D. .^gm* 


H 


4 53 


4 3 


morn. 


!m 


7 


t'/if f??/?£j 


452 


4 5i 


32 


15 


D 


24th pad Trinity. 


7 9 


45i 


5 37 


1 44 


16 


2 


p leaf ant 


710 


4 5® 


6 22 


2 55 


1*7 


8 


Days fhott'n.sh. 22m. 


7 11 


4 49 


7 8 


4 A 


18 


•1 


weather 


7 12 


448 


7 S 6 


5 12 


*S 


5 


for Nov. 


7*3 


4 47 


8 45 


6 18 


•20 


6 


<?©• >with 7* , s. 


7 14 


4 40 


9 37 


D rife. 


2] 


;7 


windy cold 


7*5 


4 45 10 3° 


5 2 ° 


2 2 


!o 


25th. Sun. aft.Trin © 


7 .i.e 


4 44(11 22 


612 


2 3j a 


(cot. ^o ? i.50!n aft'n. 


7 '2 


4 43motn. 


I 5 


-4|s> 


J Apogee. 60^. 


71 « 


442 


13 


8 7 


wk 


?-#*'/;, /rtozu 


7 10 


442 


1 2 


9 8 


\4s 


#r fleet more 


7 *9 


441 


1 49 


10 11 


1276 


a©U. or fc/> /*/*- 


7 20 


440 


2 32 


11 15 


1287 


© with 1/. 6h. root It. 


7 21 


439 


3 M 


•Ti0ir>. 


U 9 '5 


jAdv. Sun. D0b' 


7 22 


14 38 


< 3 55 


O if 


|ac 


a 


'St. Andrew, kips fnoro 


7 2 2J4 38^ 4 36 122 



DECEMBER, h 


ath i 
ill mc 


;i days. 


Ne w mo. 50'ay, 4h. 20m. .-li't.lFt 


. itiday, ioh. j cm.^l 


Firrt or. i2day, 8h. 6m. mor.jLaftqr, sSday, gh. 32m. mor 


'M|W| Calendar, &c. |&ri.}^fc|F.(ea. |r,]>s. 


1 


3 


fharp cold 


1 2 c 


4 37 5 x : 


1 2 2 7 


2 


4 


weather , which 


7 2 3 


4 3/ 


> 6 1 


3 3 2 


3 


5 


moderates 


7 2< 


436 6 5; 


4 45 


4 


6 


and brings a 


7 2 ^ 


4 35 


7 4^ 


5 59 


5 


7 


(5 O )« fnozo Jlorm 


7 2 t 


4 35 


8 4/ 


#(ets. 


6 


D 


2d fund. inAdv. > 1 uns 


7 $1 


4 35 


9 5 C 


5 8, 


J 


2 


full tides. (low. 


726 


43410 Si 


6 24 


3 


Concep.V.M. ])perig. 


727 
728 


4 33* 1 5? 


7 40 


9 


4 


cold weather 


4 3 2 


aft. 58 


8 5« 


IO 


5 


about thc/e 


728 


4 32 


1 5* 


to 13 


1 1 


6 


days. Lowry 


7 2Q 


401 


2 4c 


ii 25 


12 


7 


D0J. g Gr.Elong. 


729 


4 3 1 


3 «f 


morn. 


l 3 


D 


3d in Advent. and 


729 


4 3i 


4 *i 


37 


M 


2 


rain or fnozo 


7 2 9 


4 3* 


4 5? 


1 47 


iS 





Gen, Washington, dt- 


729 


4 3i 


5 42 


2 57 


16 


4 


morc or lefs (cd 1 799, 


7 3° 


4 3° 


6 29 


4 4 


'2 


5- 


) with 7*s„ Mf» 


73 c 


4 3o 


7 «9 


5 M 


18 


6 


y^we pie of ant 


7 3° 


4 3° 


8 13 


6 id 


^9 


7 


§©>.. weather 


73C' 


4 3° 


9 3 


3' liiej 


50 


U 


4th m Advent. J rum 


7 30 


•13° 


9 55 


4 47 


■> 1 


'2 


St. TLomas. (high. 


73 c 


4 3° 


10 46 


5 47 


2 2 


3 


Qent. vf • lh. lrm.mr 


7 3° 


4 30 


11 33 


6 48 


2 3 


4 


r^/n J Perigee. 


7 3° 


4 3° 


morn. 


7 5- ; 


24 


5 


w fnozo 9 or both, 


7 3° 


4 30 


O 17 


8 54 


^5 


6 


Christmas, rf $ <J 


7 30 


4 30 


S£ 


9 5/ 


26 


7 


St.Step. ( jwuhl/&T ? 


7 3° 


4 3° 


1 as 


to 5f 


2 7 


D 


titfun, pit. C.St. John. 


7 3 c 


4 3° 


2 lfc 


ii Ac. 


28 


2 


Innoc, D0},n0H. 


729 


43i 


3 0^ 


morn.. 


29 


3 


May Heav'n in Mercy- 


7 2 9 


43 1 


3 4 1 


1 £ 


3° 


4 


guide each happy State ; 


7 2 9 


4 21 


4 stf 


2 15 


31 


5 


And guard Columbia 
from the darts of* Fate. 


728I432 


5 *6 


2 2* 



I 



The FRENCH CALENDAR, 

For the prefent Year, which began September 22, 1800. 

N.wzes of Months* tnglifr. Term 

French. AUTUMN. (Inclufive.) 

Yenitemaire, Vintage Month, fSbm Sept. 22 to Oft.21. 

■irum-aire, Fog Month, — Oft. 22 to Nov. 20. 

Frumaire, hlzst Moneh — Nov. 21 to Bec.2Q. ', 

WINTER. : 

Hiyofe, Snow Month, — Dec. 21 to Jan. 19. 

Pig voile, R&ftftlonVb, — Jan. 20 to Feb. 18. 

VeiSbJe, Wind Month, — Feb. 19 to Mar. 20. 

SPRING. 

Oern^na^ Sprouts. Mosth, ~- Mar. 2t to Apr. IQ, 

Flcr Fhowers'AIonth, •— Apr. 23 to May 19. 

Pralreaiy Failure nionth, — May 20 to June 18. -T 

Mefutfor, H-rvefl Month, — Jane 79 to July r8. , 
F e r v i d r , II ot Month — - J u ly 1 9 to A ug. 1 7 

Fiuftidor, Fruit Month, — Aug*. 18 to Sept. iv* J 

Sam Culottides* or Feafts dedicated to 
Les Vertus, s The Virtues, Sept. 17* 

Le Genie, Genius, Sept. 18. jjj 

l£ Travail, Labor, Sept. 19. 

J/v)p ; n ; on, Opinion, Sept. 2a. 

Le« Rccompenfes, Rewards, Sept. 21. 

The intercalary day of every fourth year is to becal- I 
led La .'ans Qulottide ; on which there is to be a Na- 
tional Renovation of their oath, " To Uvc free or die." 
The month is divided into three decades, the days of 
\vhie*hare called, from the Latin numerals, 

t Primidi, 2 Duodi- 3 Tridi. 4 Qiiartidi, 

5 S^umtidiJ 6 Sextidi. 7 Septidi. 8 OcVodi. 

9 Ncicai. 10 Decudi, which is the day of ,re£. 



TABLE, 

IN which the different Currencies, throughout the XT- 
nited States, from one farthing to a thoufand Pounds , 
are reduced to an equivalent value in Dollars, Cents, 
and Mills, 

|Cr" Note, i® Mills make one Cent, ioo Cents one 
Dollar, 





N. Engl. 


N. York. 


N.Jtrfey* 


S. Car oli % 




®c.&c. 


&C.&C. 


Dolls.Ct. 


&c. 


£- 


Dolls. Ct. 


Dolls. Ct. 


Dol.Ct .M. 


i 


3>33i 


2,5° 


2,66f 


4,28,(5 


i 


6,66§ 


5>°° 


5,33s 


2,57^ 


3 


10,00 


7,50 


8,co 


12,85,7 


4 


i3>333 


10,00 


io,66§ 


17,14,3 


5 


l6,66§ 


12,50 


i3>33i 


21,42,? 


6 


20,00 


15,00 


16,00 


25,7i,4 


7 


*3,33i 


*7>5° 


i8,66f 


30,60,0 


' ■ 8 


26,66% 


20,00 


2i,33l 


34,28,6 


9 


30,00 


22,50 


24,00 


38,57, ^ 


IC 


33,333 


25,00 


2 6,66f 


42,85,7 


ii 


36,66f 


27,50 


29,33s 


47i*4,3 


12 


40,00 


30,00 


32,00 


5 X ,42,9 


*3 


43,33^ 


3 2 »5° 


34,66f 


55,7i,4 


14 


4 6,66f 


35>oo 


37,333 


60,00,0 


15 


50,00 


37*5° 


40,00 


"64,28,6 


16 


53.331 


40,00 


42, 66§ 


68,57,1 


*7 


5M<>J 


42,50 


45,33i 


72,85,7 


, 18 


60,00 


45>OQ 


48,00 


77, '4,3 


^9 


<$3>333 


47>50 


50,664 


81,42,9 


ao 


66,66f 


50,00 


53'33* 


85,7^4 


3<? 


ICO ; CO 


75,00 


8o,co 


128,57,1 


40 


J33.333 


'100,00 


106,66-1 


I7^4>,9 


.50 


166,66-5 


125,00 


133,331 


214,2^,6 


10c 


333,33-3" 


250 00 


266,66§ 


4 2S ,57,i 


200 


666,66fi 


500,00 . 


533,33'3 857, T 4,3 


50c 


i666,66|j 


[250.00 J 


tiiiitei 


2142,85,7 


loco 


3333;33l! 


2500,00 i 


2666,66$ 


4-285,7'j4 



B 2 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 



DUTIES. 



Articles on which Duties are payable at their importa- 
tion into the United States, with Rates of 
lmpoft; alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 
enumerated, or parts thereof, 15 per cent ad. val. 

Apparatus, philofophical, fpecially im- 
ported for any feminary of learning, free. 

Ale, beerandporter,incafksorbottles, 8 centsper gaL 

on value of the bottles, \2\ per cent ad. vaL 

Artificial flowers, feathers and other 

ornaments for women's head drefTes, 1 5 ditto. 

Annifted, « - - )5 ditto. 

Anchors, I2§ ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 
product, or manufacture of the U- 
nited States, fpirits excepted, free. 

Brafs rentenage ancj wire, - free. j 

► iron, or fteel locks, hinges, hoes, 

and Is, and vifcs, - - - 12 J ditto. 

^~- — all other manufactures of brafs, 15 ditto. 

Bulls and balfams,(fee powders, paft.es, 

&c.) - : - - - 15 dit to. 

Bier, ale. cr poster, in cafks or bot- 
tles, - % cents per gallon, 
on value of the bottles, 12 J per cent ad. vaU 

Bricks and tiles, - - J 5 ditto. 

Boimcts,hats, and caps, of every kind, T5 ditto. ; 

Eoots, - 7 scents per pair. 

Books, blank - - 12% per cent ad. vaL 

Books of pcrfons who come to refide 
in the United States, • free. 

Buttons of every kind, 15 per cent, ad, v*I* 



( 19) 



Buckles, fhoe and knee 

Brufhes, 

Bullion, 

Burgundy wine, 

Cannon of brafs, 

Carriages, or parts of carriages, 

Cards, playing, 

■— wool and cotton, 
Cables and tarred cordage, 
Cabinet wares. 



Caps,hats, and bonnets, of every kind, 15 

Carpets and carpeting, 15 

Cartridge paper, 

Candles of tallow, 

■ of wax or fpermaceti, 

Champaign wine, 

Capers, 

Canes, walking flicks, and wbips, 

Cambricks, 

Cheefe, 

China ware, 

Cinnamon, cloves, currents, and com- 
fits, 15 

Chintzesand coloured calicoes or muf- 
lins, and all printed, ftained, or col- 
oured goods, or manufactures of 
cotton, or of linen, or of both, or 
of which cotton or linen is the ma- 
terial of chief value, 

Cocea, 

Chocolate, 

Clogs and golofhoes, (fee ihoes) 

Cordage tarred, 

and yarn untarred, 



1 5 per cent, ailah 
u% ditto. 

free. 

45 cents per gallon* 
1 5 per cent ad val* 
20 ditto. 

25 cents per pack, 
50 cents per doz. 
180 cents per cwt: 
1 5 per cent ad vaU 



ditto, 
ditto. 
15 ditto. 

2 cents per lb* 

6 ditto. 
45 cents per gal. 
1 5 per cent ad vah 
12^ ditto. 
3 2j ditto. 

7 cents per pound. 
1 5 per cent ad val. 



ditto. 



Cofmetics, 

Coal, 

Colors, (fee painters') 

Copper manufactures, 



12| ditto. 

2 cents per pound, 

3 ditto. 
1 5 cents per pair, 

180 cents per cwt, 
225 ditto. 

IS per cent advaL 
5 c en is t> er bitftc t. 
IS per cent ad yak 
15 ditto* 



( ao) 

Copper in plates, pigs, and bars, free* 

Compofitions for the teeth or gums, 

(fee dentriflces) 15 per cent ad vaj. 

Coffee, 5 cents per lb* 

Cotton, 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value, being 
printed, ftained, or colored, or cot- 
ton manufactures not printed, ftain- 
ed or coloured, i2\ per cent ad val. 

Clocks and watches, orparts of either, 1 5 ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, phstons, chairs, 
chaifes, folos, or other carriages, 
or parts of either, 20 ditto. 

Cloathing, ready made, 12J ditto. 

Cloths, books, houfehokl furniture, 
and the tools or implements of the 
trade or profeflion of perfons who 
come to refide in the United States, free. 

CutlafTes, or parts thereof, 1 5 per cent ad vaj. 

Dates and figs, 15 ditto. 

Dentrifice powders, tinctures, prepa- 
rations and compofitions for the 
teeth or gums. 15 ditto. 

Dolls, dreiTed or undrefTed, 15 ditto. 

Drugs, medicinal, except thofe com- 
monly nfed for dying, 15 ditto. 

— and woods for dying, free. 

Earthen and ftone wares, 1 5 per cent gd vah 

Effences, (fee powders, partes, &c.) 15 ditto. 

Fans, or parts thereof, 15 ditto. 

Fayal wine, 28 cents per gallon. 

Feathers and other ornaments for wo- 
men's head drefTes, 15 per cent ad vaj, 

Fringes commonly ufed by upholfler- 

ers, coach makers, and faddlers, 15 ditto. 

Figs, \5 ditto. 



( 21 ) 



Flowers, artificial 15 per cent ad val. 

Floor cloths and mats, or parts of 

either, 15 ditto. 

Fruits of all kinds, 15 ditto. 

Furs of every kind undreffed, free. 

Glafs — black q,uart bottles, 1 2 J per cent ad nah 

■ ■ ' window glafs, 15 ditto. 

* - all other glafs, and manufac- 
tures thereof, 20 ditto. 

Gla uber fa J ts, 200 cents per civt. 

Gauzes, 1 2% per "cent ad vaL 

Geneva, (fee fpirits) 

Ginger, 12^ ditto* 

Girandoles, or parts thereof, 20 ditto. 

Golofiioes, (fee ihoes) 15 cents per pair. 

Gloves and mittens of every kind, is per cent ad vah 

Gold, filver, and plated ware, 15 ditto. 

Gold and filver lace, 15 ditto. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, im- 
ported directly from China or In- 
dia, in mips or veiTsls net oi' the 
United States, except teas, China 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, 15 ditto. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or place in the fame ftiip 
or veiTel in which they ihali be im- 
ported-— and all articles of the 
growth, product or manufacture of 
the United States, fpirits excepted, free. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, 12A per cent ad val, 

Glue, 35 ditto. 



Gunpowder, 


12 i 


ditto. 


Hangers, or parts thereof, 


15 


ditto. 


Hair powder, 


*5 


ditto. 



( « ) 



Hats, caps, and bonnets, of every 

kind, 1 5 ditto. 

Hemp, joo cents per cwt. 

Hides, raw free. 

Houfehold furniture of perfons who 
come to refide in the U. States, free* 

Implements of the trade or profetfion 
of perfons who come to refide in 
the United States, {me. 

I nd igo, 2 5 cents per pound* 

lion wire, free. 

* , fteel, or brafs locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils, and vifes, i 2 ^ per cent advaU 

*— caft, flit, or rolled, and all man- 
ufactures of iron, fteei, or brafs, or 
of which either of thefe metals is 
the article of chief value, not be- 
ing otherwife particularly enume- 
rated, 

Jewel 'try and parte work, 
,cc of gold and filver, 
:es and lawns, 

Lacet., imes, fringes, taifels and trim- 
mings commonly ufed uy upholfter- 
srs, coach makers^ and faddlers, 

Lampblack, 

Lapis Cuiaininari.", 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 
manufactures of leather, or of 
which leather is the article of chef 
value, not other wife pai'cicuiarly 

*• enumerated, 1 5 per feist ad t> .7 

^X-eadjcind muikefc ball, 1 cent per ih. 

'?£**4rz\\ other manufactures of lead, 
' e or in which lead is the chief article , 1 cent per lb. 

Lemons and limes, 1 5 per cent >;d iW, 

Linen or cotton manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 



15 


ditto: 


15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


1*2 


ditto 


15 


ditto. 


12 i 


ditto. 


free. 





.( *3 ) 

the material of chief value, being 
printed, ftained, or coloured, or 
cotton manufactures, not printed, 
ftained or coloured, \2\per cent ad val. 

Linen manufactures, or of which lin- 
en is the chief article of value, not 
printed, ftained or coloured, I2£ ditto. 

Liibon and Oporto wines, 30 cents per gaJhn. 

Looking glafles, or parts thereof, 23 per cent ad vaj. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter, and cop- 
per, 15 ditto. 

,.— of iron, fteel, or brafs, 
not otherwife particular!)' enumer- 
ated, 15 ditto. 
• of leather, not other- 



wife particularly enumerated, i$ ditto 

■ of lead, not other wi" 



particularly enumerated, I cent per pound, 

of cotton or linen, or of 



both, printed, ftained or coloured, 
or of cotton not printed, ftained .or 
coloured, i 2-J per cent ad yam 

> of linen, not printed, 



ftained or colored, 1 %h per cent ad val* 

1 ' » of glafs, (fee glafs) 
• of tobacco, (fee fnuif 



and tobacco) 

of wood, (fee cabinet 

wares and wood) 

> of the United States, 



fpirits excepted, free. 

Mats and floorcloths, or parts of ei- 
ther, 1 5 per cent ad val. 

^ a * t, 1 2| cents per bujbcL 

Marble, Hate, and other ftone, bricks, 
tiles, tables, mortars, and other u- 
tenfih of marble or fiate, and gene- 
rally all ftonc ? and earthen ware, tffer cent ad val* 



( 2 4 ) 

Madeira wines, (fee wines) 

Malaga wine, 28 cents per gallon. 

Mace, \$pcr cent ad vaL 

Medicinal drugs, except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying, 1 5 ditto. 
Merchandize, goods, and wares, im- 
ported directly from China or In- 
dia, in fhips or veffels not of the 
United States, except teas, China 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, " 15 ditto); 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or place in the fame (hip 
or veffel in which they mail be im- 
ported — and all articles of the 
growth, product, or manufacture 
of the United States, fpirits ex- 
cepted, free. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and described, . \2j per cent adval. 

Mittens and gloves of every kind, 15 ditto. 

Millinery ready made, 15 ditto. 

MolafTes, 5 cents per gallon. 

Murkets and firelocks with bayonets 
fuited to the fame, and mufket ball, 
or parts of either, 15 per cent ad val. 

Mufkets and firelocks without bayo- 
nets, or parts of either, 15 ditto. 

Muftard in flower, 15 ditto. 

Muflins or muflinets, whether print- 
ed, ltained, colored, or otherwife, x2j ditto. 

Nails, a cents per pound. v 

Nankeens, 1 2g per cent ad vol* 

Nutmegs, 15 ditto. - 

Oranges, 15 ditto. 

Ornaments for women's head ore Acs, 1 > ditto. 



( 2 5 ) 

Ointments, oils, and odors, (fee pow- 
ders, paftes, &c) 1 5 ditto. 

Olives, J 5 ditto. 

Oil, 15 ditto. 

Oporto and Lifbon wine, 3&* cents P er g alIor » 

Paper hangings, J 5 f* *»* ad vat. 

— , writing and wrapping ia£ ditto. 

— , flieathing and cartridge 15 ditto. 

Painters' colours, whether dry or 
ground in oil, except thofe com- 
monly ufcd in dying, 15 ditto. 

Pack thread and twine, 400 cents per cwt. 

Pafte boards, parchment or vellum, ^ 2 hP er cs1lt il ^ t&U 

Pafte work, and jewellery, 15 ditto. 

Phaetons, or parts thereof, 20 ditto. 

Praifter of Paris, free. 

Pewter manufactures, 1 5 ditto. 

» , old free. 

Pepper, 6 cents per pound. 

Perfumes, 1 5 per cent ad vaU 

Piftols, or parts thereof, 15 ditto. 

Pictures and prints, 12 J ditto. 

Pimento, 4 cents per pound* 

Printing types, I2J per cent ad val. 

Pickles of all forts, 15 ditto. 

Printed, ftained, or colored goods, or 
manufactures of cotton, or of linen, 
or of both, 12J ditto. 

Philofophical apparatus, fpeciaily im- 
ported for. any feminary of learn- 
ing, free. 

Porter, bear, or ale, in cafks or bot- 
tle s, 8 cents p cr gu ltdn . 

— on value of the battles, 1 2^ per cent ad v tl 

Powder for hair, 15 ditto. 

gun powder, |2| dit(#. 

Powders, partes, balls, balfyrns, oint- 
ments, oils, waters, wafreVj thx- 
C 



( *6) 

tares, eflences, or other prepara- 
tions or compofitions, commonly 
called fweet cents, odors, per- 
fumes, or cofmetics, and all pow- 
ders or preparations for the teeth 
cr gums, 15 ditto. 

kunbs and prunes, 15 ditto. 

aihns, 15 ditto, 

aw hides, and fkins, free. 

.um (fee fpirits) 

alt weighing more than fifty-fix 
pounds per bufhel, 20 cents per 56 lb. 

— weighing fifty-fix pounds per 
bufhel, or lefs, 20 cents per bufiel. 

rdts, glauber 200 cents per cwt. 

tained, printed, or colored goods, or 
manufactures of linen, 1 2\ per c ent ad val. 

alt petre, free. 

t. Lucar wines, 40 cents per gallon. 

tarch, is per cent ad vat. 

lil cloth, 12^ ditto. 

ate, ftone, and ftono ware, 15 ditto. 

iddles or parts thereof, iaj ditto. 

itins and other wrought filks, i2i ditto. 

"eel, 100 cents per civt. 

leel, iron, or brafs locks, hinges, 
hoes, anvils, and vi&s, ' \%\per cent ad val. 

-— all other manufactures of fteel, 15 ditto. 

leathing and cartridge paper, 15 ditto. 

hcrry wine, 40 cents per gallon. 

ja (lores of mips or veffels, free. 

permaeeti candles, 6 cents per lb. 

wcet fecnts, (fee powders, paftes, 
&rc • ) 15 per cent ad val. 

pixiTs diflilled in foreign countries : 
viz. Frsm Grain* 

Firft proof 28 cents per gallon . 

Second proof 29 ditto. 



( *7 ) 



Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 

From other Materials. 

Firft proof 

Second proof 

Third proof 

Fourth proof 

Fifth proof 

Sixth proof 

Spirits diftilled in the United States, 

imported in the fame fti;p or vef- 

fel in which they had been previ- 

ou fly exported from the JJiiited 

States, viz. 

From Molajfes. 
Firft proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
From Materials cf the grdtvth and pro- 
duce of the United States. 
Firft proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth preof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spikes, 

Silver and plated ware, 
— lace, 
Skins, raw 

Shoes and flippers of filk, 
— — other flioes and flippers for men 
and women, clogs or golofhoes, 15 



31 


tiitfo. 


34 


ditto. 


40 


ditto. 


P 


ditto. 


35 


ditto, 


25 


ditto. 


28 


ditto. 


11 * 


ditto. 


38 


. ditto* 


46 


ditto 



*3 


dhttfl^ 


74 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


17 


ditto. 


2i 


ditto. 


23 


ditto. 


7 


ditto. 


8 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


11 


ditto. 


*3 


ditto. 


18 


ditto. 


1 cen 


t per lb. 


5 per cent c.d Vat. 


15 


ditto. 


free. 




25 cents per pair, 



ditto; 



H 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


H 


ditto. 


Hi 


ditto. 



( 28 ) 

other fhoes and flippers for chil- 
dren, 12J ditto. 

Swords or -cutiaiTes, or parts of ei- 

the r, 15 per cent ad HaU 

Stockings, 15 ditto. 

Stone and earthen ware, 15 ditto. 

Soap, 2 cents per lb. 

Solos and other carnages, or parts Jj 

thereof, 20 per cent- ad val. 

Sulphur, free. 

Sugars, brown 2^ cents per pound. 

*.*-«— , white clayed 3 ditto. 

~ $ do. powdered 3 ditto. 

^i.ji '■ ..., all other clayed or powdered 2 ditto, 

, lump 

— — — , other refined 

Sugar- candy, 

Snuff, 22 cents per pound* 

PaiTels and trimmings commonly ufed 

by upholilerers, coach makers, and 

faddier*, i$per cent ad vah 

rabies o^ marble, 51 ^, af*^ othejp 

itone, or parts thereof, 15 ditto, 

r allow candle*, 2 cents per lb. 

Teas, from China and India. 
— , bohea 1 2 ditto. 

, foachong and other black 18 ditto. 

, fcyfon, imperial, gunpowder or 

gomee 3 2 ditto. 

— - — other green teas, 20 ditto. 

From Europe. 

*— ., bohea 14 ditto. 

, louchong and other black 21 ditto. 

—— , hyfon, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 40 ditto. 

— ~- other green teas, 24 ditto. 



( 29) 



"From any other place. 

— , bohca 17 ditto. 

— , lbuchong and other black 27 ditto. 

— , hyfon, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 5° ditto. 

—other green teas, 3° ditto. 

Teneriffe wine, 28 cents per gallon; 

I Twine and packthread, 400 cents per out. 

Tin manufactures, 15 per cent ad val. 

— in pigs and plates, free. 

Tinctures, (fee powders, pafles,&o.) 1 5 per cent ad val* 

Tiles and bricks, 15 ditto. 

Toys not otherwife enumerated, i2§ ditto. 

Tobacco, manufactured (other than 

fnufi) 12J cents per lb, 

* Tools of the trade or profeffion of 
perfons who come to refide in the 
United States, 

Types for printing, 

Velvets and velverets, 

Wares of tin, pewter, and copper, 

— - — , earthen or ftone 

— — , China 
I i«. — gold, filver, and plated 

•-Tj goods, and merchandize import- 
ed directly from China or India in 
fhips or veflels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, 
and all other articles liable to high- 
er rates of duties, ° J5 ditto. 
»— , goods, and merchandize of the 
growth, produce, or manufacture 
of the United States, (fpirits ex- 
cepted^ f ree . 

^ Vafer3 > 15 per cent ad vzh 

Waters and wafhes, (fee powders, 

w P ,^ es ' &c ,) . 15 ditto. 

>v attung Sicks, whips, and canes, i2 r *- ditto. 

C 2 



free. 






l2 k$ er cent ad 


val. 


*i% 


ditto. 




15 


ditto. 




J5 


ditto. 




15 


ditto. 




*5 


ditto. 





(30) 

Wax candles, 6 cents per lb: 

Watches and clocks, or parts of ei- 

tner > 1 5 per cent ad vah 

Wines, in cajk's, bottles, and other veffels* 

— — , Malmfey, Madeira, and London 

particular Madeira 5 8 cents per gallon. 

all other Madeira wine, 50 ditto. 

Burgundy, Champaign, Rhenifh, 

and Tokay wines, 45 ditto. 

— —^Sherry and St. Lucar wines, 40 ditto. 

Claret and other wines not enu- 
merated, when imported in bottles 
or cafes, 35 ditto. 

— — Lifbon, Oporto, and other Por- 
tugal wines, 30 ditto. 

— - — Teneriffe, Fayal, Malaga, St. 
George, and other Welter* Iflands 
wines, 28 ditto. 

— — all other wines when imported 

otherwife than in bottles or cafes, 23 ditto. 

— ■ — on value of the bottles, 12% per cent advaU 

Window glafs, 15 ditto. 

W ire of brafs and iron, free. 

Wool and cotton cards, 50 cents per don* 

V/ool unmanufactured, free. 

Wood unmanufactured, free. 

Wood manufactured, (excluiiveof ca- 
binet wares) 12^ per cent ad vaL 

V.:ni untarred, 225 &nts per cwt. 

AH other good? not before particular- 
ly enumerated and defcribed, 1 2^ per cent ad val. 

O* AH parts of articles to be fubject to the fame Du- 
ties as the entire article is fuhj?6t to. 

- The Duties on Wines mall not be lefs than ten cents 
- f p^.Iioa. Bottles in which liquors arc imported, pay 
£h* fiiTti duty as empty bottles- 



(3i ) 

DUTY on CARRIAGES. 

Dells 
For and upon every coach, - - ij 

upon every chariot, - 12 

upon every poft chariot, • - 12 
upon every poft chaife, - - - ia 
upon every phaeton with or without top, 9 
upon every coachee, » ~ 9 

*pon other carriages,having pannel work 

above, with blinds, glaffes or curtains, 9 
upon four-wheel carriages having fram- 
ed pofts and tops, withfteel fprings, 6 
upon four wheel top carriages with 

wooden fprings on jacks, - 3 

upon curricles with tops, - -3 

upon chaifes with tops, 3 

upon chairs with tops, - - 3 

upon fulkies with tops, - - 3 

upon other two-wheel top carriages, 3 
upon two-wheel carriages with fteel or 

iron fprings, 3 

upon all other two-wheel carriages, a 

upon every four- wheel carriage having 
framed pofts and tops, and refting up- 
on wooden fprings, - 2 
Carriages ufually and chiefly employed in hufbandry, 
or for the tranfportation or carrying of goods, wares, 
merchandize, produce, or commodities, are exempted 
from the above duties. 

The folio-wing Articles are free from Duty. 
Philofophical apparatus fpecially imported for any femi- 

nary of learning, 
Articles of ail kinds of the .growth, product, or manu- 
facture of the United States. 
Copper in plates, pigs, and bars. 

Clothes, books, houihold furniture, and the tools or im- 
plements of the trade or profeflion of persons Vrho 
corns to refide in the United States, 



i 



( m ) 

Drugs and woods for dying. 

Furs of* every kind undrefled. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize intended.to be exported 

in the fame v.eflel in which they fhall be imported. 
Raw hides, and iron ware. 
Lapis Calaminaris, and plainer of Paris; 
Old pewter, and tin in pigs and plates. 
Wire of brafs and iron. 
Wool and wood unmanufactured. 

All retail dealers of wines and foreign diftilled fpirit- 
nous liquors, are yearly, by a law of Gongrefs, to take 
out a licence from the Supervifor of the revenue, for re- 
tailing the fame, for which they are to pay for each, five 
dollars, on forfeiture of $o dollars if they fell without 
having a licence therefor. 

TONNAGE. 

By Ad of Congrefs, approved 2d March, i799, to be 
paid at the time of entering the vefTel, and before any 
permit (hall be granted for unloading any part of the 
cargo, at the following rates : 

On all fhips or veflfels, entering from any foreign port 
or place. 

Per Ton, Cents. 
Ships or velTels of the United States, 6 

built within the United Stntes, after 
the 20th July, 1789, but belonging 
wholly or in part to foreign powers, 
duly recorded, 3^ 

On other fhips or veffels, 5^ 

Veffels of the United States, employed m the coafc- 

ing trade or fisheries, duiy licenied, per annum, 6 
Veffels of the United States, (-other than licenied) 
taking in merchandize in a diftriel in one flare, 
to be delivered in a diflri<5t in another ft ate, other 
than an adjoining It ate on the fea coait, or on a 
navigable river, 6 



( 33.) 



Other fhips or vefTels, taking in merchandize to be 
delivered in another diflricl, 50 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN DollsXtS. 

Cold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of the 
flandard prior to the year 1792— for every 27 
grains, I 00 

. Gold coins of France, Spain, and the dominions 
of Spain, of the flandard prior to the year 1 792, 
for every 27 and 2 fifth grains, 1 00 

Spanifli milled dollars, — 17 pwt- 7 gvs. 1 00 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France,— 18 pwt. 17 grains, I 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 
Provided, That no foreign coins fiiall be receivable, 
■grMch are not by law a tender for the payment of all 
debts, except in confequence of a Proclamation of the 
President of the United States, authorizing fuch foreign 
coins to be received in payment of the duties and fees 
afore faid. 

Rates of Coins for eftimating Duties. 
Pound flerling of Grec.t Britain, 
•Livre Tournois of France, 
Florin or guilder of the United Netherlands, 
Mark banco of Hamburgh, 
Rix dollar of Denmark, - 

Ryal plate of Spain, 
-— Vallon of d©. - - 

Milree of Portugal, - 

Pound fterling of Ireland, 
Tale of China, - - 

Pagoda of India, 
Rupee of Bengal, - 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as may 
be, to the faid rates, or the intrinfic value thereof, com- 
pared with the money of the United States. Provided, 
That it fhall be lawful for the Prcfident of the United 



4 44 





18 





40i 





33i 


1 


00 





10 





05 


1 


24 


4 


10 


1 


48 


1 


94 





5Sh 



( 34 ) 



States to caufe to be eftablifhed, fit and proper regula- 
tions for cftimating the duties on goods, wares, and mer- 
chandize, imported into the United States, in refpectto 
which the original coft (hall be exhibited in a depreciated 
currency, ifTued and circulated under authority of any 
foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares, and merchandize, imported 
from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the fame, (if ad 
valorem articles) 20 per cent to be added to the actual 
coft thereof, including all charges, (commiffions, outside 
packages, and infurance only excepted) and ten per cent 
if from any foreign port ; before the duties are ealcu* 
teted. 



FEES of OFFICE. 
To the CslieCtor and Naval Officer, 



Entry of a vefTel of ioo tons or upwards 
Clearance, do. do. do. 

Entry of a veflel under jootons, 
Clearance of do. do do. 
Every poft entry, 
Permit to land goods, 
Every bond taken officially, 

permit to land goads, for exportation for 

drawback, 
debenture or other official certificate, 
bill of health, 
Official document (regifler excepted) required 
by any perfon, o 

To the Surveyor. 
Admeafuring and certifying the fame, of every 

ffiip or vefTel of ioo tons and under, per ton, o 

Admeafurement of every fhip or vefTel above ioo 

tons and not exceeding 200 torn, I 

Above 200 tons, 2 

For all other fervices on board any (hip or vefTel 

of 100 tons and upwards, having on board 



Defs. Cti. 


2 


50 


2 


50 


1 


53 


i 


53 


2 


00 





20 





40 


or 




30 





20 





20 



20 



50 

OO 



(35 ) 



goods, wares, or merchandize, fubjeft to duty, 3 
For like fer vices on board any fhip or veflel of 
lefs than 100 tons, x 

On all velTels not having on board goods, wares, 
or merchandize, fubjeet to duty, 
Allowances for Draft. 
Any quantity of 100 weight or 112 lb, 
above i®3 and under 200, 
200 and under 300, 
300 and under 400, 
400 and under 1800, 
1800 and upwards, 
Tares. 



53 

662 
fcv* 
I 

2 

3 
4 
7 
9 
lb. 

7^ 
36 
20 



On every whole cheft of bohea tea, 
half do. do. 

quarter do. do. 

cheft of hyfon or other green tea of 70 lb. 

or upwards, „ 20 

box of other tea between 50 and 70 lb. 18 
do. if 80 lb. 20 

do. from 80 lb. upwards, ^22 

The above to include ropes, canvas, and other coverings. 

On all other boxes of teas, according to the invoice 

I or actual weight thereof. 

On coffee in bags, a per cent, 

in bales, 3 

in cafks, 72 

On fugar, other than loaf fugar, in calks, 12 
in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On cocoa, in cafks, 10 

in bags, l 

On pimento, in cafks, 16 

in bags, 3 

On cheefe, in hampers or balkets, 10 

in boxes, 20 

On candles, in boxes, 8 

On chocolate, in boxes, 10 



12: 



(36) 

On cotton, in bales, 2 

in^eroons, 6 

On glauber falts, in cafks, 8 

<Dn indigo,' in barrels, 12 

in other cafks, 1 5 

in feroons, is 

in bags or mats, 3 

On nails, in cafks, 8 

On pepper in cafks, 12 

in bales, 5 

in bags, 2 

On fugar candy, in boxes, i© 

On fegars, in boxes, 18 

On foap, in boxes, lO 

On fliot, in cafks, 3 

On twine, in cafks, 12 

in bales, 3 

On all other goods according to the invoice 

thereof, as actual weight. 

Allowance for Leakage and Breakage. 
Two per cent allowed on the gauge on all merchan- 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in cafks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter, in bottles* 
and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, to bei 
de dueled from the invoice quantity, in lieu of breakage; 
or it fhall be lawful to compute the duties on the actual 
quantity by tale, at the option of the importer at the 
time of entry. 

Terms of Credit. 
When the duties on ad valorem articles are lefs than 
SO dollars, it muft. be paid immediately ; if fpecific, a 
depefit muft be made to fecure the fame* which when 
afcertained, will be immediately fettled. 

hen the duties on goods imported (where the Aim 
payable by one perfon or co partnerfhip) fhall amount 
to more than fifty dollars, the following credit is allow- 
ed by law, except where any bond on which the perfon, 
or co-partnerihip entering fucb goods, wares, or mer-. 



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chandize, are either principal or fecurity, and whicu 
being due remains undifcharged. y^ 

On all articles the produce of the*\V'%.ft-Indies (fait 
excepted) the one half in three months and the other 
half in fix months. 

On fa!t, in nine months. 

On Madeira, and all other wines, twelve months. 

Oh all goods, &c from Europe, (wines, fait and teas 
excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, and 
one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, &rc. (wines, fait and teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the. Weft- Indies, 
one half in fix months, one- fourth in nine months, and . 
one fourth in twelve months. 

On teas " from China or Europe, may be depofited at 
the option of the importer or importers (to be determin- 
ed at the time of awaking entry therefor) either to fe- 
cure the duties thereon, on the fame terms and ftipula- 
tions as on other goods, wares and merchandize import- 
ed, or to give his or her or their bond, to the collector 
of the diftritft, where any fuch teas fhall belauded, in 
double the amount of the duties threupon, with condi- 
:'tionfor the payment of the f iid duties in two years from 
the date of fuch bond ; which bond ihall be accepted by 
fuch collector, without furety, upon the terms follow- 
ing; that is to fay, The teas, for the duties wiiereof 
fuch bond mall be accepted, (hall be depofited at the 
expence and riik of the faid importer or importers, in 
one or more flore houfe or irore houfes, a.: the cafe may 
require, to be agreed upon,'' &c. The faid teas to be 
delivered upon bond being given with am or more fure- 
ty or Aire ties, to the fatisfaclion of the collector" if t> 
fame mail not exceed roo dollars, i in four months ; if 
above IOO dollars, and not exceeding _s'jo dollars, in 
eight months; or if the" fame mall exceed 500 dollars, 
in twelve mouths J to that the term of credit mall not 
extend the period bey end two years from the time of 
depositing the laid tea- • any teas remaining pfter tV»? 



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?>m of two years, to be fold by the coile&or, who 
i ihnli return the furp! us (alter paying the duties) to the 
I ofirnsr or owners thereof*. 

When the bonds given for duties mall become due, and 
tt'Ot discharged, the collcc~tor to profecute without delay; 
and in cafe of infolvency or death the United States to 
be the firfi: creditor, " and if any executor, administra- 
tor, aiftgnee, or any other perfon, mail pay any debt 
due by the perfon or eftate, from whom, or for which 
they are acting, previous to the debt or debts due to the 
Un'ted States, being fully fatisfied and paid, (hall become 
iinfvrerable in their own perfon and eftate for the fame, or 
I part thereof remaining unfatisfied." 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, mall in caf- 
es of infolvency or de?.th, of th?" principal, " have and 
enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference for 
the recovery and receipt of the faid money out of the ef- 
tate and erFetfts of fuch infolvent, or deeeafed principal, 
as are referved to the United States." 

When bonds are profecuted for the recovery of duties 
due to the United States, judgment to be granted at the 
return term, il unlefs the defendant (hall in open court, 
, the United States Attorney being prefent, make oath or 
■affirmation, that an error has been committed in the li- 
quidation of the duties demanded upon fuch bond, fpeci- 
fyiiig the errors alledged to have been committed, and 
that the fame have been notified, in writing, to the col- 
lector of the diftrict prior to the commencement of the 
return term aforefaid." 

On all bonds upon whichfuits (hall be commenced, an 
intereft (hall be allowed at the rate of fix per cent, per 
annum, from the time when faid bonds became due un- 
til the payment thereof." 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and bonds 
to be given for fecuring the duties, if the whole or part 
of the cargo is defiined to different diftricts. 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Veflfels.^ ^ 
Ko vcirel iiofc wholly belonging to a citizen or citi- 



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zetfi of the United States, is admitted to unload at anj 
port or place except the following : 

New-Hampshire.— Pertftnovtb.-r-M ass acu: setts — 
Portland and Fahnoutb y New-bedford, Ditthton, Salem 
and BeverJy i Glozicefter, Naiburyport, Marhlebead % Nan- 
tucket, B0//0/; and Charlefl&n, Plymouth, Bafli, French- 
man's Bay, Wiicaffet, IVIachias, Penobfcot. — Rwoiit - 
Island. — \ ] e-u>port, Providence. — Connect cjt. — i\ ^u- 
London, New- Haven* — New-York. — Neiu-York — New - 
Jersey — Perth- Amboy, BerUngtOrt. — FENNSYLVViNi A .— • 

Phi lade iphh. Del aw are Wihnir.^ion. Ne w cafi ?e , 

Port Penn.— -Maryland. ^BalthMore^ Ann&pslu y Vian- 
na, Oxford, Gcorvetoiin, on Potownack, Che&er tern 
creek, Not- ingham, Nanjtmoy, Diggts' teirding, • : i-: w- 
hill, Carroliburg.— -- Virgint h.~--Aie.xxhdrLi, KinMe 
Newport, Tappahannock, *'ort Royal, Fretlericklbnrghlj 
Urbanna, Yorktown, Weft point, lianfptcn, £ermui$ii 
hundred, City point, ItocketV&dmg, Norft ?i 9 and 
Por tfwGutb.—No rth- Carolina. — -;;'- 'iimingivn, bievberu^ 
Beaufort, U afbir.gton, Kda:icn, PfyrTkbi ;dge — ?/.; 3TH, 
Carolina — Charlef.otiy George-isTuv, Beaujc / J . - - ( '•: ;. R QT A • 
—Savannah, Sunbury, kruni'w jck, Frederics, 3r. Mary's. 
Nor RVall any veiild from the Cape of Gone! Hope, or 
beyond the fahie, be admitted to enter, except at the 
porU in the above Uft which ..re dittingulihed by liaises, 

Reftriclioms on Importations. 
No goods, wares, or merchandize, of foreign growth- 
or manufacture, fubje-ct to the payment; of duties, mail 
be brought into tfee United States from any foreign port 
hv place in any other manner than by feai nor in any 
{hip or veiiel of lei s than Thirty To2:s burthen, agreeable 
to the mode of afcertaining American tonnage, except 
in certain diitricts on the Northern, Northweftern and 
Weftern boundaries of the united States, adjoining to 
the dominions of Great- Britain in Upper and Lower 
Canada, and the diftrifts on the rivers Ohio and Miili? 
fippi. 



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No beer, ale, or porter, to be imported in cafks of 
tefs capacity than Forty Gallons beer meafure, or if in bot- 
tles, in packages iefs than Six Dozen } under penalty of 
forfeiture, with the fhip or vefTel. 

No refined lump, or loaf fug ir, mall be imported into 
the United States, from any foreign port or place, ex- 
cept in fiiips or veffels of the burthen of One Hundred 
and Twenty Tons and upwards, and in cafks or packages 
■containing each, not lefs than Six Hundred Pounds, on 
pain of forfeiting the faid fhip or veffel, and the loaf and 
lump fugar imported therein, except in fuch cafks or 
packages as aforefaid. 

No diililsed fpirits, (arrack and fweet cordials except- 
ed) to be imported in calks or vefTds of lefs capacity 

' than Ninety Gallons tyiwe meafure on pain of forfeiture, 
with t'ie fhip or velTel, nor in ca.(ks or veffels which 
kave been marked purfuant to any law of the United 
States, on pain ef forfeiture of the faid refined Iwmp or 
loaf 1 agar, and diftilled fpirits, together with the fhip or 
velTci : Provided, that the forfeiture (hall not be incur- 
red on u any fpirits imported, or brought into the Uni- 
ted States, in other cafks or veffeis as aforefaid or the 
ihip or veffsl in which they fhall be brought, if fuch fpir- 
its ihall be for the ufe of the feamen on board of fuch 
iliip or vefTel, and fnall not exceed the quantity of four 
gallons for each feaman," and which /ball at the time of 

t entry of thffiid vejfei be inferted in the Manifeft as the fee, 

' jipr.es offuchjbip or vcffcL 



Information generally. 

The want of certificates of diftilled fpirits, wines or 
teds, ftjl je, : n i'uv h articles to feizure, and fifty dollars 
fine, if fuch certificates are not delivered to the purcha- 
ser; and if any cafk, elicit, vefTel &r cafe, containing 
'fucn articles, ftiall be found in the poflefTion of any per- 
* fon, without being marked and not being accompanied 
-with a certificate, the fame Is liable to leisure. 



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On the faie of any cafk, &rc. which has been marl:<?«, 
the marks to be defaced in prcfence of feme officer of 
infpeo"tfOn or cuftom ; and ths certificate of the fame to 
be delivered up, under penalty of one hundred dolhu -., 
with roils ef fuit. 

Goods from foreign ports, not to be unladen but be- 
} tween ftmrifc and funfet, v/ithout fpecial licence, under 
a penalty of four hundred dollars on the matter, and 
every other perfon concerned, d-ifability from holding 
any office under the government of the United States 
for fe ven years, and being advertifed in the ntwfpa- 
pers, with forfeiture of the goods ; and if above four 
hundred dollais, value of veiled and apparel. 

Goods removed before gauged, and weighed, and if 
' wines, fpirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
permiflion, are forfeited. 

Perfon s giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thoufand dollars. Infpeclors and officers 
of revenue cutters, may go on board, examine and 
fearch veffels, have free accefs to the cabin, and ffeal 
packages ; and after funfet fecure the hatches, &c— - Per* 
fons in charge of veffels, for breaking faftenings, but in 
\ prefence of an officer, forfeit two hundred dollars. 

Officers may feize within or without their diflrictsi 
perfons refitting or impeding them, forfeit four hundred 
dollars. 

The mailer or commander of any vefTel, that fhall 
©bflruct or hinder (or be the caufe thereof) any officer of 
the revenue, in going on board his fhip or vefieJ, for 
the purpofe of carrying into effect any of the revenue 
laws of the United States, forfeits from fifty to five 
hundred dollars. 

Regifter Act. Every owner of a vefTel, refiding with- 
in the limits of the United States, to fwear to the regif- 
ter within ninety days after its being granted, or it be- 
comes void, and the vefTel and cargo pays foreign ton* 
nage and duty, 

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CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

fOR THE YEAR l8oi. 



Executive and Legiflative Departments. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efq. Governor. 
Hon. John Treadwell, Efq. LU Governor. 



ASSISTANTS. 



William Williams, Efq. 
Jofeph P. Cook, Efq. 
William Hillhoufe, Efq.. 
lioger Newbury, Efq. 
Heman Swift, Efq. 
Thomas Grofvenor, Efq. 



Thomas Seymour, Efq. 
Aaron Auftin, Efq. ' 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, Efq. 
David Dagget, Efq. 
Nathaniel Smith, Efq. 
John Allen, Efq. 



Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Treafurer. 

Joha Porter, Efq. Comptroller of Public Accounts. 

Samuel Wyliys, Efq. "Secretary. 

ROLL ©f the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES. 
For May and October Seiuons, 1800. 

May Session. 
John C. Smith, Efq. Speaker. 
Calvin Goddard, Efq. Stephen T. Hofmer, Efq. Clerks 
■j -J ART FORD, John Caldwell, John Trumbull, 
Jl1 Berlin, Amos Hosford, Selah Hart. 
Briftol, Abraham Pettibone, Zebulon Peck. 
Eaft-Hartford, sh. Grifwold, G. Grifwold. 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Daniel Rockwell. 
Enfield, Henry Terry, Lemuel Kingfbury, 
JFsrmington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jum 
Ghllenbury, £ H- Smith, Jonathan Wells. 
§ra»by, Samuel Clark, Chauncey Pettibone* 
Wsrtlarid, Titus H*yn*s, Joha Treat, 



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Suffield, Gideon Granger, jun. Oliver Granger 

Southin&ton, Timothy Clark, R. Whittlefey. 

Simfbury, Jonathan Pettibone, A. Humphrey. 

Wethersfield, Jofeph Bulkley, John Francis. 

"Windfor, George wolcott, Ifaac Owen, jun. 

New-Haven, Thomas Painter, Noah Webfter, jun* 

Branford, Timothy Hoadley, Eli Fowler. 

Cheshire, Andrew Hull, Rufus Hitchcock. 

Derby, Jofeph Riggs. 

Eaft Haven, En)os Hemmingway. 

Guilford, Auguftus Collins, Samuel Robinfon, jun.* 

Hamden, James BaiTet, jun. 

Milford, Stephen Gunn, A. V. H. D'Witt. 

North Haven, Jofeph Brockett. 

Oxford, Ebenezer Kiggs. 

Waterbnry, Richard Welton, Ethel Bronfon. 

Wallingford, Samuel Hall, 2d. Dan Collins."" 

Wolcott, Ifaac Bronfon. 

Woodbridge, John Dibble, John Thomas. 

New-London, George Williams, Grifwold Avery« 

Bozrah, Afa Wood worth. 

Colchefter, Roger Bulkley, John R. Watrous. 

Franklin, John Oager. 

Groton, Jabez Smith, Vine Stoddard. 

Lribon, Luther Manning. 

Lyme, Matthew Grifwold, Richard E. Selden. 

N^ontville, Adonijah F. Bradford. 

Norwich, Elifha Hyde, john Backus. 

Prefton, Elias Brown, Alexander Stewart. 

StoningtO'j, Latl.am Hull, Elifha Denifon. 

Fairfield, Lewis B Sturges, David Burr. 

Brookfield, Eli Perry 

Danbury, (nines Clark, Thomas P. White. 

Greenwich, Ebenezer Mead, William Knapp. 

Huntington, Agur judfon, Ebenezer Beach. 

Norwalk, Jofeph Silliman, William M. Betts. 

New- Fairfield, James Potter, Stephen Barnes* 

Newtown, Zac'a, Ferris, Gide<m Botsferd. 



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Heading, Simeon Munger, Samuel Smith. 

Uidgefieid, Jared OInifted, Eliphalet Brum. 

Stamford, Ifaac Lockwood, Nathaniel Weed, jinr. 

Stratford, Rofwdj Judfon, Jofeph Walker. 

Trumbull, James Beardflee. 

Wefton, Nathaniel Wheeler, Samuel B Sherwood. 

Windham, Timothy Larrabee, Charles Taintor. 

Aihibrd, William Walker, Abel Simmons, jun. 

Brooklyn, Jofeph Scarborough. 

Canterbury, Daniel Froft, John Barftow. 

Killingly, Eleazer Moffat, Luther Warren. 

Lebanon, James Mafon, Elkanah Tifdale. 

Mansfield, Conflant Soathwortb, F. Freeman. 

Plainfield, Calvin Goddard, Jofhua Dunlap. 

Pomfret, Joiiah Sabins, Lemuel Ingolis. 

Sterling, John Wiley. 

Thompfon, jofeph Gay. 

Voluntown, Mofes Robbins. 

Woodftock, Ebenezer Smith, John M'CIellan. 

Litchfield, Ephraim K-irby, John Welch. 

Bethlern, David Leave tt, jun. 

Barkfeemfted, Ifrael Jones, Ephraim Monfon* 

Canaan, Elizur Wright, Samuel Forbes. 

Colebrook, Aran Phelps, Grove Pinney. 

Cornwall, Judah Kellogg, John Sedgwick. 

Goflien, AdinoHale, Samuel Hopkins. 

Harwinton, Daniel Catlin, James Brace. 

Kent, David Comftock. 

New-Miiford, Elifha Bofhvick, Abraham Guna, 

Norfolk, Giles Pettibone, Eleazer Holt. 

New-Hartford, Seth Spencer, J. Henderfon. 

Plymouth, Daniel Potter. x 

Roxbnry. Ephraim Hinman. 

Salifbury, amuel Lee, Jeremiah Dauchev. 

Sharon, John C. Smith, Oliver Kellogg. 

Southbury, Shadrach Ofborne. 

Torrington, Wait Beach, John Gillet. 

Warren, fcbtenesejr Tanacr, 



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Wafhington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, E. Hazen. 
Watertown, Thomas Fenn 
Winchefter, Heman Smith, Samuel Hurlbut. 
Woodbury, Reuben Mitchel, John Clark. 
Middletown, Elijah Hubbard, Stephen T. Hoiruer. 
Chatham, Seth Overton, Robert Uflier. 
Durham, Dan Parmele, Elnathan Camp. 
Hacidam, Daniel Brainard, Smith Clark. 
Eaft-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, Jonathan O. Mofely* 
Killingworth, Nathan Wilcox, M. Lord. 
Saybrook, Jonathan Lay, Jonathan Warner. 
'Bolland, Jonathan Barnes, Daniel Edgerton. 
Bolton, Jared Cone, jun. John Walker, jun. 
Coventry, Nathan Howard, Eleazer Pomeroy. 
Ellington, Eleazer Pinney. 
Hebron, Sylvefter Gilbert, Joel Jones. 
Somers, Reuben Sykes, Jofeph Collins. 
Stafford, Nathaniel Hyde, Nathaniel . Johnfon* 
Union, Abijah Seflions, Robert Paul, jun. 
\Yillin&ton, Samuel Dunton, Jonathan Sibly. 



October Session. 
| John C. Smith, Efq. Speaker. 

Calvin Goddara, Efq. Timothy Pitkin, jun. Efq. Clerks 

HARTFORD, John Caldwell, John Trumbull. 
Berlin, Amos Hosiord, Selah Hart. 
Briftol, Zebulon Peck, Abraham Pettibone. 
E aft -Hartford, Elifha Pitkin, Hcnajah Phelps. 
'Eaft Wmdfor, Caleb Booth, Daniel Rockwell. 
Enfield, Henry Terry, Samuel Reynolds. 
Farmingtin, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Glaftenburj, Philip Seller, Ifrael Foot. 
Grauby, Chauncey Pettibone, Hes. Holcomb. 
Bartl.ind, Uriel Holmes, John Treat. 
Southtngton, Timothy Clark, Afa Barnes. 
Sufiel'f Gideon Granger, jun. Luther Lomtis* 
1'urnburi^ Noah Phfrps, Jonathan Pettibone. 



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WethersfieU, T©f ep h Bulkley, John Williams. 

Windfsr, Alex. Wolcctr, John Chaffee. 

New Haven. Thomas Painter, Ifaac Beers. 

Bradford, Timothy Hoadly, Eii Fowler. 

Chejbire, Andrew Hull, U\U\s Hitxhcock. 

Derby, RuiTell TomHn r on. 

Kafi-lUven, Stephen Wordward. 

Guilford, Au^uflus Collins, Samuel Lee, 

Hamden, James BafTer, jun. 

Miffirttj Abraham V. H. D-Wit, Chsries Pond. 

Nortb-Haven, Jofeph Brockett. 

Caford } David* Tom imfbn . 

Wzllit:?fQrd, Samuel l\$\\ 2d. Jared Potter. 

Water-bury, Andrew WeIto«, James Scoveil. 

Woodhtidge, John Dibble, John Thomas. 

Wolcoit, Ifaac Bronfon. 

New-London, Ellas Perkins, Orifwold Avery. 

No r wic h , £ I i fh a H r d e , Jacob D ' ft. i 1 1 . 

Bozrah) A in Wood worth. 

Coicheflcr^Mewiy Champion, Joel Foot. 

Franklni, Ebenczer Tracy. 

Groton, Starr Chefter, Vine Stoddard. 

I.isbst!, Samuel Lovetl, 

Lywe, Matthew Orifwold, John Noyes. 

MoJitville, Adonijah F. Bradford 

Prefton, Amts Avt'rv, Nathaniel Lord* 

Stonnigton, Edward Smith, Coddlngton Billing*. 

Fairfield, Lewi-, B. Sturges, David Burr. 

Dan-bury y Elifha Whittlefey, Comfort S Mygatt. 

Brook field, Daniel B. Cook. 

Greenwich, William Knapp, Ebcnezer Mead. 

Huntifigton, Henry Curtis, David Hawk* v. 

New- Fairfield, James Potter, Nehemiah Beardfiey. 

Newtown, Zachariah Ferris, Gideon Botsford. 

Nor walk, Sara tie! Comttock-. 

Reading, Andrew H. Hdl, Stephen Jack Ion. 

Ridgefield, Joiliua King, lob Smith. 

SLimfc rdj I i a a c L o c k w o o k , Nathan W e * ■ " . . \i 



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Stratford, Jofefh Walker, John Thompfon. 

Trumbull, Nathaniel T. Barton. 

W elf on, Samuel B. Sherwood, Nathan ^'heeler. 

Windham, Samuel Perkins, ^hubael Abbe. 

Afford, William Walker, Jofias Boyles. 

Brooklyn, Jofeph Scarborough. 

Canterbury, Daniel Froft, Afa Bacon, jun. 

Hamptin, El>enezer MoCVly. 

Killing ie} y Eleazer MofFatt, Luther Warren. 

Lebanon, James Mafon, William T. Williams. 

Mansfield, Conflant Southwortli, Frederick Freeman. 

Plainfield, Jofhua Dunlap, Calvin Goddard. 

Pomfret, Jofiah Sabins, Lemuel Ingalls. 

Thompj'on, Jofeph Gay. 

Voluntoivn, Samuel Robbins. 

Sterling, Nathaniel Gallup. 

IVoodftock, Ephraim May, Ebenezer Smith. 

Litchfield^ Ephraim Kirby, James Morris. 

Betblem, David Bellamy. 

Berkhemfted, [frael Jones, Ephraim Munion. 

Canaan, Samuel Forbes, Elizur Wright. 

Cornwall^ Judah Kellog, Samuel Wadfworth. 

Xlolebrook, Arad Phelps, Samuel Mills. 

Gofben, Birdfey Norton, Timothy Hale. 

Harrington, Jofiah Phelphs, James Brace. 

Kent, Jofeph Pratt. 

New- Hartford, Seth Spencer, Johr Henderfon. 

New Milford, Elifha Boftwick, S. Boardman. 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, Auguftus Pettibone. 

Plymouth, Danisl Potter, 

Roxbury, John Trov/bridge. 

Salisbury, David Waterman, Jeremiah Dauchey. 

Sharon, John C Smith, George King. 

Southbury, Shadrach Ofbom^ Phineas North. 

Torrington, Phineas North, William Battle. 

Warmer;, Lbenczer Tanner. 

Waflringtcn^ Daniel N, Brinfmade, Elijah TTa7.sn c 

W.itertown* Thomas Fenn 



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Woodbury, John Clark, Noah B. Benedict. 

Wttichefter, Eliphaz Alvord, Horace Higley. 

MiDDLETowN, Ebenezer Bacon, Jehofepbat Starr. 

Jrtaddam, Daniel Brainard, Smith Clark. 

Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Chauucey Bulkley. 

Durham, Dan Parmefc, Elnathan Camp 

Eaft-Haddiwi, EHphalet Holmes, Jonathan O. Mofely, , 

Killingwortbj Nathan Wilcox, Abner Graves. 

Saybrook, William Hart, Jonathan Lay. 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Daniel Edgerton. 

Bolton, Oliver King, Jared Cone, jun. 

Coventry, Nathan Howard, Eleazer Pomeroy. 

Ellington, Jofeph abbot, jun. 

Hebron, Sylveiter Gilbert, Joel Joses. 

Vomers, Reu! en Vikes, Jofeph Collins. 

Stafford, Elifha Ale! en, Nathan Jobnfon. 

Union, Abijah Seflions, Robert Paul, jun- 

Willingtonj Samue-1 Dunton, Jonathan Sibly. 

judicial and Civil Departments. 

JUDGES of the SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. JefTe Root, Efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Jona. Sturges, efq. j Hon.- Ste. M. Mitchel, efq. 

Hon. "jona Ingerfoll, efq. 1 Hon. Tapping Reeve, efq. 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eafl- Hartford,) 

Clerk, Hartford County. 

O. COUNTY of HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Kon. Thomas Seymour, efq Chief judge. 
Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. I Pliny Hillyer, efq. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. | Eliphalet Terry, efq. 

Thomas Cbcfter, efq. Trcafurcr and CI©*- 



( 

JUSTICES 

Hdriford. 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
John Trumbull, 
Nathan H. Whiting, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
4 Chauncey Goodrich, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Imlay, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Ephraim Root, 
Andrew Kingfbury, 
Nathan Perkins, jr. efq'rs 
V Berlin* 

Selah Mart, 
Gad Stanley, 
James North, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Amos Hosford, efq'rs. 

Brifiol. 
Abraham Pettibone, 
I Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jr. 
Enos Ives, efq'rs. 

Eajl-Hartford. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
Eliflia Pitkin, 
Aflibel Pitkin, 
Samuel Flag, 
George Grifwold, efq'rs. 

Enfield. 
John Reynolds, efq. 

Eafi-lTindfar. 
Rofwell Grant, 
Caleb Booth, 



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OF THE PEACE. 

Daniel Rockwell, efq'rs* 
; Fdrmington. 

Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
John Mix, 
Timo. Pitkin, jr. 
Roger Hooker, efq'rs. 

Ghjtenbury* 
Philip Sellew, 
Joflah Hale, 
Eliiha Hale, 
Zeph. H. Smith, efq'rs, 

Gran by* 
Afael Holcomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb, jr. 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Hez'h Holcomb, 
Reuben Humphreys,efq'rs, 
Hart/and* 

IElizur Enfign, 
Uriel Holme t, efq'rs. 

ISuffie/d, 
Thaddeus Leavett, 
Amos Granger, 
Afael Hathaway, 
Samuel Hale, efq'rt. 

Sotttbtngton. 
John Curtis, 
Tim. Clark, 
Roger W bittlefey, efq'rs. 

Simsbitry* 
Daniel Humphreys, 

I Dudley Pettibone, 
Reub«n Humphreys, 
Noah A. Phelps, 



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Ezra Adams, 

Geo. Humphreys, efq'rs. 

Wethersficld. 
Charles Churchill, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Jofeph Btalkley, 
John Williams, 
Jofhua Belden, jr. 
Ezekiel P. Belden, 



| John Chefter, efq'rs. 

i Windfor. 

Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Oliver Mather, 
Hezekiah Bilfell, 
Abiel Grifwold, 
Jofiah Bifleil, 
Ifaac Owen, efq'rs. 



Thomas Y. Seymour, efq. jlate attorney. 



Practising Attornies. 

Hartford. 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
William Mofely, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Ephraim Root, - 
Enoch Perkiws, 
Theodore D wight, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Brown, 
fona. W. Edwards, 
Allen Mather, 
William D. How, 
Thomas Day, efq'rs. 

Berlin. 
Elnathan Smith, efq. 

Enfield. 
William Kibbee, efq. 

Farmington. 
William Judd, ■ 
Timo. Pitkin, jr. efq'rs. 

Stephen Chefter, efq. 

Deputy Sheriffs- Simon Clark, Romania Norton, 
Hartford* Appleton Robbins, Wethersfield. Nathan 
Merrw, Eaft- Hartford. Nathaniel Chandler, Enfield. 



Glajlenbury. 
Zephaniah H. Smith, efq. 

Sims/wry. 
William Willifton, 
Timothy Button, efq'rs. 

SguthingUn. 
Roger Wkittlefey, efq. 

Suffield. 
Gideon Granger, 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
William Gay, 
Seth Parfons*, efq'rs. 

W ether sfie Id. 
John Williams, efq. 

Windfor. 
Hezekiah Bifleil, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
— p— i Sargent, efq' rs. 

Eaft-Windfor. 
David Bifleil, jr. efq. 

Wethersfield) fherifF. 



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Thomas Norton, Farm:?;? ton. Oliver Hanchctt, 
field* William Ruflell, Simeon Grifwold, Wind/or. 
Elijah Boardfnan, Hartford, Goaler. 

COUNTY of'neW-HAVEN, 

COUNTY COURT. 
Samuel Bifnop, <e{q. Chief Judge. 
Jofeph Hopkins, efq. | Simeon Briitol, efq. 

Gideon Buckingham, efq. j Nathaniel Roffeter, efq, 
Abraham Bill) op, efq. Treafurer and Clerk, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court, 
JUSTICES of the PEJCE. 



H- 



TCevj-lUvcn, 
Samuel Bifhon,. 
James lliiJhoufe, 
Henry Daggett, 
Jofeph Darling, 
Jofeph Bradley, 
Dyer White, 
Nehetniah Smith, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
€ Simeon Baldwin, 
Thomas Painter, 
Ifaac Beers, 
Nathan Beers, e/q'rs. 

Branfsrd. 
Edward Ruffell, 
Jonah Clark, 
Orchard Gould, 
William Gould, 
Benjamin Page, 
James Barker, 
Solomon Lindfley, efq'rs 

Gbejkirc. 
Andrew Hull, 
Jared Burr, 



Ifrael Bunnel, 

Bur rage Beach, efq'rs. 

Derby. 
Kl : phalet Kotchkifs, 
John Humphreys, 
Levi Tomlinfon, 
Ruffe] To'inlinfon, efq'rs. 

E.:f- Haven. 
Jofiah Bra u ley, 
En os Hemfngwttr, efq'rs-. 

li:mdc;i. 
Bnzil M union, 
john Hubbard, efq'rs. 

Guilford, 
Auguflus Collins, 
Elias Graves, 
William Starr, 
Miles Munger, 
[an a than Todd, 
Henry Hill, 

Abraham Chittenden, jofl. 
Nathan Chidfey, efq'rs. 

Mi/ford. 
ii Lewis Mallett, 



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Stephen Gium, 

Ab'mV. H. Dewitt, eiq'rs. 

North- Haven. 
jofeph Pterponr, 
Samuel Mix, efq'rs. 

Oxford. 
John Rigg, 
David Toiulinfon, 
Thomas Clark, em/Ys. 

Waltingfori. 
OHyer Stanley, 
C iltb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
'It: i a kirn Hall, 
JohnM'Cleave, 



Samuel Woodruff, efqVs. 
Watirkury* 

John Welton, 

phineas Porter, 

John Lewis, jun. 

Ethel Brunfoit, 

John King&ury, 

Jared Byington, efq'rs. 
Woodbridgc. 

David French, 

Thomas Darling, 

Samuel Ofborn, efc/rs. 
Wolcott. ■ 
t Mark Harrifon, 
j Charles Upfon, efq'rs. 



Pierpant Edwards, efq.Jlatt attorney. 



Practising 
New- Haven. 
James HiUhoufe, 
William Hillhouie, 
Llizur Goodrich, 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Dyer White, 
Iuac Mil's, 
Nuthan Smith, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Levi l'ves; jun. 
lfaac M. Wales, 
Elitiu Mnribn, 
Stephen Twining, 
Scth P. Staples, 
\^rsi. Briitol, 

Jehu Brainerd 
Deputy Sherffs. John R. 



Attornies-. 

Jonathan At water, 
John H. Briflol, efq'rs. 

Branford. 
Joel T. Benedict, efq. 
Chejbire. B. Beech, efq. j 
Derby. JelTe Beech, 
John Humphry, efqrs. 

Milforti. 
Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 
David B. Ingorfoll, efq'rS. 

Wallingford. 
Samuel Woodruff, 
JeiFe Atwater, efq'rs. 

Water bury. 
John Kmgfrbury, efq. 

Wolcott. 
Cyrus Clark, efq. 
, efq. fieri J. 
Throop, Hezekiah Clark) 



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New* Haven. Ambrofe Cook, Walling ford. Benjamin 
Upfo», Watcrburj. Holebrook, Derby* 

E. Froft, New- Haven, Goaler. 

COUNTY of NEW-LONDON^ 

COVNTY COURT. 
Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Judge. 
William Noye?, efq. I Benjamin Coit, efq. 

Charles Phelps, efq. | Elias Perkins, efq. 

William Noyes, efq. Treafurer. 
Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. Clerk, and Clerk Sup. Court. 



JUSTICES of 
New- London* 
Marvin Wait, 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
George Williams^ 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Samuel Wheat, 
George Colfax, cfq'rs. 

Ncruich. 
Chriftopher Leffingwell, 
Rufus Lathrcp, 
Jonathan Huntington, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Benj. Huntington, jun. 
Andrew Huntington, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Afa Spalding, 
Andrew Perkins, 
Zabdiel Rogers, 
Thomas Fanning, efq'rs. 

Bozrah. 
Nehemiah Waterman, jun. 
Benjamin Throop, 



the PEACE. 
Afa W©odworth, efq'rs. 
Colehcjicr. 
| John Watrous, 
Henry Champion, 
Jofeph Hham, 
Ebenezer Lathrop, 
Joel Foot, 
John Ifham, 2d. 
John R. Watrous, 
Joel Worthington, efq'rk 

Franklin , 
JohnKinfman, 
Silas Hartfliome, efq'ri. 

Groton. 
Ebenezer Ledyard, 
Amos Geer, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Starr Chefter, 
Jofeph AUyn, 
Ebenezer Avery, 2d. 
Ifaac Avery, efq'rs* 

Lisbon* 
Ezra Biftiopp 
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htvi Pcrkius,jr. efq'rs. 

Lyme. 
Andrew Grifwold, 
Setb Ely, 

Matthew Grifwold, 
David F. Sill, 
j^Sofes Warren, jr. 
Calvin JSelden, efq'rs. 
, MentvilU. 

John G. Hillhoufe, 
Joftiisa Raymond, 
John Dolbear, efq'rs. 

Prepn. 
Samuel Mott, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 

Afa Spalding, 



Elias Brown, 

Daniel Morgan, jusr. 

Nathaniel Lord, 

Oliver Crary, 

Ifaac Avery, 

Alexander Stewart, efo/rs* 

Stonington. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Joftiua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Stephen Avery, ad. 
Coddington Billings^ 
Samuel Prentice, 
Stephen Hall, efy'rs. 
efq* pie attorney 



isfeiV'Lond&n, 
Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard^ 
£,yman Law, 
Jacob B. Gurley, 
William P. Cleveland, 
Jirah Ifham, 
Elijah Hubbard, efq'rs. 

Norwich. 
Eliiha Hyde,- 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Samuel Huntington,. 
William S. Hart, 
James La n man* 
Luther Spalding, 
Charles Lathrop, 
John Hyde. 



Practising Attorkies. 



Golcbepr. 
Benjamin Trumtmll, 
Samuel A. Peters, efq'rs* 

Grston, , 
j Eliflia Williams, efq, 

Lyme. 
Matthew Grifwold, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Richard M* Curdy, 
David M. Jewett, efq'rs. 

Prepn. 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Nathan Peters, efq'rs. 

Stjnlngton. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Coddington Billings, 
I John Hoot, efq' rs. 



George Grilling, efq'rs. 

Jo fh a a Hun t i n gton , C fci . Nor-0ch , ficrif. 
Dc^hSb^ifs, William-Richards, N~r~,-L?nJc::. Q|< 



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la Peck, Norwich. Solomon Scovel, Colchefter. Jofeplr 
JJoyes, Lyme. William Williams, jun. Stonington* 
Coalers* Stephen Hempfted, New- London* 
Seth Miner, Norwich. 

COUNTY of FAIRFIELD. 

COVNTY COURT. 
Hon. J«fephP. Cook, efq. Chief Judge. 
Lemuel Sanford, efq. I: Samuel W. Johnfon, efq 5 . 

P. B. Bradley, efq. | Jabez Fitch, efq. 

Lewis B. &t*rges, efq. Treafurer. 
Darid Burr, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court* 

JUSTICES of the PEACE* 



Fairfield. 
Andrew Rowland, 
Lewis B. St urges 7 , 
Walter Bradley, 
Ebenezer Jeflup, 
Jofeph Strong, 
JofephNoyes, 
David Allen, 
David Judah, efq'rs. 

D anbury » 
Eli Mygatt, 
Thomas Taylor, 
Timothy Taylor, 
James Clark, 
Elifha Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Brook fie Id. 
Amos Wheeler, 
Henry Peck, 
Daniel B. Cook, efq'rs. 

Greenwich* 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 



JohnM'Kray, 
Benjamin Mead, 
Ebenezer Mead, efq'rs. 

Huntington. 
Elifha Mills, 
Agur Judfon, 
Diodate Silliman, 
Ebenezer Beach, 
Legrand M. Lewis, 
Qthniel Deforeft, efq'rs, 

Norwalk. 
Eliphalet L»ckwood, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Job Bartram, 
Jofeph Silliraan, 
Matthew Mead, 
Matthew Marvin, 
Taylor Sherman, efq'rs* 

New Fairfield. 
James Potter, 
Nehemiah Beardfley, 
Stephen Barn?3,- 



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Jam*s Bearce, efq'rj. 

fieutoivn, 
^ illiam Edmond, 
David Baldwin, 
Afa Chapman, 
Sam'l Blackman, efq'rs. 

Reading. 
Andrew L Hill, 
James Rogers, 
William Heron, 
Seth S. Smith, efq'rs. 

Ridgfield, 
John Benedict, 
Jofhua King, 
William Forrefter, 
Nathan Dauchr, 
Tho's St. John, efq'rs. 

Stamford, 
John Davenport, jr. 
Reuben Scofield, 

Andrew Rowland, 

Practising 
FdirfiehL 
David Burrjjr. 
Jofeph Noyes, 
JLewis B. Sturges, 
Samuel Rowland, efq'rs. 

D anbury, 
Elifha Whittlefey, 
Epaph. Bull, 
M. B. Whittlefey, 
John P. White, efq'rs. 

Greenwich, 
Timothy Walker, efq. 

Huntington* 
David Allen, 
*— — Dudley, efq'rs. 



David Maltbie, 

Samuel Webb, 

Eben. Davenport, efq'rs. 

Strttford. 
Robert Walker, 
Abtjah M'Euen, 
jabez H. Tomlinfon, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Abijah Starling, 
Jofeph Backus, efq'rs, 

Trumbull, 
Daniel Brinfmade, 
Stephen Beardfley, 
Daniel Fairchild, efq'rs. 

Weflon. 
John Sherwood, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Nathan Wheeler, 
Jeremiah Rowland, efq'rs. 

efq. fiate attorney. 

ATTORNrES. 

Neivtoivn. 
William Etlmond, 
Samuel Blackman, 
Afa Chapman, efq'rs* 

Nor walk, 
Taylor Sherman, 
Roger M. Sherman, efq'rs. 

Reading. 
SethS. Smith, efq. 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jr. 
James Stephens, 
Simon Miner, efq'rs. 

Stratford. 
Jofeph Walker, 



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Rofwell Judfoit, j Wffa*. 

Robert Fairchild, ] Samuel B, Sherwood, 

Jofeph Backus, cfq'rs. | Benj. Hall, 2d. efq'rs. 

Elijah Abel, efq. Jherif. 

Deputy Sheriff*. Lockwood DeForelr, Fairfield. Sam- 
uel Wildman, jun. Danbury. Nathaniel Nichols, New- 
town. Thomas Keelor, fforwalk. Aaron Morehoufe, 
Reading. Jofeph Gray, Stamford. Jehu Thompfon, 
Stratford. Samuel M. Munfon, Huntington* 

Goalcrs. Jonathan Booth, Fairfield. Samuel Wild- 
man, jr. D anbury. 

COUNTY op WINDHAM. 

COVNTT CCVRT. 
Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief Judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, efq. j Hon. Tho'sGrtlVenor, efq. 
Conflant Soutlvworth, efq. j James Gordon, efq. 

James Gordon, efq. Treafurer. 
Samuel Gray, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court* 



JUSTICES 

Wlndhatn. 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Mezekiah Ripley, 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Samuel Gray, 
Jabcz Clark, 
Samuel Perkins, efq'rs. 

AJhfori. 
Abel Simmons, jr. 
J»hn Palmer, 
William Walker, 
Jofias Byles,efq'rs. 

Brooklyn* 
Jofeph Baker, 



of the PEACE, 

John Parifh, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
james Eldredge, efq'rs. 

Canterbury, 
Sherebiah Butts, 
Daniel Froft, 
Mofes Cleveland, 
Luther Paine, 
Alexander Gordon, 
Afa Bacon, efq'rs. 
Hampton. 
Ebenezer Mofely, 
Philip Pearl, 
William Bennet, efq'rs, 



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Killing. 
Sampfon Howe, 
Eleazer MofFet, 
James Daniel Too, 
Ezra Hutchins, efq'rs. 

Lebanon, 
John Clark, 
Tames Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Solomon William?, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tilden, 
Peleg Thomas, cfq'rs. 

Mansfield. 
Experience 1 Starrs, 
Frederick Freeman, 
JefTe Williams, 
John Salter, efq'rs. 

Plunfidd. 
William Dixon, 
John Donglafs, 
Anthony Brad ford, 
Calvin Goddard, 

r i "xmathy Larrabc<: 

Faactisu; 

Windham, 
Jabez Clark, 
Zephaniafr Swift, 
Samuel Perkins, 
John Baldwin, 
David W. Young, eflr'rs. 

JJhford. 
William Perkins, 
Hendricus Dow, 
Pavid Bolles, efq'rs. 
Brooklyn. John Parifh, efq. 
Cutter bury. Elilha Paine,, 



Ephraim Wheeler, eftfrij 
Powfret. Lemuel Ingals* 
Lemuel Grofvenor, 
Sylvan us Backus, 
Eben. King&nry, efq'&s. 

Sterling. 
John Gafton, 
John Wyiiff, efq'rs. 

Thompfon, 
Jaibn Phips, 
Thomas Dykes, 
Thaddeus Lamed, 
Noadiah RutTelU eiq'rs. 

Volants *i . 
Allen Campbell, 
James Alexander, 
» jofeph Wylie, efq'rs. 

Wood flock. 
Jedediah Morfe, 
John M'Clellan, 
Nehemiah Child, 
J alia Fox, 

Eb-inezer Mnitn, efq'rs* 
r, efq. flats attorney 

a Attorkies. 
Hut us Adams, 
A fa Bacon, jr. efq'rs. 

Lebanon. 
Wm. Williams, Jan* efq% 
Mansfield. T. 3. Williams. 
Vlainfieid. William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard, 

1 Jofeph Eaton, efo/rs. 

ITomfret. Sylv. Bacchus, 
John Holebroak, efq'rs. 
Thompfon. 
j George Larned, efq. 



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y'coJjhck. I Philip Hayward, efq'rs. 

John M'Clcllan, I 

•Shubael Abbcc, Windham, fieri f. 
Deputy Jberifs. Henry Webb, Edward Badger, jun. 
Windknm. Jofeph Eurnham, Aflrford. Walter Hough, 
Canterbury. Eleazer Conant, Mansfield. Phinens Pierce, 
Plainfield. Godfrey Grofvenor, Pomfrct. Jar/.es M'Ciel- 
lan, Woodftock. 

Frederick Larabee, Windham, g9aler. 

COUNTY of LITCHFIELD. 

COVNTY COURT. 

Joihua Porter, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Heman Swift, efq. \ Nathan Hale, efq. 
I Hon. Aaron Auftin, efq. | David Smith, efq. 
Reuben Smith, efq. Treafarer. 
Frederick Wolcott, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 



JUSTICES of 
Litchfield. 
James Morris, • 

Uriah Tracy, 
John Allen, 
TMofes Seymour, 
Julius Deming, 
Mark Prindle, 
Frederick Wolcott. efq'rs. 

Barkhempfiead. 
Jofeph Wilder, 
Ifrael Jones, jun. 
Samuel Kayden, 
David Leavett, jr. efq'rs. 

Bethlehem. 
David Ambler, 
David Bellamy, efq'rs, 

Canaan. 
Charles Burrall, 



the PEACE. 
Samuel Forbes, 
Jonathan Burrall, 
Elizur V\ right, efq'rs. 

CoUbrook. 
Elijah Rockwelf, 
Chauncey Lee, 
Samuel Mills, efq'rs * 

Cornwall. 
John Pierce* 
Judah Kellogg, 
Edward Rogers,, efq'rs. 
Gojhcn. Adhio Hale, 
Samuel Hopkins, efq'rs. 

Harwinton. 
Daniel Catlin, 
James Brace, efq'rs. 
Kent. Barzillai Slefibn t 
Julius Ca(lle f 



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Nathan Elliot, efq'rs. 

Nov Hartford. - 
Seth Spencer, 
Ab'ra Kellog, jr. efq'rs. 

New-Mi/ford. 
Daniel Everitt, 
Joflah *>tarr, 
Reuben Warner, jr. 
Philo Ruggles, 
Eliflia Boltwick, 
Abijah Treat, efq'rs. 

Norfolk. 
Giles Pettibone, 
Nathaniel Stephens, 
Eleazer Holt, efq'rs. 

Plymouth. 
Daniel Potter, efq. 

Roxbury. 
Curtis Hurd, 
Phinehas Smith, efq'rs. 

Sharon. 
David Downes, 
Ifaac Pardee, 
Auguftus Taylor, 
John C. Smith, efq'rs. 

Southbury. 
Juftus Johnfon, 
Benjamin Stiles, jr. 
Shadrack Ofborn, 
Simeon Hinman, efq'rs. 

Hon. John Allen 



Salisbury* 
Lot Norton, 

Adonijah Strong, 

Samuel Lee, 

John Whitttefey, efq'rs. 

Ttrrington* 
Epaphras Shelden, 
Shubael Grifwold, 
Eliflia Smith, 
William Battle, efq'rs, 

Wajkington. 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
David Whittlefey, 
David Judfon, 
William Cogfwell, efq'rs. 

WincheHer. 
Kliphaz Alvord, 
Samuel Hurlbut, efq'rs; 

Warren. 
Nathaniel Swift, 
John Talmadge, efq'rs* 

Wtterto-wn. 
Thomas Fenn, 
Eli Curtifs, efq'rs. 

Woodbury. 
Hezekiah Thompfon, 
Nathan Prefton, 
John Clark, 
Noah B Benedict, efq'rs. 

, efq* fl*te attorney. 



Litchfield. 
Ifaac Baldwin, jun. 
Uriel Holme;, 
James Gould, 
Aaron Smith, 



Practising Attornies. 



| Uoj;er Skinner, 
Elijah Adamsp, 
lohn Allen, 
james Pierce, efq'rs. 



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Canaan. 
Thomas Wilcox, 
John Elmer, efq'rs. 

Kent. 
Barzillai Skiwfon, efq. 

Norfolk. 
Edmond Akins, 
Afcuft. Pettibone, efq'rs. 

New- Hartford. 
Roger Mills, cfq. 

Nciv-Milford. 
Daniel Eyeritt, 
David S. Boreman, 
Philo Rugbies, 
Carolus Befhvick, efq'rs. 
Plymouth, Linus Fenn, efq. 

Southbury. 
Benjamin Stiles, jun, 
Simeon Iiinman, efq'rs. 



Sharon. 
Judfo* Canfield, 
|ohnC. Smith, 
Cyrus Swan, efq'rs. 

Salisbury. 
Adonijah Strong, 
Jofeph Canfield, 2d. 
Elifha Sterling, efq'rs. 

VPatcrtown. 
Sam. Sothmayd, jr. efq. 

Wfijbington. 
Daniel N. Brmimade, 
William Cogfwell, efq'rs. 

Woodbury. 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B Benedict, 
WiMiam Haw ley, efq'rs. 

W 'inch eft cr. 



Phinehas Miner. 
{ Philemon Kitcum, efq'rs* 
Lynde Lord, efq. f serif.. 

Deputy Jbcrifs. John R. Landon, hitch fill. Samuel 
Comltock, New-Mi If or d. Nathaniel Robbins, Korf»F-. 
\ Montgomery Auftii:, Neiv- Hartford. Timothy Chit- 
tenden, Salisbury. 

Reuben Webftcr, goaler. 



COUNTY of MIDDLESEX. 

COVNTT COVPT. 

John Dickinfon, efq. Chief judge. 

Hezekiah Lane, efq. | Jonathan Lay, efq. 

Jabez Chapman, cfq. | Abraham Pierfon, efq. 

Jonathan Lay, efq. Trcafurcr. 

Stephen Titus Hofiner, cfq. Clerk. 

John Fife, cfq. Clvrk of Superior Court. 

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Middletoivn. 
Afher Miller, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Samuel W\ Dana, 
Amos Churchill, 
Ifaac Gridley, 
Chauncey Whittlefey, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
John Dickinfon, 
M. T. Kuffel, efq'rs. 

Chatham. 
Bryan Parmelee, 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 
Chauncey Bulkley, 
James Bill, 
Daniel Sheperd, jun. 
David White, 
Seth Overton, efq'rs. 

Durham. 
Simeon Pprfons, 
Dan Parmelee, efq*rs. 

Eafl-Haddam. 
Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
Ifar^c Spencer, jr. 



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JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Eliphalet Holmes, 
fona. O. Mofely, 
Abner Hall, 
Jared Spencer, efq*rs, 

Haddatn. 
Hezekiah Brainerd, 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Edward Selden, 
Daniel Brainerd, efq'rSt 

Killing-worth % 
Job Wright, 
Martin Lord, 
Wiliiam Morgan, 
Jofeph Wilcox, 
Bezaleel Briftol, eYq'rs* 

Saybrook. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, 
Samuel Tully, 
John Strand, jr. efq'rs. 



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Jonathan O. Mofely, efq. fiat e attorney. 



Practising Attornies 
MiddletoxvK. 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
S, W. Dana, 
Matthew T. Ruffe], 
En'h Huntington, 
Alexander Collins, efq'rs 

Enoch Parfons, cfyfterif. 



4 Enfi-Baddam. 
Jonathan O. Mofety, 
Jared Spencer, tfq'rs. 

Killin^ivorth, 
Noah Leiter, efq. 



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Deputy fiertffj. Samuel Canfield, Middletotun. 
William Smith, Haddam. Jofiah White, Chatham. 
William Gelrton, Eaft- Haddam. Danforth Clark, Shy 
brook. John N. Wadfworth, Durham. 

Goalers. None at Middletoivn. William Smith, 



COUNTY of TOLLAND. 

COVWTY COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, efq. Chief Judge. 

Jeremiah Ripley, efq. | Jeremiah Weir, efq. 

Reuben Sikes, efq. J JeiTe Cady, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. Treafurer and Clerk, and 

Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Tolland. 
Samuel Whittleley, 
J. Barns, efq'rs. 
Bo/ ton. 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
▼Oliver King, 
Jared Cone, jr. efq'rs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kingftniry, 
Ben-aj ih Strong, 
John' Hal-, 
Eleazer PoEieroy, efq'rs. 

Ellington. 
Daniel Ellfworth, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Levi Wells, efq'rs. 

Hebron, 
Elijah Kellog, 



Elijah Houfe, 
Eli feu Marvin, 
Syivefter Gilbert, 
Benjamin Bnell, 
Jofeph Parker, 
Joel Jones, fc&qfr*. 

Sowers. 
Thomas Pitkin, 
.Simon Fobes, jr. efq'rs, 

Stafbrd. 
John Phelps, 
Eleazer W. Phelps, 
Calvin Ingals, efq'rs. 

Union. 
Solomon Wales, 
Sam'l Crawford, efq'rs. 

Willington, 
Samuel Duuton, 
|" Elifha johnfon, efq'rs* 



Sylyefter Gilbert, t^Jtatc attorney. 



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ToJknd. 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
Jonathan Barns, 
Elifha Stearns, efq'rs 



Practising Attornies. 



Hebron* 
JobnT. Peters, 
Calvin Willey, efq'rs. 

Stafford. 
Eleazer W. Phelps, efq.. 

Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. Jheriff, 
Deputy Jheriffs. William Cobb, Tolland. George 0. 
Gilbert, Hebron. Zebadiah Butler, Stafford* 
W. Williams, $oaler. 



Courts of Probate in Conne&icut. 



&0?ricls. 
Hertford. 
Neiv- Haven, 
New- London. 
Fairfield. 
Windham. 
Litchfield. 
Middletown. 
Plainfield. 
Guilford. 
Woodbury. 
Stamford. 
Danhury. 
Eafi-Haddam, 
Norwich. 
Pomfret. 
Sharon. 
Stafford. 
Sims bury. 
Stonington. 
Farming* on. 
Wallingford, 
Say I; r 09k. 
Stratford. 



Judges. 
Jonathan Bull, efq, 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. 
Hon. W. Hillhoufe, 
An'w Rowland, efq. 
Hon. W. Williams. 
Fred. Wolcott, efq. 
John Dickinfon, efq. 
James Gordon, efq. 
Edw. Ruffell, efq. 
Nathan Prefton, efq. 
J Davenport, jr. efq 
Hon. J. P. Cook, 
Ifaac Spencer, efq. 
A. Huntington, efq. 
Hon.T. Grofvenor, 
Jofhua Potter, efq. 
John Phelps, efq. 
Noah Phelps, efq. 
Charles Phelps, efq. 
Hon. J. Treadwell, 
Oliver Stanley, efq. 
Hezekiah Lane, efq 
Robert Walker, efq. 



Clerks. 
Mr. James Wells. 
Abraham Bifhop, efq. 
Lyman Law, efq. 
Sam'l Rowland, efq. 
Mr. Tho. Williams. 
Mr. Roger Skinner. 
Mr. John Fifk. 
Mr. John Dou&lafs jr. 
Henry Hill, Efq. 
NoahB. Bene<H<5t,efq. < 
. Eb'r Davenport, efq. 
Mr. J. P. Cook, jr. 
Jared Spencer, efq. 
Mr. J. Huntington. 
Lem . Grofvenor, efq. 
Mr. Milton Hawley. 
E. W. Phelps, efq. 
Mr. Noah A. Phelps. 
Mr. Stiles Phelps. 
Mr. Martin Bull. 
Mr. Hun Munfon. 
Mr. Dan Lane. 
Jofeph Walker, efq. 



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EaJI-WJndfor, Eliph. Terry, eft]. Mr. William Kibbe. 
Water bury. Jofeph Hopkins, efq. Mr. Ed'd Porter. 
Norflok. Giles Pettibone, efq. Afael Humphry, efq. 

New -Gilford. Daniel Evcrit, efq. Philo Ruggles, efq. 
Hebron. Samuel Gilbert, efq. Geo. O. Gilbert, efq. 



Nomination for Councillors. 

The following gentlemen were nominated by the Votes 
of the Freemen of this State, to ftand for Election a s 
Afliftants or Members of the Council in May, 1801. 

Votes. 
6.37 
6602 



William Williams, 
Jofeph P. Cook, 
William Hillhoufe, 
lloger Newbury, 
Heman Swift, 
Thomas Grofvenor, 
Thomas Seymour, 
Aaron Auftin, 
David Daggett, 
Nathaniel $mith, 



t William Mofely, 
Hezekiah Biflell, 
^ylvefter Gilbert, 
Elias Perkins, 
Samuel VV. johnfon, 
Marvin Wait, 
Afa Spalding, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Elifli-a Hyde, 
Ebenezer Devotion, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 2896 
John Sedgwick, c8?i 

Jabez Fitch, 2776 

Rufus Hitchcock, 2713 

F 



Votes. 

8782 John Allen, 

9553 Zephaniah Swift, 

9625 Jonathan Brace, . 5' 45 

6246 John C. Smith, 4728 

7154 I Chauncey Goodrich, 4723 

6S13 Calvin Goddard, 4477 

8428 Stephen T. Hofmer, 3936 

6689 William Hart, 3&9* 

6937 Benjamin Talmadge, 3862 

9430 Si me on Baldwin, 3542 

OUTS. 

Rofwell Judfon, 2646 

Timothy Pitkin, jr. J7«)2 

David Smith, 875 
Epaphrod. Champion, 787 

Lewis B Sturges, 705 

Frederick Wolcott, 652 

Jonathan O. Mofely, 498 

Theodore Dwight, 455 

2962 I Shadrach Ofborne, 425 

2<p7 j Gideon Grarger, 378 
Jeremiah G. Hrainard, 35 t 

John Trumbull, 336 

Ephraim Kirby, 268 

Daniel Froft, 265 



35^3 

3423 
33*8 
334' 
3206 
3-67 
3^5 
2974 



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Ko*er M. Sherman, 


242 


Timothy Larrabee, 


149 


Julias Deming, 


*3' 


Daniel N. Brinfmade, 


145 


Nathan Hale, 


216 


Matthew^ Grifwold, 


143 


David Bellamy, 


202 


Elijah Hubbard, 


135 


jofeph Walker, 


1 83 


Latham Hull, 


i34 


Elifha Whittlefey, 


183 


Pierpont Edwards, 


133 


jabez Clark, 


180 


Charles Chauncey, 


133 


joihua Huntington, 


180 


Jonathan Barn's, 


132 


Henry Champion, 


180 


Nathan Prefton, 


129 


Elizur Goodrich, 


Wi 


David Trumbull, 


103 



Nomination for Members of Congrefs. 

In May, igoo, the following gentlemen were chofen to 
ftand in Nomination for Members of Congrefs, from 
Connecticut. 



Chauncey Goodrich, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Koger Grifwold, 
Jonathan Brace, 
William Edmond, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
John C Smith, 
John Davenport, jr. 
Eiias Perkins, 



Calvin Goddard, 
Benjamin Talmadge, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Timethy Pitkin, jr. 
William Hart, 
William Mofely, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Epaphrod. Champion, 
Gideon Granger, jr. 



The Votes of the Freemen on that occafion were as 
follows : 



Chauncey Goodrich, 
Sam utl W. Dana, 
Roger Grifwold, 
jon*th..ii Brace, 
Wilibn Edmond, 
Elizur Goo -i rich, 
John C. Sm.ih, 
John Davenport, jr. 
Elias Perkins. 



3785 
37S2 
3772 
3594 
353? 
3508 
2.?o4 

2859 



Calvin Goddard, 2687 

Benjamin Talmadge, 2493 
Simeon Baldwin, 2205 

Timothy Pitkin, jr. 215$ 
William Hart, 15^7 

William Mofely, i54^> 

Sylvefter Gilbert, 1 178 

Epaphrod. Champion, 1088 



2.852 J Gideon. Granger, jr. 1033 



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KpUraim Klrbv, 
Theodore Dwight, 
Marvin Wait, 
Alex. Wolcott, 
Jona. O. Mofely, 
Hezekiah BiflTell, 
Eliflia Hyde, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Timothy Larrabee, 
S. Titus Hofmer, 
Frederick Wolcott, 
Abraham Bifhop, 
Sam'l VV. Johnfon, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Jolin Trumbull, 
Jere. G. Brainard, 
Thomas Lyman, 
Wm. Hillhoufe, jun. 
Afa Spalding, 
David Smith, 
John Caldwell, 
Heman Swift, 
Enoch Parfons, 



1029 
1P23 
944 
937 
924 
911 
8*7 

*3 

688 

655 

650 

634 
52° 

483 
475 
436 
420 

419 

405 
403 
383 
359 
353 
337 



Elias Brown, 
Noah B. Benedict, 
Elnathan Smith, jun. 
E !, jah Hubbard, 
Jofeph Wilcox, 
David Ballamy, 
Aaron Auftin, 
Jofeph Walker, 
Taylor Sherman, 
Julius Deming, 
Shadrack Ofborne, 
Thomas Veymaur, 
Sasn'l B. Sherwood, 
Charles Chauncey, 

IPhilo Ruggles, 
James Morris, 
j D N. Brinfmade, 
Thos. Grofvenor, 
Noah Vvebfter, 
John Sedgwick, 
Judfon Canfield, 
Enoch Perkins, 
David Daggett, 
Luther Paine, 



291 
284 

28a ; 

278 
265 
26l ' 
243 i 
238 

227 j 

225 : 

165 
145 ; 

i 4 4 | 

142 
140 
132 
1*7 
U7 

HI 

109 

107 
105 ~| 
102 



Statement of votes in Oftober, 1800, for fevera 
Reprcfentatives to the feventh Congrefs, from 
Connecticut 



Samuel W. Dana, 
Roger Grifwold, 
William h-dmond, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
John C. Smith, 



John Davenport, jr. 5250 



6213 I Chauncey Goodrich^* 234 
6033 I Jonathan Brace,* 58 

5753 I Calvin Goddard, 2172 

5779 1 Benjamin Talmacfge ? 1452 
6282 I Simeon Baldwin, 1272 



Elias Perkins, 



4853 



Timothy Pitkin, jr. 937 
William Hirt, 3253 

* Destined etifiio-ns 



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William Mofely, 547 | Epap'irod. Champion, 425 

Sylveiler Gilbert, 2889 | Gideon Granger, jr. 3oi2 

Tke firft feven gentlemen were ele&ed. 

Attornies admitted at the Circuit Court in Con- 
necticut ; having obtained ftamped certificates. 
Pierpont Edwards, efq. Diftrift Attorney. 



John Allen, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Theodore Dwight, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
David Daggett, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Gideon Granger, 
James Hillhoufe, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 



Enoch Huntington, 
Lyman Law, 
Ifaac Mills, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Matthew T. Ruflell, 
Ephraim Root, 
Afa Spalding, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
Marvin Wait. 



Notaries Public, 



Hartford, \ 



> Enoch Perkins, 
j Theodore Dwight. 
"p Elizur Goodrich, 
New-Haven, >Dyer White, 
j Hart Lyude. 
Derby, — — Humphrey. 
Miiford, David B. Ingerfol. 
New- London, Lyman Law. 
Norwich, James Lanman. 
Stonington, Stephen Brown* 
Lyme, William Noyes. 
Prefton, Samuel Mart. 
Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges* 



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Windham, Samuel Perkins. 
Plain field, Calvin Ooddard. 
Woodftock, Jedediah Morfe. 
Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott- 
New-Milford, Daniel Everitt. 
Sharon, John C. Smith. 
Middletown, Matthew T. Ruflell. 
Eaft-Haddam, Jo nathan O. Mofely. 

Minifters and Churches 

IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 



County of 
Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 

Abel Flint, 

Nathan Perkins, 

Vacant, E. k B. 

Berlin, John Smalley,D.D. 

Benoni Upfon, 

Plurality, E. 

Vacant, 
Briftol, Giles H. Cowles, 

Jonathan Miller, 
Farmingtdtt 9 JoC. Wafhburn, 

Rufus Hawley, 
Eafl. Hart ford, 

Eliph. Williams, D.D. 

Salmon King, 

Chrifco. Miner, B. 
Eajl-Windfor, 

David M'Clure, 

Thomas Potwine, 
Enfield, Nehem. Prudea,C. 

Vacant, 
Glajlenbury, 

Wm, Lock wood, 



Hartford. 

James Eells. 
Granby, Iiaac Porter, 

Whitefield Cowles, 

Vacant, E. 

Hartland, Aaron Chnrch, 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Soutbington, 

William Robinfon, 

Dodge, B. 

Plurality, £. 

Suffield, Ebcnezer Gay f 

Daniel Waldo, 

John Haftings, B. 

Slmsbury, Samuel Stebbins, 

Jeremiah Hallock, 

Vacant, E. 

Wetbersfield, John Marfh, 

Jolhua Belden, 

Calvin Chapen. 
Windfor, 

Henry A. Rowland, 

William F. Miller, 

Vacant. 



cm 

County of New-Haven. 



Nrw-Hctven, 
Rev. James Dana, D.D 

Vacant, 

John Game) , 

Be la Hubbard, 

Noah WiHcfton, 

Plurality, 
Bradford ', 

Lynde Huntington, 

Matthew No yes, 

vSamuelEelU, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 
Cbefijire, John Foot, 

Reuben Ivei, 
Derby, A ma fa Porter, 
Rich. Mansfiey ; D.D. E. 

Plnralitr, E. 

Abner Smith, 
j£. Haven, Nicholas Street, 

Vacant, E- 

Guilford, 

Ifrael Brainerd, 

John Elliott, 

Thomas W. Bray. 

Simon Backus, 

Vacant, E. 



E. 



E. 



Hamden, A fa Lyman, 

Plurality, E. 

Mi If or d, Beta Pineo, 

David Tuller, 

Vacant, E. 

North- H avert, 

Benj. TrumbuH,D.D. 

Plurality, E. 

Oxford, ©avid Brpnfon, 

Plurality, E. 

Walling ford, Tames Noyes, 

John Willard, 

Afhbel Homier, B* 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E. 

JVaterbury, Ira Hart, 

Tiilotfon Brunibn, E, 

Plurality, 

Abraham Fowler, 

Vacant, 
Woodbridge^ 

David L. Beebe, 

Stephen Haw ley, 

Vacant, E. 

WslCQiti 

If. B. Woodward. 



County of New- London. 

T-Tew-Lon don. 
Rev. Henry Channing, 

Charles v eabnry, E. 

Zadock Darrow. B- 
Bozrah, onathan -vi unlock, 

Samuel Weft, B. 

Gskhejlcry Salmon Cone, 



Robert Robbies, 
Vacant. Vacant, 
l A(\ V/lfco*, 
VrankUr, S mud Nott, 
Groton, Vac. Vac. Vac. 
Silas Burrows, 
Gana Wightnxm, 






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Lisbon, David Hale, 

Andrew Lee. 
Lyme, I^ithrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 

David Higgins, 

Jafon Lee, B. 

Vacant, C. 

Amos G. Thorapfon, 
Ileuben Palmer, B- 
Norwich, Jofcph Strong, 
Jetm Tyler, E. 



Walter King;. 
Ptefion, Lemuel Tyler, 

Levi Hart, D.D. 

Vacant, 

Paul Park, C. 

btonington, 

Hez. N. Woodruff, 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Avery, C. 

N ciioias Randall, B. 

Simeon Brown, B. 

Vacant, B. 



County of Fairfield. 



^ Fairfield. 

Rev, Andrew Elliott, 

Hezekiah Ripley, 

Vacant, 

Philo Shelron, E. 

Stephen Royce, B. 
Brookfield, Eraftus Ripley, 

Plurality, E. 

, Panbury, Timo. Langdon, 
* John Ely, 

Vacant, E, 

Eben. White, Sandi. 

Bronfon, B. 

Greenwich, Vacant, 

Ifaac Lewis, D. D. 

Plurality, J£. 

• Huntington, David Ely, 

Eliflia Kexford, 

Ambrofe Todd, E, 
N.Fairfield,Mete<\ Rogers, 

Maltby Gelfton. 
Ncwtoitn, Jehu Clark, 

Daniel Burhans, E. 



Norwalk, Matthias Burnet, 

Vacant, Vacant, E. 

luftus Mitchell. 
Reading, Nath'l Bartlett, 

David Butler, E. 

Bjdg field, -am'l Goodrich, 

Samuel Camp, 

Vacant, B. 

Plurality, 
Statnford,Da\-\\Q.\ Smith, 

Piatt Buifett, 

Amzi Lewis, 

Calvin White, - E, 

Ebenezer^ Ferris, B. 
Stratford, 

Stephen W. Stebbins, 

A (libel Baldwin, E. 

Samuel Blatchford, 
Trumbull, Vacant, 

Plurality, E» 

V/efion, James Johnfon, 

John Noyes, 

Plurality^ E» 



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County of 
Windham. 
Rer. Elijah Waterman, 

James Cogfwell, D.D. 

John Palmer, C. 

Benjamin Lathrop,B. 

Vacant, E. 

Afoford, Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Judfon, 

William Graves, 

John Rathbun, B. 

Vacant, B. 

Brooklyn, jofiah Whitney, 

Plurality, E. 

Canterbury, Vacant, 

J oh a Staples. 
Hampton i Ludovicus Weld, 

Abel Palmer, B. 

Killingly, Eiifh a Atkins,' 

Xirael Day, C. 



*) 

Windham; 

Peter Rogers, 



B. 



Lebanon, Zebulon Ely f 
William B. Pvipley, 
Thomas Brockway, 
John Gurlcy, 
Chriftophcr Palmer,B. 

Mansfield^ John Sherman, 
Mofes C. Welch. 

Phinfield, Joel Benedict, 

— Cole, B. 
Pomfret, Aaron Putnam, 

Walter Lyon, 
Daniel Fogg, E. 

Thompjon, Daniel Dow, 

Crofby, Be 

Voluntoivn % Vacant, 
IVoodfiock, Eli ph. Lyman, 

William Graves, 
Amos Wells, B. 



County of Litchfield. 



i 



E. 



Litchfield. 

Rev. Tudah Champion, 
Dan Huntington, 
Amos Chx v*, 
Jofeph E. Camp, 
Truman Marfli, 
Vacant. 

Bcthlctn, Azel Backus, 

Barkhemfted, Ozias Eells, 
Vacant. 

Colebrock, Channcy Lee. 

Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 
Solomon Morgan, 
Vacant, E. 

Cornwall, Hercules Wefton, j 



Ifrael Holly. 
Gofien, Afahel Hooker. 
War-wi*iton, 

Jofhua Williams. 

Alex'r V. Grifwold. 
Kent, Joel Bordwell, 
New-Mi iford, 

Nathaniel Taylor, ? 

Stanley Grifwold, J 

Vacant, E. 

New Hertford, 

Edward D. Grifling. 
Norfolk, Ainmi R. Robbius, 

Vacant. E. 

Plymouth, Simon Waterman. 



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Plurality. 

Plurality. E. 

Roxbury, Zephaaiah Swift, 

Plurality, 

Vacant, E. 

Sharon, Cotton M. Smith. 
Salisbury, Jof.W.Crofsman, 

Vacant, E. 

Southbury Benj. Wiidman, 

Matthias Cofie r. 
Torrington^ Alex'r Cillett, 



Samuel J. Mills. 
tfajlrington, Jeremiah Day, 
Ebenezer Porter, 
Plurality, 

Plurality, E: 

Warren, Peter Starr. 

Watertown, Uriel Gridley, 

Ghauncy Prindle, E. 

| Woodbury, Noah Benedict. 

I Bethuel Judd, E. 

Plurality, 
j Winchefter^ Vac. Vacant. 



County of 

V Mi dd let own. 

Rev.Enoch Huntington, 

Jofeph Warren, E. 

Gerfhom Bulkky, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

David Huntington, 

Jofeph Graves, C. 
4 Chatham, Cyprian Strong, 

David Seldsn, 

Joel Weft, 

Vacant, B. 

Manoah S. Miles, E. 
Durham, David Smith, 
E.Haddam, Elijah Parfons, 



Middleftx. 

William Lyman, 

Jofeph Vail, 

— — Dickinfon, B. 

Solo. Blakeilee, E. 

Plurality. 
lla-ddam, Eleazer May. 
Killing-north, 

Achilles Mansfield, 

Henry Ely. 
Saybrcok, F.\V. Hotchkifs, 

Richard Ely, 

John Devotion, 

Samuel Mills, 

Vac?.? t, E. 

Vacant, B. 



County of Tolland. 
Rev. Nathan Williams, d.d. I Ellingtsn, 



Bolton, George Colton, 
Ebenezer Kell"g. 

Coventry. Abiel Abbott, 
Ichdbod L. Skinner, 
Royal Tyler. 



Diodate Brock way, 
Plurality, " £;» 

Hebron, Amos Baflett, 
M. Gillet, 
Evan Rogers, E. 



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SomerSy Charles Backus. i Union, Vacant. 

Stafford, JohnWiliard, | Willington, Abifhai Alden, 

Ifaac Fofter, David Lillybridge, B. 

Vacant. 

INCORPORATED CITIES, 

NEW-HAVEN. 
Samuel Biihop, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
Henry Dagget, efq. I Simeon Baldwin, efq, 

|ofeph Darling, efq. | Dyer White, efq. 

John Skinner, City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, efq. Treafurer. 
John R. Throop, ^ . ff 
Hezekiah Clark, 5 mcntts - 
Common Council Men. 
Meff. Ifaac Beers, Elias Shipman, James Hillhoufe, 
David Dagget, Hezekiah Hotchkifs, Thaddeus Beech- 
er, If iac Mills, Stephen Ailing, Noah Weblter, Elizur 
Goodrich. 

(Annual Meeting, the firft Tnefday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. llichard Law, efq. Mayor. 

Aldenne?i. 

Winthroop Saltonftall, efq. I Samuel Wheat, efq. 

Guy Richards, efq. | Elias Perkins, efq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 

John Owen, City Clerk. 

William Richards, ?,, -a- 
Jomua Hcrapfted, $ inemis - 

Common Council Men. 
MefT. Simon Woicotr, George Colfax, Elifha Hinman, 
Robert AUyn, jared Starr, Jno. Woodward. 

(Annual Meeting the fecond Monday in June.) 



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HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
Jonathan Bull, efq. 1 John Trumbull, efq,, 

Samuel Wyllys, efq. | Jofeph H irt, efq. 

Solomon Porter, efq. Clerk. 
Simon C J ark, ? f?„. r ;F« 

* Romanta Norton, 5 IIunns ' 

Common Council Men, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, John Chenevard, Chsmncy 
Goodrich, John Caldwell, Ephraim Root, John Mor- 
gan, Daniel Oicott, Elifna feabcock, George Goodwin, 
William Mofely, Enoch Perkins, Ifaac Bull. 

(Annual Meeting laft Monday in March.) 

1 MIDDLETOWN. 

I*on. Afher Miller, efq. Mayor. 

Aid cm: en. 
Elijah Hubbard, efq. j Lemuel §torrs, efiji 

Chaimcey VYfeittieicy, efq. | William Wumbe, 
John Fifk, Clerk* 
Samuel Canfiekk ? n 
iMafchan Strong, 3 
^ Common Council Ivl;?;, 

MciT. Lambertora Coopgr, "Nchemiah Itu'obard^jun. - 
Ebenezer Sage, Giles Meig?, Matthew T. Ruffe!!, Je- 
JioPnaphat Starr, Arthur Magill, William Starr. 

(Annual meeting the third McncJay in January.) 



NORWICH. 

Eliflia Hyde, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Thomas Fanning, efq. J Samuel HuHtington, cf^ 

John Ttmer, efq. .{ Simeon Thomas, efq. 

Charles Lathrop, City Clerk. 



Benjamin Tracy, ? fi - ff 
Shubael Breed, 5 






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Common Council Men* 
McfT. Daniel L». Coit, Benjamin Snow, Nathaniel 
Shipman, Uriah Tracy, Luther Spalding, Jeflfe Breed. 
(Annual Meeting, the third Monday in April.) 

COLLEGES, &c. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN; 

Hev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. tfreiident. 

Jbfiajs Meigs, Profcjf&r of Mathematics and Natural 

Pb/kfophy. 
"Vacant, Frofcffor of Divinity. 
Ebenezer Grant Mar(li Prsfefcr of the Hebrew Language*. 

FELLOJVS. 
Eliphalet Williai*% D. D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Timothy Pitkin, 
T.noch Huntingtoa, 
j ofi ah Whitney, 



A 



David Ely, 

Nathan Williams, ^.D. 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Levi Hart, D.D. N 
James Dana, D.D. 



1 



The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and fix fenior 
Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, coniii- 
tute the Corporation. 

TJT*RS. 

Jeremiah Day,/>»i*r Tutor and Librarian* 

Henry Davis, 

Ebenezcr Grant Marfh, 

Charles Denifon, 

Benjamin Silliman, 

Warren Dutton. 

Hon. James Hillhoufe, Trerfur&r. 
Mr. Nathan Beers, Steward. 
Mr. Andrew Elliot, Butler. 
Cornmeuc twenty fecotici Wednefday in September. 
ViicatieM : Krom Commencement fix weeks ; and from 
the fecond Tuefday in Jannar/, three weeks ', and 
franithefixtb of May, three weeks. 



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At the Commencement of 1800, the decree cf Bachelor of 
Arts was conferred on 
Thomas Adams, Saul Alvorcl, Shubael Bartlet, Ainos 
Benedict, Jefle Bradley, Daniel B Brown, Abijah Car- 
ringtou, Harvey Chafe, Pitkin Cowles, Afaph Dunbar, 
David Ely, Hczekiah Flagg, James Gilbert, Thomas P. 
Grofvenor, Enoch Hanford, Moies Hatch, Jofeph How- 
land, S. G. Huntington, Samuel Jones, Philander Jud- 
fon, Giles C. Kellogg, Hugh Knox, Prentice Law, Eli- 
fha Phelps, Eliflia Sheldon, Heniy Smith, John Stevens* 
Lewis St. John, Abiram Stoddard, Thomas Strong, Eraf- 
tus Swift, Giles Wade, Joel Walter, Chauncey WhitteK 
ley, Thomas Williams, alumni. 

The degree ofMafter of Arts on 

Diodate Brockway, Warren Dutton, Samuel A. Foot, 
William L. Foot, Ira Hart, Bethel Judd, Afa Lyman, 
James Murdock, Ephraim Woodruff. alumni. 

Vinfon Gould, A. M. Williams' College, and Holland 
"Weeks, A. M . Dartmouth, were admitted ad cundem. 

The honorary degree of Mailer of Arts was confer- 
red onHezekiah Wright Strong, Efq. of DeerfieJd, Mall'. 
and Philp Ruggles, Efq. of New-Milford, in this (late. 

The degree of Doctor in Divinity was conferred on 
the Rev. Azel Roe, ol Woodbridge, New-jerfey. 

The Doctor of Laws was conferred on the Hon. John 
Treadwell, Efq. Lt. Governor, and on the lion. Jefle 
Root, Efq. Chief Juftice of the flate. 

Officers of the Connecticut Academy 
of Arts and Sciences, ele&ed Oc- 
tober, 1800. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D.D. Prefident. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Vice- Prefident. 

Simeon Baldwin, Efq. Recording Secretary, 

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COUNSELLORS, 

Hon. John Treadwcll, 
s Hev. James Bana, D. D 9 

Eneas Munfnn, M. D. 

Rev. Bela Hubbard, 

Hon. Chauncey Goodrich. 
David Baggett 7 ~) 

John G. Smith, yCorrefponding Secretaries. 

Knoch Perkins, efq'rs. J) 

Jofiah Meigs, efq. Librarian,, and Keeper of the Cabinet. 
ReV. Dr. Dwight, *} 

jofiah Meigs, efq. {.Committee of Publications. 

Mr. Jared Mansfield. J 
Ifaac Beers, efq. Treafurer. 

Hon, John C.Smith, efq. 1 * . r * j • . r 

Timothy Pitkin, efq. $ Qraiors f or nCXt ^ W^> 
Election of Officers 4th Tuefday of October, annually. 

Harvard Univerfity, in Cambrige. 

Rev. Joseph Willard, D. D. and L. L. D. Prefident. 
Commencement, the third, Wednefday in July.. 
Vacation-: From the Commencement, four weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in O&ober, two weeks: 
From the firft Wednefday in January, five weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks, 

Rhode- Ifland College, at Providence. 

Hon. Jabez Brown, efq. Chanchellor. 

Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, Prefident. 

V/catiens : From the firft Wejnefday in September, 

four weeks ; from the firft Wednefday in January, (ix 

weeks ; and from the firft Wednefday in May, three 

weeks. 



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At the Commencement of 1800, the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts uuas conferred on 

Benjamin Bourn, jr. John M. Bradford, Thomas Bur- 
geis, Gaius Conant, Enos Cutler, John G. Dorrance, 
Koyal Farnum, Theodore A. Fofter, Jonathan Gilmore, 
Daniel Loring, John M<Kie, Mofes Miller, Andrew 
Rawfon, Liberty Rawfon, Abiel RuiTell, Gravjnner 
Taft, William R. Theus, Calvin Tilden, Paris 1 . Til- 
linghair, jun. Nathaniel Todd, Levi Tower, and Daniel 
Young, alumni* 

The degree of Majler of Arts on 

Peter A. Alden, Horatio G. Bowen, William Gollier, 
Jofeph B. Cook, Horace Everett, Abijah Draper, Na- 
than Holman, Samuel King, Charles O 'Screven, alumni. 

The Rev. Ebenezer Bradford, of Rowley, an Alum- 
nus of Princeton College was admitted ad eundem into 
R. I. College. 

The Honorary dogree of Majler of Arts <zvas conferred on 
The Hon. Samuel Elam, efq. of Portsmouth, (R. I.) 
George Gibbs, jr. of Newport, the Rev. Henry Hol- 
combe, of Savannah, (G.) and the Rev. Dr. Gano, ef 
Providence. 

The degree of Doclor of Divinity <was conferred on 

The Rev. Richard Furman, of Charlefton, (S. C.) 
and the Rev. David Parfons, of Amherft, (Maf.) 

Dartmouth College, in New-Hampfhire, 

J«hn Wheelock, L. L. D. Prefident. 
Commencement, the fourth Wednefday in Auguft. 

Williams* College, Berkfhire County. 

Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D. D. Prefident. 

Stephen Welt, D. D. Vice-Prefident 

Commencement, the firft Wednefday in September. 



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Chefiiire Epifcopai Academy, Conn. 

Rev. John Bowden, D.D. Principal. 
Rev. Jafper Jones, Afllfrant. 
Right Rev. Abram Jarvis, DD Bifhop of the Protect- 
ant Epifcopai Church in Connecticut, refiding in Chefhire. 



TOWN CLERKS .& TREASURERS 

in the ftatc of Connetticut. 



Towns Names, 
AJhford. 
Bolton. 
Branford. 

Brifiol. 

Berlin. 

Bozrah. 

Brookfield, 

Bethlem. 

Barkhemfled. 

Brooklyn. 

Coventry. 

Canterbury. 

Canaan. 

Chatham. 

Corn-wall. 

Cole brook. 

Ctlchefler. 

Chefiiire. 

Durham. 

D anbury, 

JJerby. 

Eaft-Haddam. 

Raft-Wzndfyr. 

Enfield. 

Eaft Hartford 

Ellir:gti:t % 



Town Clerks. 
Jofias Byles, 
Saul Alvord, 
Samuel Gould, 
Enos Ives, 
Sylvefter Wells, 
Eliph. Huntington, 
Daniel B Cooke, 
Titus Hull, 
Ifrael Jones, 
Vine Robinfon, 
John Hale, 
Gideon Wells, 
Benajah Dougiafs, 
Daniel Shepherd, jr. 
Judah Keliogg, 
Elijah Rockwell, 
John Watrous, 
Rufus Hitchcock, 
Simeon Parfons, 
Eli Mygatt, 
John Humphrey, 
Timo. Gates. 3d. 
Aaron Biflell, 
Eliphalet Terry, 
Jonathan Stanley, 
Matthew Hyde, 



Tovjn T reafurers. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Jacob Bartholomew. 
Selah Hart. 

do. 
Wait Northroup. 
Neh. Lambert. 
Jofeph Wilder. , 

do. 

do. 

do. 

q\o. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

l\o. 

do. 
James Wadfworth. 
James Clark, 
Nat'n Buckingham. 

do. 

do. 
John Reynolds. 
Elihu Olmfted. 
Levi Wells, jr. 



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Erf-Haven. Jafiah Bradley, do. 

Fairfield. Samuel Rowland, Elijah Abel. 

Farmington. ] ohn Mix, Noadiah Hooker; 

Franklin. Eli Hyde, do. 

Greenwich. Jabez Fitch, 

Groton. Amos Gere, 

C lafienbury . J ofiaK Hale , 

Guilford. Jonathan Fowler, 

Gojben. Adino Hale, 

Granby. Judah Holcomb, jr. 

Hartford. Samuel Wyllys, 

'Hebron. Sylvefter Gilbert, 

Haddam. Nehemiah Brainard, 

Harwington. Daniel Catlin, 

Harihtnd. Frince Taylor, 2d. 

Hamden. Simeon Briftol, 

Hampton. Eb'r Mofely, 

Huntington. Elifha Mills, 

Kiliingiy. Sampfon Howe, 

Killing-worth. Abraham Pierfon, 

Kent. Julius Cafwell, 

Lebanon. Elkanah Tifdale, 

Litchfield. Mofes Seymour, 

Lyme. David F. Sill. 

Lisbon. Jedediah Burnham, 

Miifcrd. Gideon Buckingham, — — 

MidJletown. John Fifk, Elijah Hubbard. 

Mansfield. Conft. Southworth, do. 

Montville. John Raymond, John G. Hillhoufe. 

New-Haven. 



do. 

Eben. Plummcr: 

do. 

Andrew Kingsbury* 
Roger Fuller. 

do. 

do. 
Titus Haze. 

do. 

do. 
Exra Curtifs. 
Philip Stevens. 

do. 
Reuben Smith. 
do. 
do. 



Samuel Bifhop, 
North- Haven. Jofeph Pierpont, 
New-Mi iford^RYifcn&oilwick, 
New~HartfordJoCeph Loomis. 
New London. John Owen, 
Norwich. Charles Lathrop, 
Nsrwalk. SamM Grummond, 
NewFairfield. Peter Penfield, 
Newtown. Caleb Baldwin, 



Nathan Beers. 



Abel Hine. 
Ellas Kellogg. 
Guy Richards. 
And'w Huntington. 

do. 

do. 
Gid, Botsford, 



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Hofea Dutton, 
Wm. Robinfon, 
Dan'i Morgan, jr. 
Samuel Waldo, 
JoTeph A. Wright, 
Lemuel Sanford, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Elihu Canfield, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Noah A. Phelps, 
Alexander King, 
A fa Hutchinfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Samuel Biodget. 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
John Hoyt, jr. 
Samuel Caniield, 
Jab:z Collins, 
John Curtifs, 
Iiicreafe Mofely, 
A fa Montgonivnery, 
Benoni shepherd, 
Eliakini Beach, 
FJtiha Smith, 
Nathaniel Mills, 
Robert Law Ton, 
James Alexander, 
Sam'l \V. Williams, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
John Kingsbury, 
Eiifna Whittle fey, jr 
Henry Allen, 
jedediah Morfr, 
Elijah Holt, 
Nathan "'refton, 
Dan'l N. Brinfmade, 
Eli Curtifs, 



Ebenezer Eaton. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Nathan Smith. 

do. 
I no. Dennifon. 
Dudley Pettibone. 

Samuel Moore. 
do. 

Jonathan Lay. 

<io. 
Silas St. John. 
Noah Peafe. 



Aaron Hinman. 

do. 

do. 
S Middlebrook. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Eben. Campbell. 

do. 

*!o. 
Phin. Porter. 



Daniel Gillet. 
do 



Matthew Miner. 
Samuel Leavitit 
Aner Bradley. 



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WtMchefter. 


Eliphaz Alvord, 


Robert M'Ewens 


Woodbriigc* 


Aud'w Osborne, 


do. 


Warren, 


John Tallmadgc, 


do. 


Wefton. 


Nathan Wheeler. 


do. 


Wokott. 


Ifaac Brunfon, 


do. 



SOCIETIES. 



CINCINNATI. 



UNITED STATES. 

Maj. Gen. Hamilton, Prefident General. 

Maj. Gen. Charles C Pinckney, Vice Prefident General. 

Maj. Jackfon, Secretary General. 

Gen. Macpherfon, Treafurer General. 



CONNECTICUT. 

• Col. Benjamin Talmadge, Prefident. 

Gen. David Smith, Vice-Prefident. 
Col. ]ohn Mix, Secretary. 
Capt. Nathan Beers, Treafurer. 
Col. Jofeph Walker, Afliftant Secretary. 
Col. Solomon Cowles, Aiailar.t Treafury. 

County Committees, appointed to receive and report the claims 
of indigent Members. 

Hartford, Col. John M : x, Samuel W. Williams, efq. 
Ne\y Haven, Ms. Nathan Beers, Mr. Stephen Al!yn. 
New-London, Gen. E. Huntington, Col. Wm. Richards. 
FairfieUf, Col. Timothy Taylor, Capt. Salmon HubbelL 
Windham, Gen. M. Cleveland, Col. Tho's Grofvenor. 
Litchfield, Gen. David Judfon, James Morris, efq. 
Middlefex, Gen. Wilcox, Capt- Savage. 
Tolland, Gen. Chapman, Maj. Porter \V a! bridge* 



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RHODE-ISLAND. 
Col. Jeremiah Olney, Prefrdent. 
Col. Archibald Crary, Vlce-Prefident. 
Col. Robert Rogers, Secretary. 
Col. Ephraim Bowen, Treafurer. 

Society of Free Mafons. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut, 

A. L. 5802. 

Moft WorfhipFul Stephen T. Hofmer, Grand Matter* 

Right Worfhipful David Daggett, D.G.M. 

Worftiipful Ebenezer Huntington, S.G. Wi 

Worihipful Samuel Ballamy, J.G.W. 

Henry Cnampion, G-. T. 

John Mix, G. S. 

David Baldwin, S. G- D. 

Samuel Whittlefey, J. G. D. 

Mofes Cleveland, G. Marflyal!. 

Right Rev. Abrani Jarvis, D. D. Grand Chaplain. 



Officers of Deputy Grand Chapter. 

j William Juald, D. G H. P. 
Samuel Bellamy, D. G. K. 

John Mix, D. G. S. 

Peter Johnfon, D. G. T. 

Rev. John Tyler, D. G. Chaplain. 

Chapters of Royal Arch Mafons, 
In the ftalc of Connecticut, 

Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Wafhington Ch ipter, Middletown. 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchefter. 
Franklin Chapter, New-Haven. 



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Matters' Lodges, in Conne&icut. 



No. i. Hiram, New-Haven, 

2. St. John's, Middletown. 

3. St. "John's, Newfield, 

4. Do. Hartford. 

5. Union, Greenwich. 

6. St. John's, Norwalk. 
7 K.Solomon's, Woodbury 

8. St. John's, Stratford. 

9. Compafs, WalHngford. 

10. Woofter, Colchefter. 

11. St. Panl's, Litchfield. 

12. King Hiram, Derby. 

13. Montgomery, Sal: fbtiry. 

14. Frederick, Farmington. 

15. Moriah, Wind. County. 

16. Temple, Cheihire. 

17. Federal, Watertown. 

18. Hiram, Newtown. 

19. Wafhington,H'untington 



24. Uriel, Tolland. 

25. Columbia, Stepnev. 

26. Do. Eaft-Haddam. 

27. JtifingSun. Washington. 

28. Morn. Star, fc. Windier. 

29. Village,Weft-5i:nibuiy. 

30. Day Spring, Hamden. 

31. Union, New-London. 

32. Meridian Sun, Warrea. 

33. Friendiuip,Soiithin£ton. 
34- Somerfet, Norwich. 

35. Aurora, Harwingtcn. 

36. St. Mark's, Granby. 

37. Weftern Star, Norfolk. 

38. St. Alban's, Guilford. 

39. Ark, Wefton. 

40. Ujiion, Danbury. 

41. Federal, Brookfielcf. 



42. Harmony, Water-bury. 
43- Trinity, KiHingwortk. 



20. Harmony, Berlin. 

21. St. Peter's, N.Milford.f44- EafternVtar, Lebanc 

22. Hart's, Woodbridge. 45- Pythagoras, Lvme. 
t 23. St. James'*, Prefton, | 



At a Meeting of the General Ajfociatkn of iht 
State ef Conneelicut, June 1 jttf, 1 8©o. Thejcl^ 
lowing Gentlemen were ckojtn a Committee of 
Certification, viz. 

Pvev. McfTrs. Dr. fiew-ijj David Ely, Dr. Trambi !J 
Samuel ?>lk, Jo!;n Devotion, fofeph Strong, Motes 
C. Welch. Dr. Nathan Willi, m?, NatHrn Perkins V\ iV 
Jiam Robinfon, Samuel J. Mills. Dan Utsntmcton -r j 
Andrew Lee. l " 7 



II 



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The following is alifi of Candidates > licenfed in Con- 
necticut as returned to the General Affociation % viz. 

Robert Porter, Farmington, Salmon King, New- Hart- 
ford, Sylvefter Dana, Wilkefbarre, (Penn.) Henry Davis, 
Eafl> Hampton, (L.I.) Jofiah B. Andrus, Sothington, 
Vinton Gould,Sharon,AmafaJerome,Stockbridge,(MafT.) 
Thomas Lewis, Waterbury, Epb'm T. Woodruff, Far- 
aington, Gideon Burt, Long- Meadow, (Mail*.) Hum- 
phrey Moore, Princeton, (MafH) Jeremiah Atw-.ter, 4th, 
New-Haven, Archibald Baffett, Derby, Timothy Field, 
Guilford, John Niles Co!chefl:er,Ifaac Jones, N. Haven, 
Jeremiah Day, Wafhington, — — Belden, Weft-Hart- 
ford, - ' . ■<■ Johnfoh,&aft-Windfor, — Hart,Berlin, 
Stephen V/iJliams, and Timothy Williams, Woodftoek, 
, — IVLs ich, Prefton. 

The next General Afifociation is to be holden at Litek- 
field, at the houfe of the Rev. Dan Huntington, on the 
third Tuefday of June, i8:>i, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. 



BANKS. 

HARTFORD BANK. 
John Caldwell, efq. President. 
Norman Knox, Calhier. 
Dire clots. 
efTrs. John Caldwell, t Thomas Bull, 

fofcn Morgan, Aaron Olmfted, 

Eohraim Root, j Wm. Mofely, 

George Goodwin, I Samuel Gilbert. 

Ezekiel Williams, jr. | 

UNION-BANK. NEW LONDON. 

Jedediah Huntington, efq. Prefident. 

Robert H Ham, Calhier. 

Directors. 

Meff.Jedediah Huntington, | Jofeph Howland, 



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George Hallam, 
Samuel Woodbridge, 
Elias Perkins, 
Bela Peck, 
James. Tilley, 
Simeon Thomas, 



Jona. Starr, 
Daniel Lathrop, 
Guy Richards, 
Uriah Tra»y, 
Win. Richards. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK, 

Ifaac Beers, efqr. Prefident. 

William Lyon, Cafhier. 



Me firs. Ifaac Beers, 
Jofeph Drake, 
Tnaddeus Beecher, 
John Nicoll, 
Abraham Bradley, 



Eneas Munfon, jr. 
Stephen Allyn, 
Frederick Hunt, 
J^ichard Cutler. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezev Huntington, efq. Prefident. 

Hezekiah Perking, Cafhier. 

Direfiers. 



MeiTrs. Elsen. Huntington, 
Thomas Fanning, 
Joihua Huntington, 
Elias Brown, 
Thomas Lathrop, 
Jabcz Perkins, 



Elijah Ilonfe, 
Benjamin Snow, 
Levi Huntington, 
Benjamin Co it, 
Roger Bulkley, 
Simeon Breed. 



WASHINGTON BANK, tVESTERLT. 
Roufe Babcock, efq. Prefident. 
Arnold Clark, Caihier. 
Directors. 
MefTrs. Roufe Babeock, | Ifaac Williams, 2d* 

George Tburilon, \ Daniel Lee, 

Elifha Denifon, j William Rhodes, 

Benj. Butler, 1 Thomas Butler, 

Benj. Koxie, | William Williams, ji 



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Thomas Ncyes, 
George Perry, 
Coddingtou Billirigt, 



John Crofs, jr. 
Jofeph Potter. 



Lift of the Courts in the New- 
ftates, for each month. 



England 



NGTE*~- 1. F.€. ftdnds for Supreme Federal Court. C. 
F G C^-;v.^ Witerti Court. D-F.C. Difiritf Feleral 
Qovrt* S.J.C. Supreme 'Judicial Court. S.C. Supreme 
CwirU S.CE. Supreme Court of ' Errtrs. C.P. Cowmen 
Pie&s. C-C. County Court. 



uy 



J A 1*3 -jARY begins 

dav, h ith 3 i da}? 



Jhdrf- 



,r 



tr.-ex 






d 15 

9 16 
1 o I 7 
T 2 



::JdV, .6 
I. N. Haven, 



19 



[ i 
12 

11 20 2 7 

T4 2r i3 

ftTuc 



.rlingt Vt. 
irfiefel, 

VIkl ileburv, 



1 ft cfo'; 

PjA da. 

3:1 do. 



Warren, 2d do. 

Rodiefter, 3d, do. 
Northampton, Vfenday 
next prec. %d do. 
— nriflol, ad Mond. 

29', £. Greenwich, 3 I c\o. 

Dinville, I ft do. 

February, begins on 

Suadriy, 23 days. 
3.F.C PldladeL 
D F.C. Wifidfor, 
— ._. N e \v por fc, 

K- rli'vien 

S.J.C. Dedhimj 
Button, 



jftM:>nd. 
ift do. 
I ft Taef. 
3d do. 
1 ft do. 
2d do. 
2d do 



C 



-.Rutland, rft Tiief. of. S.C Hartford, 

tec 4th do I Manchefrer, 3d Tuef. 

— Litchfield, laftdo. next following 4th 

?.. Lenox, Mond. prcced. Tuef. in January. 

n't Ttiefday. ; Tolland, 4th Tuef. 

— — Bofton, "ift'Tuef.j Dover, 4th do. 

— New-G!ouc 1 ft do. Po-tfmoutb, ift do. 

-— ~ Ponimouth, ift do. C.P.S.outhkingft. 2d Mond. 



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C C.Tolland, 2d Tuef. 

Burlington, laft Tuef- 

d?y lave one. 



MARCH, begins on Suday, 
31 days. 

D.F.C. Pownalb. ift Tuef. 

— — Salem, 3d do. 

Portsmouth, 3d do. 

S.C.Windham, ift do. 
Norwich, 4th do. 

Newport, iflMond. 

Brifto), 2d do. 

—Providence, 3d do. 

C.P.Concord, Mond. prec. 
3d Tuefday. 
f - Worcefler, Mond. pre- 
ceding 4th do. 

. Sherburne, lafl Tuef. 

— -Amherft, laft do. 

•— — Barnftable, laft do. 

— Portland, lafl do. 

' Haverhill, ift do. 

CCMiddlebury, ift Mond. 
I St. Albans, 2d do. 

— — Woodflock, 3d do. 

— — New-Haven, 3d Tuef. 

—Hartford, 3d do, 

C.P.Rutland, 3d Tuef. 

—Litchfield, 4th do. 

— — Haddam, laft do. 



Worcefler, 4th 60. 

— — Northamp. 2d Tuef. 
next after 4th do. 

York, s J Tuef. next 

after 3d do. 
S C Southlungft. 4th Mond. 

Eaftgreenwich, 2d do. 

C.P. Krene, 1 ft Tuef. 

J-'lvmouth, -id do. 

— Ipfwicb, 2d do. 

Boflon& York, 3d do, 

Edgarton, 3d Mond 

Lenox and Taunton, 
Mond. prec. 3d. do. 
— Dctlham, " laft do, 
C.C. Fairfield, 3d Tuef. 



MAY, begins on Friday, 

31 days. 
C.F.C. Windfor, ift day. 
Portsmouth, 19th do. 
D.F.C, Rutland, 2d Mond. 

Providence, 2d Tuef. 

Hartford, 3d do. 

.C. Portland, 4th TiieC 

next after 3d in Ap> 

»— -Lenox, 4th do. next 

after 4th in do. 
— — Augufta, 6tfe do, next 
after 3d ia do. 
S.G. Hcpkinton, ift do, 

CharIcflo\yn,N.H.3d do. 
C.P. Caftinc, ift do. 

— ■" r» Concord, Mond. prec. 
3d do. 



APRIL, begins on Wesinef 

day, 30 days. 
C.F.C. New-York, ift day. 

■■■' N. Haven, 13th do.?—— N01 thampton, Mond 

S. J.C. Concord, 2d Tuef.1 next prec. 4th do. 

** Ipfwich, 3d do. , Newport^ 3d Mond* 

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C.P. Providence, 4th Mond. 
JUNE, begins on Monday, 

3^ days. 
C.F.C. Bolton, ill day. 

- Newport, 15th do. 
D.F.C. Bofton, 4th Tuef. 

« Exeter, 3d do. 

— — — Portland, 3d do. 
S.J.C. Plymouth, ad do. 
•— — — Barnftable,3d do. 
— — — Pownalbo' 8th Tuef. 

next after 3d in Ap. 
— •— Caftine, loth, Tuef. 

next after 3d in Ap. 
S.C. Plymouth, n.h. ift Tu 
S C.E- Newhaven, ift do. 
C.P. Briftol, iftMond. 
— - Pownalboro* iftTHef. 
Worcefter, Mond. pre. 

2d Tuefday. 
C.CK.Manchefter, iftMond. 
— ^Kewfane, sd do. 

Chelfea, 2d do. 

C.P. Augufta, 2d Tuef: 
C.C Newlondon, 2d do. 
-—-—Danville, laft Monday 



JULY begins on Wednefday, 

hath 31 days. 
S.C. Middletown Jaft Tuef- 
day, lave one 

N. Haven, laft Tuef. 

C. P. Bofton, ** ift* do. 
— Salem, 2d do. 



D.F.C. Windfor, ill do. 
— - Newport, ift Tuef. 
— Newhaven, .3d do. 
S.J.C. Dedham, ift do. 
_ Bofton, 2d do. 

S.C. Newfane, ift do. 

— Danbury, 2d do. 

— Litchfield, 3d do. 

— Woodftoek,V.3d do. 

— Chelfea, 2d Tuef next 
following 3d do. 

— Danville, 3d Tuefday 
next follow. 4th do. 

— Newport, 4th Mond. 
CP. Plymouth, 2d Tuef. 
— - Exdter, ad do. 
Waterboro* 4th do. 

■ Worceft. Mond. next 
preceding 2d do. 
— — Southkingft. 2d Mond. 
— • - Eaftgreenw . 3d do. 

Machias, 3d Tuef. 

— — Gilmantown, 3d do. 
— - Windham, %d do. , 

— Northampt. Mon. next 
preceding laft Tuef. 



- 



AUGUST, begins on Satur- 
day, hath 31 days. 
S.F.C.Fhiladel. iftMond. 



SEPTEMBER, begins on 

Tuefiiay, 30 days. 
C.F.C. Newyork. ift day. 

Hartford. 

D.F.C. Pownalb. 



Salem, 

Portfmouth, 

S.J.C. Worctfler, 

vdls, 

— —Northampton, 3d do, 
—^—Portland, 3d do, 



17th do. 
ift Tuef. 
2d do. 
3d do. 
ill do. 
2d do. 



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— — Augufta, 4th do, 
_— Pownalb. next Tuef. 
after the 4th 



S.C.Hartford, 
— — — Dover, 

Exeter, 

— — Windham, 

■ Newlondon, 
Briftol, 

■ ■■■■ Providence, 
C.P. Concord,Len 

ox, & Taunton 
Mond. preced 

— Topftiam, 
— *■*• Dedham, 

— Caftine, 

— — Hopkinton, 



ift Tuef 

ift do. 

3d do. 

3d- do. 
4th do. 
2d Mond. 

3d do. 






2d do. 



2d do. 

la ft do. 

laft do. 

ift Tuef 



— ■ ■■ Plymouth, nh. ift do. 

Gharleft. n.h. 4th do. 

C.C. Litchfield, 3d do. 

Tolland, 2d do- 

Woodft. V. 3d Mond. 

*—— Burlington, Vmt. laft 

Monday, fave two. 
— Middlebury, laft Mon 



C.P. Bofton, Sher- 
burne &: N:w- 
buryport. ift Tuef. 

_— Portland, 3 d do » 

• -Tisbury and 

Biddeford, laft do* 

NOVEMBER, begins on 

Sunday, 30 days. 
C.F.C Exeter, 2d day. 

Providence, 16th do. 
D.F.C. Rutland, ift Mond- 
Providence, 3d Tuef. 

Hartford, 3 d d <>; 

S. J.C.Salem, 2d do. 

S.C. Haverhill, N.H. ift do. 
C.P. Barnftuble. ' ift do. 

Northampton. Mond. 
next preced in g3d do. 

Plymouth, 3 d do. 

Cambridge, 3d 'do. 
OC. Hartford, ift Tuef. 

Middletown, 2d do. 



, OCTOBER, begins on 

Thurfday. 31 days. 
C.F.C. Rutland, 3 d da y 
— — Bofton, 20th day, 

S.J.C. Lenox, 2d Tuef. next 

after 3d in Sept. 
— - Taunton. 3d Tuefd 

— Cambridge,- 4th do. 
S.C: Amherft, ift do 
— — Keene, 3 d do - 

— Southkingft. 2d Mon. 
— — E.Greenwich, 4th do 



1 Danbury, 


3d do. 


— Rutland, 


3d do. 


— hi Norwich, 


4th do. 


Nevjhaven, 


4th do. 


St. Albans, 


2d Mond. 


C.P. Newport, 


ift do. 


DECEMBER, 


begins on 


Tuefday, 3 


[ days. 


D.F.C. Bofton, s 


and 


Portland, 


ift Tuef. 


— Exeter, 


3d do. 


S.C. Hacidam, 


laft do. 


_~ St Albans, 


laft Mond, 



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C.P. Worcefter, Mond. pre- 
ceding ift do. 

— Taunton. Mond. pre- 
ceding 2d do. 

— — Augufta, 2d Tuef. 



C. Windham, 2d Tuef. 

, — New fane and 

Chelfea, 2d da- 

— * ~ Bennington, 3d do. 
CP. Providence, 3d do. 



LIST OF STAMP DUTIES, 

For every fkin or piece of vellum or parchment, or meet 
or piece of paper, upon which mall be written or 
printed any or either of the inftruments or writings, 
following, to wit : 

ANY certificate of naturalization, — 5 dollars. 
h Any licence to practice, or certificate of the ad- 
raiffion, enrollment or regiftry of any councilor, Soli- 
citor, Advocate, attorney, or proctor, in any court of 
the United States, — 10 dollars. 

Provided, thar a certificate in any one of the courts of 
United States, for any one of the faid offices, fhall Co 
far as relates to the payment of the duty aforafa id, 
be a fufficient admiilion in all the courts of the Uiiited 
States, for each and every of the faid offices. 
Any grant orletters patent, under the feal or authority 
of the Uaited States (except for lands granted for milita- 
ry fcrvices,} — 4 dollars. 

Any exemplification or certified copy of any fuch grant 
or letters patent (except for lands granted for military 
fervice.) — 2 dollars. (1 dollar. 

Any charter-party, bottomry or refpondentiab ond,— 
Any receipt or difcharge. for or on account of any le- 
gacy left by any will, or other teftamentary inftrumerir, 
or for any fnare or part of a perfonal eflate, divided by 
force of. any ftatute of di-ftributions other than to the 
wife, children or grand children of the perfon decenfed, 
th' amount whereof (hall be above the value of fifty 
dollars, and fhall not exceed the value of one hundred 
dollars, 25 cents. 

When the amount thereof fhall exceed the value of 



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one hundred dollars, an - fh^ll not exceed five hundred 
dollars — 5° cents. 

And tor t very 'further Aim of five hundred dollars, the 
additional Aim of,— I dollar. 

Any policy cf infurance or inftrument in jwfure t^ere- 
of, wii«n the Aim for which insurance is made ihall rot 
exceed five hundred dollars, -.-25 cents. 

When the Aim infured mall exceed five hundred dol- 
lars, — i dollar. 

Any exemplification of wh^t nature foever, tl»at fhali 
pafs the fcal of any court, other than futh as it may be 
the Uity of the clerk of fuch court to furoifh for tlie 
ufe of the United States, or fome particular itate, «. 
50 cents. 

Any bond, bill fingle or penal, inland VI of exclr-n^e, 
promiffory note or ofher note (other than any .erogm- 
zance, bill, bond or other obligation or contract, ni ide 
to or with t&e (Jutted 5ta es any '.ate, or for their 
ufe rsfpeeVivr 1 ; ; n(l anj b i4% required : n any cafe by 
thejaws -flftfieCtJiuted tares, o of any (1 re, upon le- 
gal pro cefs, or b any judici \ pfpee dii g, or for the 
faithful perfoYHl rice <>i' -\v> trpft-oi 

If above twent) ddllarsand n ing one hun- 

dred do'V.rs.— f -.-.- o ats, 
^ If above one hundred and not ?xc Ave hun- 

dred dollars, — 25 cents 

It" above five hundred and not exceeding :>e thoufand 
dollars, -—50 cents. 

And if above one thoufand dollars. — 75 cents. 

Provided, that if any bonds or notes {hall be payable 
at or within fixty' days, furh bonds or nofes dial' be 
fubject to only two-fifth parts of the duty aforefaid, viz. 

If above twenty and not exceeding one hundred dol- 
lars. 4 c^nts. 

If above one hundred, dollars and not exceeding five 
hundred dollars, — 10 cents. 

If above five hundred dollars and not exceeding one 
thoufand dollars, — 20 cents. 



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Any foreign bill of exchange, draft or order for the 
payment of money in any fqreign country, — 20 cents. 

The faid duty being chargeable upon each and every 
bill of exchange, without re fpecl to the number contain- 
ed in each fet. 

Any note or bill of lading or writing or receipt in na- 
ture thereof, for goods or merchandize to be exported ; 

If from one diitrict. to another diftrieYof the United 
States, not being in the fame date, — 4 cents. 

If from the United States to any foreign port- or 
place, — 10 cents. 

The faid duty being chargeable upon each and every 
bill of lading without refpeft to the number contained 
in each fet. 

Any notes iffued by the banks now eftablifhed or that 
may be hereafter eftablifhed within the United State?, 
other than the notes of fuch of the faid banks as fnall 
agree to an annual compofition of one per centum 011 
the annual dividends made by fuch banks, to their (lock- 
holders reflectively, according to the following fcale : 

On all notes not exceeding fifty dollars, for each dol- 
lar— 6 milles. 

On all notes' above 50 dollars and not exceeding one 
hundred dollars — 50 cents. 

On all notes above one hundred dollars and not e>v.- 
ccedhig five hundred dollars— 1 dollar. 

On ail nbtfcrs abeve five hundred dollars — 2 dollars. 

Any pfoteft or other notorial act — 25 cents. 

Any letter of attorney, except for an invalid penfion, 
or to obtain or fell warrants for land granted by the 
United States as bounty for military fervices performed 
in the late war — 25 cents. 

Anv inventory twr catalogue of any furniture, goods 
or effects, made in any cafe required by law (except in 
cafes of goods and chattels diftrained for rent or taxes, 
and goods taken in virtue of pny legal procefs by any 
officer— 50 cents. 

Any certificates of a marc in any infuratice company, 



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If above onetboufand dollars, — 30 cents. 
of a fhare in the bank of* the United States, or of any 
ftate or other bank > 

If above twenty dollars and not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars — 10 cents. 

If above one hundred dollars — 25 cents. 

If under twenty dollars, at the rate of ten cents for 
one hundred dollars. 1 



TABLE 
Of the Intereft on Dollars, Cents & Mills at 6 per Cent. 







**» 


it £* -5* 


lMont, 


$Mont. 


Dolla' 
Cents* 
Mills. 


Dollar 
Cents. 
Mills. 




6Mont. 
030 


1 Year. 


i o 6 


O 5 


l .B 


060 


2 G O 


010 


9 3 O 


060 


c 12 


3 00 


1 5 


P45 


O 9 G 


0180 


t 4 O O 


020 


060 


12 


24 


5OO P25 


° 7 5 


15 O 


30 


IO O O 


050 


o 15 


o 30 


60 


20 O O 


10 


30 


60 


1 20 


30 O O 


15 O 


45 


90 


x 80 


40 O O 


20 60 


1 20 


2 4O O 


50 O O 


25 


75 


I 50 .0 


3OO 


60 O 


30 


90 


1 80 


3 60 


7© O O 


35 


1 5 


2 IO O 


4 20 


So 


40 


1 20 


2 4O O 


4 80 


90 


45 


1 33 ° 


9 70 O 


5 40 


100 


50 


i i 5° 


3 


600 




o o O ~ • ij S 



i .• « i 



o8 5>t|t| 



^^^4^^^^t^^t^ 






^^1 W M ft' j ^ ^ 



8* 

s 

s 

o 



%^*^&&*&*f%®*%f& 



. -j O ' 



o •* o 



-* *° 



g I ' 






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Table ©f rateable Polls and Eftates for Connecticut. 
Doh.cts. 

POLLS from 21 to 70 years of age, at - 63 
Polls from 18 to 21 years of age, at - ja 
Oxen and Bulls four years old, at - - 10 
Cows, Steers, Heifers, and Bulls, 3 years old, at 7 
Steers, Heifers and Bulls, of 2 years old, at 5 34 

Stallion or feed Hosfe, more than 3 years oldi at 67 
Covering Jacks, - - - 34 

Horfe kind ef three years old, at - 10 

Horfe kind of 2 years old, at 7 dls. do. 1 year old, 3 34 
Mules, 3 years old and upwards, - - 10 

Mules, 2 years old, 7 dols. Mules, 1 year old, 
Acres of Plowland, at - - 

Acres of Upland, Mowing, and Clear Pafture, at 
Aeres of Boggy Meadow mowed, at 

' Acres of Boggy Meadow not mowed, at 
Acres e£ Meaddw-4and in Hartford county and 

Middlefex, - - - 

Acres ef other Meadow- land, at 
Adres of Bofli pafture, at 
Acaes of uninclofed land , firft rase, at 
Acres of uninclofed land, fecond rate, at 
Acres of uninclofed land, 3d rate, at 

^ Coaches, at 84 dls. Chariots, 67. Phaetrns, 
Coachees, 17 dls. Curricles, 34. Chaifes, 
Riding Chairs with open tops and Sulkies, at 
Gold Watches, at 
Silver and other Watches, at 
Steel and brafs wheel Clocks, at 
Wooden-wheel Clocks, at 
Ounces of Silver Plate, at 1 dollar and i 1 cents 

per ounce, at 6 per cent. 
Money on iaterelt, at 6 per cent. 
Haufes Fire-places, at 

Houfes Fire-places, depreciated one quarter, at 
Houfes Fire-places, ditto one half, at 
Houfes f ire-places f ditto three quarters, at 
I 



3 


34 


1 


67 


t 1 


34 


9 


84 





34 


2 


5* 


1 


«7 





34 





34 





17 





9 


5° 





*7 


© 


1© 




17 




s 




10 




3 


M 


2 


$3 


1 


83 


1 


25 





6: 



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Government of the United States. 
JOHN ADAMS, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Salary, 25,000 Dollars per annum : 

Which is neither to be encreafed nor di minified during the 

period for ivhich he Jhall have been defied. 

Mr. Shav/, Secretary to the Prefident. 

thomas jrffb:rson, 

Vice-Prefident, and Prefident of the Senate. 
Salary j 5,000 Dollar J per Annum". 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE, Sea 

John Marshall, Virginia, Secretary of State. 
Oliver Wo'icott, Connecticut, Sec'ry of the Treafury. 
5©l\a St ?< Iff, K. Carolina, Comptroller of the Treafury. 
Rich . :. Ham fon, Virginia, Auditor of the Treafury, 
jofeoh N jrfe, Virginia, Fritter of the Treafury. 
Sviili-i.ni r \T;ller, jun. Commillioner of the Revenue. 
Samuel Meredith, Pennfylvania, Treafurer. 
Samuel r>ext-?r, MafT-chufetts, Secretary at War. 
If te' ,Vii?l.^n,l :> 2nnfylva::',pMrve/orof Public Supplies. 
Cate, '.wn. &allc>ufetts, Pay-Mafter to the Army. 
S;i niuel Jffod£db$* Superintendent of Pub r ic Stores. 
Rufus Putnam, Survevor General. 
Benjantf*&o««t, Maulscbufetts, Sec'ry of the Navy. 
James \V«ihinfon, Brigadier Generil of tb- Troops. 
William •.' Barroug*«;, Lt. Col Comra. Marine Corps. 
m, Superintetidant of the General Stamp 
'OMce at > ■■ ,-.ihington. 



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SENATORS. 

The Prefident i* to have no vote, unlefs equally divided, 
2V> w- Ha mfi/bir e . 



John Larrgdon, 
Samtiel Liv<rmorc. 

Mfifdchxfeltj. 
Dwight Foiler, 
Jo^athr.n Mafon. 

KkGJe-If},;:;,?. 
Theodore Foitcr, 
Hay Greene. 

Ccr.ru i'li cut. 

James Hillhoufe, 
Uriah Tracy. 

New-York. 
Gouverneur Morris, 
John Arrnftrong. 

Nrw-Jc'?fry. 
Jonathan - Dayton, 
James Schureman. 

Penr.fylvania. 
William Bingham, 
James llofs. 

DelaiLiire* 
Henry Lattimer. 
William He Weils. 



Man/and, 
John E. Howard, 
James Lloyd. 

Virginia. 
Stephen T. Mafon, 
Wilfon C.Nicholas. 

North Carolina. 
Timothy Bloodwortb, 
jefTe Franklin. 

South Cdro/itJtt. 
Charles Pintkney, 
Jacob Road. 

Georgia. 
Abraham Baldwin, 
James Gunn. 

Vermont. 
Nathaniel Chipman, 
Elijah Paine. 

Kentucky. 
ohn Broww, 
Humphrey Maifhaji. 

Tenncjfie. 
John An'derfon, 
Daniel Smitr. 



Samuel A. Otis, Secretary to the Senute. 
Bifhpp White, Chaplain. 



FED.ERAL REPRESENTATIVES. 

Theodore Sedgwick, Speaker. 



New- HawjpJ&jre, 
Abiel Fcfter, 
J9.13'* in Freeman, 
James SheafFe, 
Samuel Tenny. 



Phanud Bifhcp, 
Baily Bartiett, 
Silas Lee, 
, Levi Jkbcoln, 



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Harrifbn G. Otis, 
John Reed, 
Nathan Reid, 
Theodore Sedgwick, 
William Sfcepard, 
Creorge Thatcher, 
Jofeph B. Varnujn, 
Ptleg Wadfworth, 
Lemuel Williams. 

Rhode-IJlcind.. 
John Brown, 
Chriftopher G. Champlin. 

Connetlhut, 
Samu4 W. Dana, 
jokn Divenport, jr. 
*Wijriam Edmondy 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
ohn C. Smith, 

Vcrtmtit, 
Matthew Lyon, 
La wis 1\. Morris. 

Nciv-Tork. 
John Bad, 
Theodqr'us Bailey, 
Willian* Coop.;r, 
Philip v&h Gortlaiidti 
Lucas Elmandorii* 
Henry G'er.ru 
.fcdward Liyir.gfton, 
Jojas Watt* 
John Smith. 
John Thorn pfon, 

i\'tV.>^crj}y. 
John Condit, 
Franklin D^enporr, 



James H. Imlay, 
Aaron Kitchel, 
James Linn. 

Pennfijivitnit, 
Robert Brown, 
Albert Gallatin, 
Andrew Gregg, 
John Andre Hanna, 
Thoimas Hartley, 
Jofeph Heifter, 
J- W. Kittera, 
Michael Leib, 
Peter Muhlenburgh, - 
John Smilie, 
Richard Thomas, 
Henry Wood, 
Robert Wain. 

He la-ware. 
James A. Bayard. 

MarylstiJ. 
George Baer, 
William Craik, 
Gabriel Chriflie, 
John t)ennis, 
George Dent, 
Jofeph H. Nicholfon, 
Samuel Smith, 
John Chew Thomas. 

Virginia* 
J. Cabell, 
Matthew Clay, 
,'ohnDawfon, 
Thomas "Evans, 
J. Fugled on, 
Edwin Grey, 
Samuel Goode, 
David Holmes, 
George Jackfon. 



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Henry Lee, 
Anthony New, 
John Nicholas, 
Robert Page, 
Jofiah Parker, 
Leven Powell," 
John Randolph, 
John Trigg, 
Abraham Trigg, 
Littleton W. Tazewell. 

North - Carolina* 
Willis Alflon, 
Jofeph Dixorr, 
William B. Grove, 
Archibald Henderfon, 
William H. Hill, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
Richard D. Spai^fet, 
David Stone, 



Richard Stanford, 
Robert Williams. 

S$uth~ Cur o Una. 
Robert 6. Harper, 
Benjamin Hugar, 
Abraham Nott, 
Thomas Pinckney, 
John Rutlec'gc, jnn* 
Thomas Sumpter. 

Georgia. 
Benj. Talliaferro, 
James Jones. 

Kentucky. 
Thomas T. Davii > 
John Fowler. 

Ttntteff.ee, 
Wm> C. C. Claifeorne. 

N. W. Territory. 
Wm> Henry Hamilton. 



Jona. W. Condy, Clerk of the Houfe of Reprefentatiye* 
Aflibel Green, D. D- Chaplain. 






Judiciary of the United States* 
SUPREME COURT. 



Oliver Ellfwortb, of Connecticut, Chief jv.(lice. 
William Cuming, of Maffachufetts, ] 
Alfred Mooie, of North Carolina, | 
William Patterfon, ol'NGw-Jerfey, \ AlTociate juftices. 
Samuel Chafe, of Maryland, j 

Buihrod Washington, ©fVirginia t j 

Charles Lee, ©f Virfiiqfe-. Attornev-general. 

Elias S. Caldwell, of New-jerfcy\ Cltrk. 

The Records of the' Heart of Errcrs and Appeals in cafes of 

capture ', arc lodged in the Clerk's office of this Court % 

12 



( 102 ) 
JUDGES, &c. of the DISTRICT COURTS* 



Diftrift of 
Maine. 



Diftriel of 
N.Hampihire. 

DiftriA of 
V*rm«nc. 



Diftrift of 
Maifachufetts. 



Diflria of 
Khode-Ifland. 



Diftri& of 
Comie&faut. 



Diftrift of 
New- York. 



Diftrift of 

New-Jerfey. 



f David Sewall, Judge, iooo dollars. 

I Daniel Davis, Attorney. 

I John Hobby, Marihal. 
<{ David Howe, } rv *. 

I Ralph Hart Bowles. £ -Jr^Y 

I Seth Tinkbam, £ Marihals. 

L Henry Sewall Clerk. 
r* John Pickering, Judge, iooo dollars, 
Jeremiah Smith, Attorney. 
P Bradbury Gilley, Marihal. 
C Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 
("Samuel Hitchcock, Judge, io©odollars» 
J Charles Maifh, Attorney. 
P Jabez I. Fitch, Marihal. 
C Cephas Smith, Clerk. 
rjohn Lowel, Judge, i23o dollars. 
J John Davis, Attorney. 
P Samuel Bradford, Marihal. 
C Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 
'"Benjamin Bourne, Judge, iooo dollars. 
) David L. Barnes, Attorney. 
} William Peck, Marihal. 
^Edmund T. Ellery, Clerk. 
"Richard Law, Judge, iooodoHars* 
^Pierpont Edwards, Attorney* 
S Philip B. Bradley, Marihal. 
^ Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 
'John S. Hobart, Judge, 1500 dollars. 
) Richard Harrfon, Attoraey. 
) Aquila Giles, Marshall. 
^Daniel Dunfcomb, Clerk. 
-.Robert Morris, Judge, iooo dollars* 
) Lucius H. Stockton, Attorney, 
J Thomas Lewry, Marihal, 
'Robert Boggsj Ckrk. 



* 



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£• Richard Peters, Judge, i$oo dollars. 
DiftridV of j fared Ingerfoll, Attorney. 
Pennfylvania. J William Nichols, Marlhal. 

£ ., eierk. 

r Gunning Bedford, Judge, iooo dollars. 
Diftrict of S George Read, jun. Attorney. 
Delaware. j Robert Hamilton, Marlhal. 

£ Conway, Clerk. 

r James Winchefter, Judge, i8co dollars: 
Diftrift of jZsbulon Hollingfwortb, Attorney. 
Maryland. A David Hopkins, Marlhal. 

£ Philip Moore, Clerk. 

/-Cyrus Griffin, Judge, 1800 dollars. 
Diftrift of S Thomas Nelfon, jun. Attorney. 
Virginia. S David Meade Randolph, Marlhal. 

£ William Marlhal Cleik. 

s- Harry Innes, Judge, 1000 dollars. 
Diftricl of N William Clark, Attorney. 
Kentucky. "K Samuel M'Dowell,. Marlhal. 

(^Thomas Junftall, Clerk. 

{John Sitgieaves, Judge, 1500 dollars. 
Benjamin W ootis, Attorney. 
John S. Weft, Marlhal. 
Abner Neale, Clerk. 
! Thomas Bee, fudge, 1800 dollars. 
Thomas Parker, Attorney. 
Charles B Cochran, Marlhal. 
Thomas Hall, Clerk. 
[Jofeph Clay, jr. Judge, 1500 dollars* 
George Woodruff, Attorney. 
Oliver Bowen, Marlhal. 
Charles Harris, Clerk. 
[John M'Nairy, Judge. 
William P. Anderfon, Attorney, 
Robert Hays, Marlhal. 



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Supervifors of the Revenue, 



M«tf..crufetts t 
Rhoje Iflaftd, 
Con?iefticut % 
Vermont, 
2V<?w York % 

tfeiv Jerfey t 

Pennfylvania f 

Delaware) 

Mary land % 

Virginia y 

Worth- Carolina^ 

South- Carolina^ 

Georgia^ 

Kentucky^ 

Tenneffee, 



Nathaniel Rogers. 
Jonathan Jackfon. 
John S Dexter. 
John Chefter. 
Nathaniel Brufhe 
Nicholas FJfh. 
Aaroti Dunham. 
Henry Miller. 
Andrew Barrett. 
John Kilty. 
Edward Carrington. 
William Polk. 
Daniel Stevens. 
John Mathews. 
Thomas Marmall. 
John Oveiton. 



Officers of the Revenue Department. 

For the diftriet of Maffachu'etts. 
Benjamin IJncoIn, Collector, for the ports of Boftoa 

and Charleftown. 
Benjamin Weld, deputy collector. 
James Lovell, naval officer. 
Thomas Melvill, Airveyor and inspector of excife. 



Beverly^ 

Marble head, 
Neiuburyfrty 

GlouceJler t 



jofeph Hiller, collector*. 
William Pickman, naval officer. 
Bartholomew Ptttnam, furveyor. 
Jofiah Bacheldor, furveyor. 
Samuel Ruffe 1 Gerry, collector. 
Dudley Atkins Tyng, collector. 
Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer. 
Michael Hodge, furveyor. 
William Tuck, collector. 
Samuel Whitteajpre, furveyor. 



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Ipfwlch) Afa Andrews, collector. 

Jeremiah Staniford, furveyor. 
Plymouth, William Watfon, cofleetor. 

Levi Blount, furveyor. 
$amj\Abie % Jofeph Otis, collector. 

Nantucket, Stephen Huffey, collector. 

Edgarto-wn, John Peafe, collector. 

Neiobedforij Edward Pope, collector. 

Dhhtsn^ Hodijah Baylis, collector. 

Rehoboth) Lemuel Waytt, collector. 

York, ' Jofeph Tucker, collector. 

BiHJefitd mi 7 JeromiaIl Hil) colleaor . 
Pepperelbaro* 3 
Portland) Nathaniel Fadre Fofdick, collector. 

James Lunt, furveyor. 
Bath, William Webb, colleaor. 

W/ftjfst) Francis Cook, collector. 

Vfaldohorougk) Waterman Thomas, collector. 

PenobJ'cot) John Lee, collector. 

Frenchman* } J -B 'ay , Melatiah J ordon, collector. 
Mdchiat)' Stephen Miiith, collector. 

Piffiinmaqwdty) Lewis F. Delefdernier, collector. 

Tho's B. Wait, furveyor &iflfpecto( 
Thornafion % Thomas Vofe, furveyor. 

Kennebunk) Jonas Clark, collector. 

Diftrict of New -Ham p (hire. 
Portsmouth) Thomas Martin, collector. 

Samuel Adams, furveyor Zz inlpe&pr. 



Sitrlingtonj 



District ol Vermont. 
David Rufiell, coile&or* 



Diflrict of Rhode-Ifhnd and Providence. 
Ncivpert) VViilian^ Ellery, collector. 

Robert Cooke, naval officer. 
Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 



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Providence^ 



Patnxety 
North- Kitio Jfofi, 
Eift-JGreen-u'ich, 
Warren and 
Barrington^ 
Briftol, 

l\lt4C.duCk % 



Neiv Lcudo/ty 



Stmlngt 

MjIUu 



Neiu-Hir 

Fairfield, 
S^broohy 



'tfli 



Jeremiah Olnefj eoJ lector. 
William Bartuii, furveyor. 
Eben^zer Tlioropfon, naval' oiEcer. 
Jofeph ^qrn 9 furveyor. s 

D. Eldredge Updike, furveyor. 
Thomas ArufA!, .irveyor. 

> Nathaniel Philips, furveyor. 

Samuel Bofworth, furveyor. 
G,;orge Stiliman, Purveyor. 

Diftricr. of Connefticut. 

Jedidiah Huntington, collector. 

Nathaakl Richards, fuiveyor. 

Jonathan Trott, "J 

Khtnezer Goc'dard, f . r -^ 
i 9i ^n'u^' > jnfpectors. 

..-am 1 Vmttimor , f t 

H !>i y jepfon, ) 

NathcftueJ Saltopilall, jua.^veighei 

l fjneaAir'ffr, and ganger. 

J*inad|an Fa'mer, jun furveyor. 

Chauncey Whitt'iefeyj collector. 

Lambert m Cooper, furveyor. 

Robert Warner, "? . r c 

Iiaac Williams, 5 v 

D a v i d A'u it in, c o 1 1 e cl 6 r . 

William Munfon, furveyor. 

Samuel Sinedley, collector. 

Richard Dickifon, furveyor. 



Mint Eftabli foment. 

Elias Bcmdinot, Director; Hilary, 2000 dollars. 

Henry Voioht, Chief Coiner, 1500 

Robert icott, Engraver, 12:0 

Richard fo:«, Affoyer, 1500 

— _ — — t Wlc It Officer, 1503 

Dr. Benjamin Ru(b, Treafurer, 120* 



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niflioners of Loans. 


Officers. 


Salaries. 


John Pierce, 


650 dollars 


Thomas Perkins, 


1500 


jabez Brown, 


600 


William Imlay, 


1000 


John Cochran, 


1 500 


James Ewing, 


700 


Stephen Moylan, 


1500 


james Tilton, 


600 


Benjamin Hanvood, 


1000 


John Hopkins, 


^500 


Robert Rowan, 


1000 


John Neufville, 


1000 


Richard Wylly, 


700 



Com 

States. 
New- HampfoirC) 
Mafic bufetts, 
Rhode-Ijhnd, 
Connecticut, 
New York, 
(Wew-Jerfey, 
J*ennj)l\><inia % 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, 
North-Carolina^ 
South -Car tin a y 
Cecrria, 

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MINISTERS, CONSULS.. &c. 

From the United States, at foreign places. 

OLIV2R ELLSWORTH, William R. Davie, Wil- 
lie n Vans Murray, Commiflioners to treat with 

France. 
VJViJliam Smith, rninifter plenipotentiary for negotiating 

a treaty of amity and commerce with the Ottoman 

Porte. 
Rufus King, minifter at the Britifh court, and minifter 

plenipotentiary for negotiating a treaty of amity and 

commerce with the Emperor of Ruilia. 
Sarr.uel Williams, conful at London. 
Samuel Bayard, commercial agent at London. 
James Mauray, conful at Liverpool. 
Elias Vandrrhorft, conful at Briftol. 
Thomas Auldjo. vice conful at Cowes. 
Edward Pim, conful at Falmouth. 
George Knex, conful at Kingfton upon Hull. 
James holmes, conful at Belfaft. 



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jofeph Wilfon, conful at Dublin. 

Moles Young, conful at Madrid. 

William Willis, conful at Barcelona, in Spain. 

Joiiah Blakely, conful for St. Jago, ifland of Cuba. 

john Gavino, conful for the port of Gibraltar. 

William J. Miller, coaful at Calcutta. 

David Hunaphrtys, minifter at the SpanMh court. 

Jofeph M. Yznardi, conful at Cadiz. 

llobert Montgomery, conful at Alicant. 

John Q. Adams, minifter to the court of Berlin, and 
commiftioner to negotiate a treaty of amity and com- 
merce with Sweden. 

Michael Murphy, conful at Malaga. 

William Vans Murray, minifter plenipotentiary to ttie 
republic of Batavia. 

Sylvanus Bourne, conful for Batavia. 

Harry Grant, conful for the port of Leith, in Scotland. 

David Matt. Clarkfon, v>ce conful at St. Euftatius. 

Nicholas Itouflelet, conful at Eflfequibo and Bemerara. 

Turrel Tuftis, conful at Surinam. 

Edward Church, Conful at Lifbon. 

William Smith, plenipotentiary to Portugal 

Thomas Bulkley, conful at do. 

Samuel Harrifon, vice conful at do. 

Don Cairo, vice conful at Oporto. 

Tho's I. Gantt, Marine Agent at St. Kitts. 

B. de Ciamcufe Brown, deputy conful at do. 

Bonventuro, vice conful at Bellen. 

Charles O'Neil, deputy conful at St. Ubes. 

Lewis Pintard, Conful at Madeira. 

John Culman, conful at Otatava, in Teneriffe. 

John Clarke, vice conful at Teneriffe. 

John Treat, vice conful at Fayal 

Conrad Frederick Wagner, conful at Triefte r in Italy, 

Jouquin Joe de Barros, vice conful at Cape de Verds. 

Benjamin Hamnel Philips, conful at Curracoa. 



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Henry Cooper, conful at Santa Cruz. 

Oliver Pollock, commercial agent at thcllavannali. 

Daniel Hawley, conful at do; 

Procopio Jacinte Pollock, conful for port of N.Orleans. 

William E. Hulings, vice conful at New-Orleans. 

Thomas Grafts, agent in the Weft-Indies. 

Robert^Ritchie, conful at Port-au-Prince. 

Thomas Appleton, conful at Leghorn. 

JohnS. M. Mathieu, conful at Naples. 

HansRodolph Seabye, conful at Copenhagen. 

Elias Back man, ccnful at Gottenberg, in Sweden. 

Jofeph Pitcairn, conful at Hamburg. 

Arnold Delius, conful at Bremen. 

Fred. J. Wickelhaufen, conful for the port of Bremen. 

Frederick H. Wallaflon, conful at Genoa. 

Philip Mark, conful at Franconia, in Germany. 

Jomes Simpfon, Conful for Morocco. 

Richard O'Brien, conful gen. to all the Barbary States. 

James Leander Cathcart, conful for Tripoli. 

William Eaton, conful for city and kingdom of Tunis. 

Guifeppo Chiappe, agent at Mogador. 

John Miller RuiTel, conful at St. Peterfourg. 

Samuel Snow, conful at Canton in China. 

Thomas Randall, vice conful at ditto. 

'CONSULS, &c, from the United Netherlands. 

Francis Van Berckel, minifter refident at Philadelphia* 
John Ttofs, conful gen. from Hamburg, at ditto. 
Diederick Leertouver, conful at Mafiachufetts and New- 

Hampfnire. 
Herman Lc Roy, conful for New- York and New-Jerfey. 
J. H. C. Heineker, conful for Pennfylvania & Delaware. 
Adrian Valck, conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
Jan Booen Graves, conful for North and South Carolina. 



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CONSULS, &c. from Spain, 

Chevalier Blafic de Crofco, minifter. 

Jofoph Tgnatio de Viar, conful general at* Philadelphia. 

Thomas Stoughton, conful for New-Yor& 

Jofeph Wifeman, conful for Rhode-Ifland. 

John Stoughton, conful for Maffachufetts. 

John B. Beruabew, conful for Maryland. 

Anthony A. Vilalobos, conful for Virginia. 

John Murphy, conful for North and South Carolina. 

CONSULS, &c. from Great-Biitain. 

Robert Liflon, envoy extraordinary and minifter pleni- 
potentiary. 

Edward Thornton, tecretary to the legation. 

Thomas M'Donougb, conful for the ftates of MaiTachu- 
fetts, Rhode Ifland, Conne<n:icut and New Hamp- 
shire, rcfidenc? at Bofton. 

Phinehas Bond, conful general for the Middle and South- 
ern States, refidence at Philadelphia. 

John Hamilton conful for Virginia. 

Giorz? Miller, eonml for Norths Carolina and touth- 
Carolina, refolence at Charlefton. 

John Wallace, conful for Georgia. 

CONSULS, &c. from Portugal. 

Chevalier DeCofta, n%4»iffc@r, 

I&natius Palyart, conful general to the United States. 
Riclucl Codman, vice conful for Magfachufetts. ^ 
Tame-, B irry, vice conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
F ranis fames Ver Knocks, vice conful for S. Carolina. 
John Abrams, vice conful at New-York. 

CONSULS, &c. from Sweden and Pruflia. 
Charles F, Degen, vice conful for N. Hampfhire, MaflU- 

chufetts, and Rhode- Xflapct 
Jonathan Swift, vice conful from the kingdom of Swe-» 

den for this diftrift of Columbia, Virginia. 



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Joieph Winthrop, vice conful from Sweden, in SouUi- 

Carolina and Georgia. 
Charles Godfrey Polefke, conful general from Pruflia. 
Peter Collins, vice conful from Sweden for the ftate of 
Maryland. 

Federal Officers. 

For the Internal Revenue, Connecticut. 
John Chefter, Supervifor. 
Celleflors. — -, New-London.— Slwbael Breed, Nor- 
wich. — Dyer White, New-Haven.— -Thomas ChetteV, 
Hartford. — Robert Warner, Middletown.— -Frederick 
Wolcott, Litchfield. 

Auxiliary Officers, 
Samuel Rowland, -Fairfield. — Edmund Badger, Wind- 
ham.— Jared Cone, jun. Bolton. 



Marfhall of Cormefticut. 

Philip B. Bradley, of Kidgfi.eld. 
Deputies, Jofhua Huntington, of Norwich; Jehu Brain- 
ard, Hezekiah Clark, of New-Haven; Samuel Canfield, 
ot Middletown; Simon Clark, of Hartfoid ; — - * Kcei- 
er, of Ridgfield. 

Poft-Office Eftablifhment. 

JOSEPH HABERSHAM, Poft- Mailer- General. 
(Salary 2400 dollars.) 
Aeraham Bradley, Afliflant, (Salary 1200 dollars.) 

RATES of POSTAGE 

For Letters conveyed by land, firgle, double and triple* 

Any diftance not exceeding 4$ mites 8 cents. 

over 40 — ' 90 — 10 

90 — - 1 50 j 2 | 

150 : 300 17 

— - 30D — ■ 500 20 

■— — 5OO - - - .-"-'■■* * ~ £3 



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Double letters are double, and triple letters, triple of 
thefe rates. A packet of the weight of* one ounce, at 
the rate of four fwgte letters, and in like proportion 
for one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters paffing by fea, in packet boats, the 
property of the United States, 8 cents each ; double 
letters 16 centSs; and triple letters 24 cents. All let- 
ters or packets by private vefTels, 2 cents each, with 
tfie addition of .poftage, if deftined to any other place 
than where the veffel may arrive. 

No veflel can be permitted to report, make entry, or 
break bulk, until the mailer has delivered to th Poft- 
Mafter all the letters brought in his veflel, except thofe 
for the owner or confignee. 

POSTAGE on NEWSPAPERS. 
Eack paper net carried over 100 miles one cent, and 
over 100 miles, one awd an half cents. But if carried 
to any Pofl-Ofnce in the iiate in which it is printed, 

whatever be the diftance, the pjftage is only one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the meet. 

vU.y diftance not exceeding S^ miles one cent. Over 
50 and not exceeding ioo miles, one and an half cents. 
Any greater diftance two cents. 



l//f tf Pojl-Majiersy in the cities and principal towns 

in the United States. 
Maine, Monmouth, John Chandler, 

Portland, Samuel Freeman, 

Bath, D. Sewall, 

Plymouth, William Goodwin, 

Brunfwick, Andrew Deming, 

Wells, Jofeph Storer, 

Ncw-Hamffiirc, Walpole, Al exander Thomas, 
Portfmoiitb, Mark States, 

Mutftcbufctts, Boften, Jonathan Haftings, 



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Salem, 

Dedham, 

Nantucket, 

Northampton, 

Wifcafiet, 

Williamftown, 

Greenfield, 

New bury port, 
*i New-Bedford, 

Stockbridge, 

Springfield, 

Rhode- I/lnnd, Newport, 

Providence, 

South-Kinglton, 

Briflol, 

Wefterly, 
I Connecticut y Hartford, 

New -Haven, 

New-London, 

Norwalk, 

Guilford, 

Saybrook, 

Norwich, 

Stratford, 
x J)erby, 

Wallingford, 

Windham, 

Stonington, 

Plaiafield, 

Cokhefter,- 

Suffield, 

Middle town, 

Pomfret, 

Lyme, 

Wethersfield, 

Killingworth, 

Fairfield, 

Danbury, 



John Dabney, 
J. Shuttlcworth, 
William Coffin, 
Levi Lyman, 
Ebenezer Whither, 
William Starkweather 
Thomas Dickman, 
Bulkley Emerfon, 
W. Toby, 
Horatio Jones, 
J.Byers, 
J. Richardfon, 
William Wilkinfon, 
Sarr.uelE. Gardiner, 
Hezekiah Ufher, 
Route Babcock, 
EzekiaJ WiJliams, jr. 
Elias Beers, 
Richard Douglafs, 2d. 
William Lockwoed, 
IVIedad Stone, 
l^unaphrey Pratt, 
Gardiner Carpenter, 
V. Wetmore, 
S. J. Andrews, 
James Carrington, 
John Byrne, 
Jonathan Palmer, jr. 
Ebenezer Eaton, 
Samel A. Peters, 
William Gay, 
Wenfiey Hobby, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, 
Marffifield Parfons, 
Levi Butler, 
Samuel Crane, 
Thaddeus Burr, 
Kbenezer R, While; 



K 2 



C "4 ) 



Stafford, 

Canaan, 

Litchfield, 

Farmington, 

Miiford, 

New-T§rk 9 New-York> 

Canadarqua, 

Albany, 

Hudfon, 

JLanfingburgb, 

Geaeva, 

New burg, 

Trey, 

Sag-Harbour, 

Neuu-Jerfe^ Trent on. 

Newark, 

Burlington, 

EUzabethtown, 

Middleton-Point, 

Pennfjlvunfa) Philadelphia* 

Lancaffcer, 

Ohefter,. 

Briftol, 

Pitt (burg, 

Delaware, Wilmington, 

Maryland, Baltimore, 

Ana <■ polls, 

Georgetown, 

Havre dc Graffe, 

Virginia, Alexandria,. 

Norfolk, 

Willhirnfburg, 

Richmond, 

New- London, 

Feterkrurgh, 

Stu th Caroihi*) C fca r le ft on , 

Georgetown, 

YermoiA \ WimUbr^ 



A. Darenport, 
O. Burrill, 

B. Taimage, 
Samuel Richards ? 
Wm. Durand, 
Sebaftian Bauinan, 
Thomas Chapin. 
George W. Mancius, 

C. Gelfton, 

J. B. Shelden, 
E. H. Gordon, 

Caldwell. 

J. Wood w or tli, 
H. P. Bering, 
Peter Gordon,, 
J. Burns, 
T. Neil, 
T. Chapman, 

D. Ferexnan, 
Robert Patton ? 
G. Moore, 
Aaron Cobouro, 
Jofeph CI urn, 
George Adams, 
Edward Gilpin, 
Alexander Furniv^ 
S. Green, 
Richard Feuft, 
Samuel Jay, 
James M. McRca, 
Edward Archer, 
James Davis,. 
Auguftin Davis, 

H. W. Lange, 
John Gram me r, 
Thomas W. Badcfr, 
Abraham Cohcn^ 
B» Cs«tf ns* 



•■i 



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Burlingto*, 

Wilkfclbarre, 

'Bennington, 

Rutland, 

N. W. Territory, Marietta. 



John Fay, 
Lord Butler, 
Micah J. Lyman, 
Nathaniel Grove, 
J. Munro. 



(No. I.) 
Road to Newport. 
Grotan, miles 4 
Stonington, 5 

Paucatuc bridge, 5 
Charleftown, 8 
Tower Hill, 
Ferry, 
Newport, 



17 



49 
(No. II.) 
Lower Road to Pro- 

VfDBJJCE. 

To Towerhill, 39 
North-Kingfton, 6 

10 

3 

10 



R O A 

Scituate, 

— Mancliefter, 

Providence, 

Attleborough, 

■— Holmes, 

Wrcnton, 

Walpole, 

Dedham, 

Roxhury, 

Boflon, 



D S. 



Greenwich, 

T'ulling-Mill, 

Providence, 



68 

; (NO. Ill) 

Middle read to Pro- 
vidence 8c Station. 
Turnpike, Mont- 
ville, 7 

Norwich, 
Li (ban, 
PlainSeld, 
Tel un town, 



12 



102 
(No. IV.) 
From Bofton to 
Newburyport, 45 
From Newbury- 
port to Ports- 
mouth, 22 
Fr&m Portfmouth 
ta Portland, 62 
v From Portland to 
Machias, 203 

332 



Colchefter, 1 

— Arnold, i< 

— Brown, j 
Over the Ferry t 

Middletown, 
Rocky-Hill, 
Wether sfield, 
Hartford, 



(No. VI.) 
fioad to Dartincutl 

College, 
Montville, 
Norwich, 
Franklin, * 

Windham, ^ 

Afhford, I' 

Union, 
Brim field, 
Palmer, 
Belch? raown, 
Amherii, 
Sunderland, 
{Montague, 



(No. v V0 
Road to Hartford fyjNortlifald, 
Middletown. (Hiufdale, 
6jMt»ntvi!lc, 7iChefteifieId, 

8 — Otis, 4JV/eft-moreland, 

4J— Cbamberlain, 3|Walpok, 



Charleftown, 


9 


Claremont, 


S 


Corniih, 


JO 


Plainfietd, 


5 


L banOn, 


5 


College, 


5 




T^ 


Road to New- 


Ha 


ven a#d ^lew- 


York. 




Lyme, 


15 


Acrofi the Ferry 


to Say brook 


5 4 


KiHirigwortb, 


9 


Guilford, 


10 


Bradford, 


10 


New-Haven, 


9 


Milford, 


i® 


Stratford, 


4 


Fairfield, 


*9 



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Norwnlk, 
tamford, 
(iorfeneck, 
Aye, 

Merineck. 
New-llochcl, 
Xingfbridge, 
Kkw-Yorx, 



ift 



*45 
K^w New- York to 

Philadelphia. 
Newark, 
HLlizabethtowir, 
Wood bridge, 
Srunfwick, 
Ten Mi;e Run, 
Princeton, 
Trenton, 
Briftoh 
Penny- Peck, 



Frankfort, 

PHILADELPHIA, 



6 96 

4 From Philadelphia 
4 to Alexandria. 
9 Derby, 7 

iSJChefter, 8 

Wilmington, 13 
Chriitiaubridge, 9 
Head Elk, is 

Charleftown, 10 
Acrefs the Sufque- 



hannah, 
Baltimore, 
Rope Ferry, 

— Spurrier's, 

— Hofe's, 
Alexandria, 



7 

.3* 

3 
8 
S 

28 

^5 



w 4 TABLE fee-wing the difference of nigh-Water at fever al 
■places from New- London* 

THE fixtk column of each monthly page fhews the 
time of High-water at New-L©ndon, New-York, 
Elizabethtown-Point, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlcpen, 
Co«:k-Spur, in Georgia, ar.d Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina— -to which if you add ativ4 fubtracr. as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high water at t»e fol- 
lowing places. — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time mult be added 5 (5) fubtracted— H ftands for 
hours, M for minutes. 

Names of Places, H M.| Names of P frees. H.M. 
Albany A 6 30] Annapolis, Novfc, A 3 o 

Amboy S o 45 Ncwbedford 5 1 12 

Annapolis, M*r, $ 2 oIjBofton A 2 15 



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Karnes of Places. 

Burlington A 

Canfo A 

Cape-Ann A 

Cape Fear 5 

Gfcfco Bay A 

Charlefton bar S 

Fairfield A 
Frederica, Georgia^ S 

Georgetown bar 5 

Guilford A 

Hackenfack A 

Halifax A 

Hell- Gate A 

Hartford A 

Hingham S 

Huntington A 

Ipfwich A 

James Town A 

Kingftown, Efop. A 

Louifbourgh A 

Main Ocean S 

Mobille Point A 

Nantucket 5 

Newburyport A 

New- Haven A 

New-Providence S 



Names of Places. 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 



Penobfcot 

Penfacola 

Philadelphia 

Pifcataway 

Plymouth 

Polepel's Ifland 

Port Royal, 3. C. 

Portfmouth 

Providence 

Purifburgh, S. C. 

Quebec 

Recdy-Ifland 

Rhode-Mand 

Salem 

Sandy-Hook 

Savannah 

Saybrook 

St. Auguftins, B. 

St. John's Newf. 
OjSunbury, Geor. 
3>Tybee Bar 
45|White-Stone 
50I Williainfburg, V. 



A 
S 
A 

A 

A 
A 
S 
A 
s 
s 

A 
A 
S 

A 

S 

S 

A 

S 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 



1 251 Wilmington, N.C. A 



o 
15 
45 
45 
45 
12 
15 
15 

o 
30 
15 
45 
IS 
15 



LIST OF THE 

AMERICAN NAVY, 

FRIGATES. 

Guns. 
44 Com. John Barry. 
44 Capt. Sijns Talbot. 
44 Capt. Taos- Truxton, 
44 Capt. Sam'l Barrorit 



United States, 
Constitution, 
Prefideiit, 
Chef apeak, 



Philadelphia, 

Conftellatian, 

Cengrefs, 

New-York, 

Infurgente, 

ftiTex, 

JgIih Adams, 

Aclasis, 

Eefton, 

General Greene, 



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44 Capt. 
36 Capt. 
36 Capt. 
36 Capt. 
36 Capt* 
32 Capt. 
3^ Capt. 
32 Capt. 
32 Capt. 
32 Capt. 



Stephen Becatur. 
Murray. 
James Sever. 
II. V. Morris. 
Pat. Fletcher. 
Ewd. Prebble. 
George Crofs. 
Tho's Robinfon. 
George Little. 
C. R. Perry. 



SHIPS of WAR. 

Ganges, 26 Capt. J. Mullony. 

Fortfwiontb, 24 D. M'Neill. 

Merrimack, 24 Mofes Brown.. 

Connecticut, 24 Richard Derby. 

Baltimore, 20 Maf. &: Com. — Cowper. 

Delaware, 20 Capt. Thos. Baker. 

Maryland, 20 John Rodgers. 

Herald, 20 Maf. & Com. — Ruffe!. 

Trumbull, j8 David M. jewett. 

Petapfcd, 18 Capt. Henry Geddes. 

Warren, 18 James Barron. 

g R IG S. 

Norfolk, 18 Maf. & Com. — Colbert. 

Richmond, 16 Richard Lasv. 

Pinckney, 16 Lt. Samuel Hey ward. 

Eagle, 14 Hou;!h Campbell. 

Augulta,' 14 Arch M'Ehoy. 

Pickering, 14 Hillar. 

Scammel, 14 Mark Fernald. 

SCHOONER S. 
Experiment, 14 Lt. diaries Stewart. 

Enterprize, 14 Lt. John Shaw. 

G A L LI E S. 
a Li Georgia, 3 in Soutn-Caiolina, a in North Carolina, 



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Militia of Connefticut. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumiull, Efquire, Captain 

General and Commander in Chief. 

Hon. John The a dwell, Efq U ire, Lieutenant General. 

43 Ebnezer Huntington, efq. Adjutant General. 

John Mix, efq. Quarter- M after- General. 

Col. Jabez Huntington, ? Aids de camptc the 

Col. Daniel Wadfworth, 5 ' comtnander in chief. 

Firjl DhViJion corrjifting of the ifl and *]th Brigades. 
Henry Champion, efq. Major-General* 
John Imam, 2d. ~? A - , , ~ 
Aaron01mfted,5^ </ '""' C "^- 

Fifth Brigade* 

Elijah Chapman, jun. Brigadier- General. 

Samuel Whittle-fey, Brigade M3jor. 

ift Regt. Job Allen, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Simon Clarke, M-.jur. 
John Rufs, Adjutant. Henry A. Rowland, Chaplain. 
Cyrus Phelps, Quarter Mafter. Jonathan Palmer, Pay* 
^Mafter. Devoll Morgan, Surgeon. 
Miitrcfs Cowpaiy. 
Timothy Burr, Capt. John Huis, i ft Lieut. Henry 
Hall, 2d Lieut. 

Captains. "Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Thomas Cooky, Stephen Collins, John Wadfworth. 
^linkim Marfhall, fona. Loomis, Gideon Barber. 
Elijah Terry, Samuel Camp, Alfred Janes. 

Eben. F. BifTell, Mofes Wiry, Cyrus Phelps. 

Allyn Seymour, Joseph Whiting, Gurdon 5k Whiting. 
Elihu Marfliall, Benjamin Moore, Eenjt Grifwold. 

Hez. Parfons, Ira Clark. 
George Latimer, Sam'l Stor.ghtoK, Oliver Thrall. 
Ambel Spencer, Mofes Burr, jona. Danforth. 



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1 3th Rfgr. Chauncey Pettibone, Lt. Co!. Command- 
ant. Axariah Willcox, 1 ft Major. Noah A. Phelps, 
2d Major. 

Jonathan Pettibone, jun. Adjutant. Iiaae Porter, 
Chaplain. James Humphrey, Quarter-Mafter. Wil- 
liam Bradley, Pay-Matter- Horace Hillyer, Surgeon. 
Jofeph ■ i » »m 9 Surgeon's Mate. 

* Captains. Lieutenants* Enfigns'. 

Aaron Cafe, Wait Latimer, Jona. Pettibone. 

Elijah Gillet, Czias Pettibone, Calvin Holcomb. 

Noah A. Phelps, Afel Cafe, Calvin Barber. 

Eraftus Bates, Esekiel Phelps. 

Jofeph Dyer, A. P. Humphrey. 
Ifrael Meflenger. 



Roftvell Phelpf, 

Dan Cafe 

David MefTenger, Joab Griinn, 

Darius Mofes, 

Samuel Clark, 

Elifiia Grifwold, 

Dan Dibble, 

William Phelps, 



William Willcox, Daniel Mofes. 
jofeph Grifwold, li'ez. HoJcomb, jr; 
Jofeph Pettibone, Matthew Adams. 
Simon Cuihman, Elijah Hokomb. 
Amafa Read, Aaron Poft. 



;9th Regt. Shubael GrifV/old, Lieut. Col. Command- 
ant. Eleaser Paine, ift Major. John Phillips, 2d 
Major. 
Charles Jenks, Adjutant. David M'CIure, Chaplain. 

Caleb Strong, Quarter- Matter. Elijah T. RQed 9 Sur- 

y;ou. Allen Hyde, Surgeon's Mate. 

Mattofs Csmpany. 
Samuel Pitkin, Captain. Theodore Fitkin, i ft Lieut. 
John Sage, 2d Lt. Mofes Hills, 3d Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Aaron Bifiell, 
Vyliys lluifell, 
John Pitkin, 
A fa Fiih, . 
John Marfhall, 



Captains. 
Abiel Wolcott, 
John Watfon, jr. 
Martin Pitkin, 
Samuel Stiles, 
Jared Cone, 
Ezra Brainard, 



Enfigns* 
DanitlHaydon, 
Eben. Osborn. 
Timothy Forbes. 
]ohn Osborn. 
Elijah Takott- 
Martin Hills. 



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Samuel Chapman, Jofeph Abbott, Robert Hyde. 

John Olcott, Eliflia Olcctt, Collins Cheeny. 

Cornelius Robert.s,01iver Hunt, Juftus Talcott. 

Walter Goodak, Allen Brownibn, Elliot Grast T 

Job Elfvtortb, John Stoughton, Eenj. Loomis. 

J ©feph Benton, Stephen Bidwell, John State. 

22d Regt. — -— »■■ , ■ ■ " Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
• Abijah Scflions, ift Major. Eben. Spencer, 2d Maj. 

Abel Neftor, Adjutant. Calvin Icgals, Chaplain. 
Amariah Avery, Quarter-Matter. Eliflia Stearns, Pay- 
Mailer. Samuel Willard, Surgeon. Gurdoii Tbo^iB* 
fon, Surgeon's Mate. 

yiatrofs Cempanj. 
Jabez Bnelley, Captain. Sel ah Hibbard, ifl Lieut. 
Kham Chapman, 2d Lieut. 

Captains. Lieiitcnanis. Erifgns. 

Daniel Dimock, BiUad Curtifs, Cephas Brigharri. 
ClarkeLiilybrid$e,Tim. Blodget.- 
Ephraim Weil, Stephen Gxjgg*. 
Abiel Fen ton, 
David Moore, 
Noah Porter, 
Jona- VVitchen, 



S.-Converfe, 

Aflibel Steel, 

Tho's Jennngs, 

David Law fon, 

Tubal Cafe, 

Phinehas Nam, 

Eliakim Chapman,Ezra Rawdin, 

John Orcutt, 

Simeon Dimock, 



Elsazer iTeiluvcj. 

Robert Paul. 

Shubael Brew tier 

Abner Cady. 

Simon Chapman. 
Porter Walbridge, Ephraim Hyde. 
Caleb Carlton, Reuben. Bradley. 



3,1 fl Regt. Thomas Sheldon, Lieut. Col. Camman^ari*. 
Caleb Jones, jun. ill Major. Walter Aiiifworth, 2d 
Major. 

Samuel Reynolds, Adjutant. Nehemiah Prudden,- 
Chaplain. Thaddeus Leavitt, jun. Quarter- Maimer . 
Ebenczer K*ng, jun. Pay- Mailer. Howard A id en, Sur- 
geon. 

Cipiiins. Ltcutewnts, E'f.gvs. 

— « »• - , Samuel Reynolds, Peter Pcale. , 

t 



Dan Lefler, 



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Hofca Ncllfon, 

Hi chard Abbe, jr. Stone. Peafe, 
AfaphTcrry, Jofiah Bicknell, 

.Richard Peafe, Elijah Kibbe, 
vAbij. Kcmington, SetU Kent, jr. 
Elihu Kent, Calrin Aulttn, 

James Yiets, Edm. Stevens, 



Julius Granger, Thad. Leavitt, jr. 
Samuel Wright, Oliver Chapin, 
S CollinsGrifwold,Epaph. Pomeroy. 

Benj. Partbns. 

Nah urn King. 

Samuel Pomeroy. 

Jofcph Fuller. 

Oliver L. Phelpj, 

Silas Warner. 



Fir/I. Regiment of Cavalry. 
'Andrew Hillyer, Lieut. Col. Jeduthun Cobb, Major. 
Joieph Utley, Adjutant. William F. Miller, CTiap- 
)iin. Apollus Hiilyer, Quarter Mailer. Applcton 
iiobbins, Pay- Matter. E. Buck, Snrgeon.. 



I ft Company. 
EUftva Allen, capt. 
David Grant, ifHieut. 
sol. Ea%v. jr. 2.1 lieut. 

r i*ao;ii!^ Moore, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Hi then Cafe, capt. 

job Gale, rfl lieut. 
Obed Ho'.comb, 2d lieut. 

„ , cornet. 



Graves Smith, 2d lieut. 
Levi Skinner, cornet. 

4th Company. 
James Converfe, capt. 
Amos James, id lieut. 
G id Page, 2d lieut. 
James Eaton, cornet. 

5th Company- 
Amos Aldcn, capt. 
David Fowler, lft lieut. 
Rilcomb Albro, 2d lieut. 
>olomon Gleafon, cornet* 



3d Company. 
Giles L->omis, capt. 
Vm. Thorapfjn, ift lieut 

Seventh Brigade. 

Epaphroaitus Champion, Brigadier-General. 

Jofi.-h Griffin, Brigade M/yov and Infpeclor. 
6th TCegt. rJifha Hale. Lientenant Col. Commandant. 
2Se nsVon R.W& irdfon, i& Maj. JohnHa'f, 2d Maj. 
f ?i\ ''ok Butter, Adjutant. William Lockwood, 



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Chaplai*. Jonathau Wells, Quarter Matter. 
Hale, Pay-Mafter. Abner Mofely, Surgeon. 



Jehie 



Capttiins. Lieutenants, 

Elifha Robbins, James Smith, 
Sam'l Woodhoufc, James Francis, 
George Sellew, Samuel ^«llew, 
Hofea Bulkley, Hez. Whitmore, 
Levi Lufk, » Simon Wells, 

James McLean, AfaGoflee, 
Eliakim Goodrich, Ifaac Hollifter, 
Simeon North, Levi Hart, 



Enfignsl 
Salmon North, 
Allen Stillman, 
Jofeph Kilbourn, 
Pbilo Goodrich, 
Robert Deming, 
George Hunt, 
Noah Goodrich, 
Elias Bulkley. 



j 5th Regt. Solomon Cowles, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
Jonathan S. Wightman, ift Major. Samuel Kilhop ; 
2d Major. 

Luther Seymour, Adjutant. Benoni Upfon, Chap- 
Iain. George Porter, Quarter- Matter. Juftus Francis, 
Pay-Matter.- Theodore Wadfworth, Surgeon. S^lvef* 
ter Wells, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains. 
Elias Lewis, 



^ Samuel Hart, 
JefTe Gaylorrf, 

BanielTillotfon, 
JefTe Dickinfon, 
Elijah Francis, 
John Rick, 
Gould Criffey, 

Ard Hart, 
Theo. Pettibone, 
Afaph Smith, 



Grenadier Cgmpany 

Lieutenants. 
JcjfTe Cowles, 

Light Infantry. 
John Barns, 

Artillery. 
Elijah Monrof5, 
Bryan Hooker 
Jofeph Porter, 

fohn Lee, — — - ■-■ ■ - , 

Aaron Hart, Juftus Francis. 

Simeon Matthews, Lud Lindfley * 



Enfigns. 
Jofeph Button. 

Giles Langdon. 



Luther Sevmour. 



Jofeph Finch, 
Afhbel Tillotfon, 
Jofeph Goodyear, 
Alex. Pettibone, 



Avery Clark. 
Obadiah Gillet. 
Zebulon GilJet. 
Ifrael DormoncU 
Samuel Hart. 



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2$1 Rcgt Lemuel Storrs, Lieut. €el. Oommattdsutt, 
John Park, ift Maj,. Seth Overton, 2d Maj. 

Hofea Goodrich, Adjutant. Samuel Bigelow, Quar- 
ter-Mafter. William B. Hall, Surgeon. John Rich* 
jnon^, Surgeon's Mate. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains* Lieutenants. Unfigns. 

EnoehHuntington,Bezaliel Latimer, Tim. Seuthmayi, 

William C Hall, 
V/m. Scovel, FrancU Sage, Jonathan Lewis, - 

Wm. Hanney, Ifrael Kelfey, jr. Jofeph Weils, 
John Hubbard, Enoch Grain, Elij. Chamberlairy 

Samuel Wilcox, Daniel White, Hofea Roberts, 

Anfel Brainard, Oliver Bailey, Ichabod Miller, jr. 
Klifiia Goe, ' Elias Selden, Freeman Arnold, 

Samuel Brown, ]abe?, Hall, Enos Brown, 

Sam us I Peniie Id, Michael Stewart, George Sheperd. 

24th Regt. Daniel Watroas, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Jonathan O. Mofely, lit Major. 'Daniel Wor thing- 
ton, 2d Major. 

Oliver Church, Adjutant. Elij ah "Parfons, Chaplain. 
Jofeph Worthiogton, Pay. Matter. Noah B. Foot, Sur- 
geon. Stephen O. D.*y, Surgeons Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ehfigffs< 

SamM P. Lord, jr. George Lord, Chi?ers Br&inafd, 

£ly Gillet, Tho. R. Palmer, Jonathan Gillet. 

ElifhaCone, D.iri us Gates, S a m'l Huntington. 

Benjamin Adams, John Ack-ley, Robert Young. 

Abel Gates, Mumford Dolbear,Thomas Bradford.. 

Samuel Emmons, Aaron Fox, Oliver Church. 

Diodate Jones, JuftinWorthingtonNath. Huogerfor^U 
Daniel Dodge, Jacob Lomis, Daniel Jones. 

Seventh Raiment of Cavalry.* 
Jonathan Oowler, Lt. Col. Commandant. ; 
Uriah Carrier, Major. 



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Ebenezer Gleafon, Adjutant. J of. Wafliburn, Chap- 
lain. Mark Lewis, Quarter-Mafter. Jeremiah Bura- 
liam, Pay-Mafter. Ely To c d, Surgeon. 



ift Company. 

Samuel Spencer, lieut. 

Solomon Judd, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Solomon Fifo, capt. 
Joel Hoot, lieut. 
Mark Lewis, cornet. 

3d Company. 
Elifiia Williams, capt. 
Leonard Wells, ift lieut. 
Jeremiah Burnbam,2d It. 
Samuel Gibfon, cornet. 



4th Company. 
William Judd, capt. 
Ebenezer Gleafon, ift It* 
Gad Cowles, 2d lieut. 
Adna Curtifs, cornet. 

5th Company. 
Jofeph Galpin, capt. 
James Plumb, ift lieut. 
Jofiah Johnfon, 2d lieut. 
Allen Gilbert, cornet. 



Second Divifion, 

Confifting of 2d and 4th Brigades. 

William Hart, efq. Major-Gene raJ. 

Hon. David Daggett, ? -•, , c,*»+ 
i* • u j wi tr \. r r <«/« J de Lamp* 
Kichard W. Hart, efq. 3 m. 

Second Brigade. 

Jofeph Willcox, 2d, Brigadier-General. 
Thtophilus Morgan, Brigade Major and Infpec^or. 

2d Regiment. Samuel BeHamy, L't Col. Commandant* 
Stephen Ball> ift Maj. Amos Bradley, 2d Maj. 
Nathaniel Hubbard, Adjutant. James Dana, D. D. 
Chaplain. W'm Trowbridge, Quarter-Matter. Wil- 
li am Lyon, j*r, Pay-Mafter. Levi Ives, Surgeon. Jo- 
iuJkRoot, Surgeon's Mate. 

Attillcry Company. 
John ?. Auftin, Captain. Join Hunt, ift Lieutenaat. 
Atwater Townfcnd, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains . LieiJenaxts. Etijigrrs., 

Jofeph Mi *, Henry LCoo]ec\ge, Charles Boft*:-c*, 

L 2 



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Mcz'h Lounfoury, Ifaac M. Wooles, Jofeph^Love, 

Vacant, Samuel Chitfey, Samuel Tuttle, 

David Benham, D. Trowbridge, Jofiah Merrick, 

Abra'mBlakefley, Philem Blakefley, Oliver Todd, 

liben'r 15. Webb, Abrahnm Bifhop, James Cooper, 

A fa At water, E!ias Hotchkifs, JefTe Ives, 

John Hubbard, Ifaac Woodin, Javan Woodin. 

7th Regiment. William Tully, I/t Col. Commandant. 

George Morgan, rft'Maj. John Stannard, ad Maj. 

Gideon Leet, Adjutant. Frederick W'm Hotchkifs, 
Chaplain. Joel Grifvrould, Quarter-Mafter. Benjair.in 
Hill, Surgeon. Levi Ward, burgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Enfigns. 

Elihujone-s, James Chapman, John Whittlefey, 

Huntington May, James Bates, Arnold Tyler, 

Timothy Crane, George Carter, Samuel Morgan, 
joft^h Hill, Bemont Clark, Reynold Kirtland, 

Nathan Kirtland, Jedediah Poft, Timothy Spencer, 
Koadiah Cone, John Clark, Curtis Smith, 

Henry Mill, Dan Lane, Jofeph Farnam, 

Wm Southworth, Gideon Leet, William Warner, 

Duvid Spencer, Sam'i Hubbard, Jofliua Kno\rls, 
Dan Platts, George Clark, Bela Clark. > 

jcth Reg't. B Rufus Hitchcock, L't-Col. -Commandant. 
EbenezerHale, ift Maj. Seth Seward, 2d Maj. 

JsfTe Atwater, Adjutant. John Foot, Chaplain. Chaun- 
cey Cook, Ouarter-Mafter; Amafa Hitchcock, Pay- 
M; fter. Billius Kirtland, Surgeon. Thomas I. 
Cornwall, Surgeon's Mate. 

Lfcfii Infantry. 
Cpptapis* Lieutenants. EnJijKi, 

yofeph. Hotchkifs, A fa Peck, Levi Peck. 

Biliuj) B. Newton, Samuel Tuttle, Ja's Humi{ton,j'r, 
Dan'l Southmaid, Vacant, Vacant, 

Samuel VYco:ins.% jinti Atyatcr, Vacant, 



H 



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John Peckf Jofephl. DoolittIe,Amafa-DoottttIe f 

Afnph JVIerr&m, Vacant, Elnathan Ives, 

Vacant, Noah Cone, John Hart, 

Jared Burr, Elias Ford, Jelle Ford. 

27th Regiment. Rufus Norton, L't Col. Commandant. 

Solomon Lindfley, ift Maj. Eli Fowler, 2d Maj. 

Abel RofTeter, Adjntant. John Elliot, Chaplain. Je- 
nathan Biihop, Quarter- Matter. Phincas Meigs, Pay- 
Mafter David fcrooks, Surgeon. Jared Redfield, 
Surgeon's ]tylate. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns* 

Samuel Elliott, Vacant, Vacant. 

Nathaniel Fowler,Samuel Fowler, Vacant, 

Vacant, Edward Baldwin, Samuel Beeeji, 

Seth Bifhop, James Davis, Timothy J ohnibn, 

Benj. B. Willcox, Phineas Meigs, tlfher Conklin, 

Reuben Page, EUada Rofe, Francis Hale, 

Oliver Fowler, Abel RoiTetter, Lyman Benton, 

jofiah J. Lindfley, Win Douglafs, John Maltby, 

Eber Muager, Benjamin Fiel4, Jofiah Munger. 

32d Regiment. Daniel Sackett, L't Col. Commandant. 
Benjamin Bull, ift Maj. Abijah Smith, 2d Maj. 

William H. Fowler, Adjutant. Beza Pinep, Chaplain. 
Ephraim Peck, Ouarter-Mafler. Stephen A. Treat, 
Pay-Matter. Samuel Sandibrd, Surgeon. Thomas 
Goodfel, Surgeon's Mate. 

Grenadier Companies. > 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Samuel Hi&by, Jofe.ph B. Barlow, W'm H. Fowler, 
Medad Hotchkifs, Amafa Tut tie, Vacant. 

John Gunn, Stephen A. Treat, Barn's Woodftock, 

Benjamin Cone, Stephen Stone, She] den Sherwood, 

Abel Clark, Stephen Gun, David Peck, 

Samuel Newton, Jofepli Nekton-, Amos Hitchcock, 



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Jphn Davis, - Joel Perry, S.A.Buckingham 

John Thomas, Silas Hotchkifs, Jonah Todd, 
Enos Smith, Obed Webfter, Ifaac Baflett, 

Daniel Holdbrook,Ebcn. B. Johnfton,David Smith. 
Artillery Company. 
Noah Letter, Captain. Joel Bradford, ift Lieutenant. 
Benjamin Hurd, 2d Lieutenant. 

Second Regiment of Cavalry. 
Andrew Hull, L't Col. Commandent. 
Daniel Willard, Major. Henry Lines, Quarter-Maf« 
ter. Reuben Ives, Chaplain. Gould G. Norton, Sur* 
geon. 



i ft Company. 
Stephen Maltby, Capt. 
Daniel Lindfley, lit Lieut. 

Vacant, 2d Lieut. 
Simeon Goodyear, Cornet. 

ad Company. 
Jonathan Williams, Capt. 
Jedidiah Harris, j'r, ift L't, 
David Loper, 2d. Lieut. 
Daniel Benton, Cornet. 



3d Company. 

Benajab Mofs, Capt. 

John Beach, ift Lieut; 

Benjamin Hall, 2d Lieut- 
Vacant, . Cornet. 
4th Company. 

Timothy Higgins, Capt. 

Richard Treat, ift Lieut. 

IEphraim Bald\vin,2d Lieut. 
Afa Piatt, Cornet. 



Fourth Brigade. 

Ebenezer Mead, Brigadier General. 
Timothy Walker, Brigad- Major. 
4th Regt. Burr Gilbert, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Jofeph Noyes, ift Maj.. Medad Bradley, 2d Maj. 
Daniel Betts, Adjutant. Hezekiah Ripley, Chaplair*, 
Sturges Sanford, Quarter-Matter. Benjamin Hall, Pay- 
Mafter. David Rogers, Surgeon. Thomas Peck, Sur- 
geon's- Mate. 

Matrofs. 
Captains > Lieutenants. Evfigns* 

Afuhel Salmons-, Joel Merchant, 

jamss jackibi), 2d 3 



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Elijah Bibbins, Lewis Goodfell, Joel 6oodf«]J, 

Barnabas Sturges, Burr Sturges, . ■■ ■ | , 

Abraham Bennet, Jofeph Taylor, Ab'm Morehoufej 

William Hill, Jofeph Hill, Wm. Wilfon, 

John Gray, Julias Bates, Paniel Sanfbrd, 

Albert Lockwood, MorehoufeColey, Hez. Dikemao, 

Alben Bradley, Miles Marvin, Lewis Wheeler, 

Lazarus Hi*H, Eli Lyon, Ifaac Beach, 

, Wm. Gregory. Ifaac Bennet. M. Jackfon. 

9thRegt. Alexander Mills, Lidut. Col. Commandant.-. 
SanfordHoyt, ift Maj. Ifaac Smith, 2d Maj. 
Maltbie Newman, Adjutant. Daniel Smith, Chaplain, 
Ebenezer Mead* jr. Quarter- Mafter. Ephraim Mead, 
Pay-Mafler. Samuel Webb, Surgeon. 
higkt Ixftttffy 

Captains* Lieutenants. Enjigns, 

David Waterbury, Jofeph Lockwood,Gideen Holmes, 

Ebenezer Hoyt, Enos Waterbury, — ■ , 

Jona. jeflbp, j u.n. Jofliua Ferris, Jofeph Ferris, 

, — } Jofeph Sillick, Thos. Lcmri&ury, 

Nathaniel Brown, Square Hubby, Lemwel Ri.tch, 
Nehemiah Brown,Jafper ?vflead, 'Jorhara WUfan, 

Frederic Hoyt, Jared Smith, David Smith, 

Jacob Fletcher^ — ««. __-— » - 5 Charles Peck, 

28th Regt. Matthias ;Nicols, Lieut. -Col. Commandant* 
George Healy, ift M:J Ephr. Wilcockfon, 2d Maj. 
David Allen, Adjutant. Afhbel Baldwin, .Chaplain* 
John Well, Quarter-Matter. Agur Shelton, Pay-Maf- 
ter. Charles Tomlinfon, Surgeon. Lucius -«— , Sur- 
geon' s-Mate. 

Matrpfs. 
Captfijns. Lieutenants. jLTifigns* 

Aaron Hasvley, jr.Ed. Burroughs, 
F. Botsford, 2d. 
Grenadiers. 
James Beardfley, Ebenezer Wheler, Abijah Sterling! 



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Light Infantry. 
Eliot Beardfley, 

Wm. Walker, 



Samuel L. Hard, 

Enoch F«ot, 

Amos Burr, 

Philo Lewis, 

Lewis Shelton, 

John Wilcockfoa, Abel French, 

Samuel Hall, Amos Ofboin, 



Abel Haw ley, 
Judfon Curtifs, 



Tho's Broathwell,Daniel S. Mcfler, 
Ifaac J. Booth, Ab'm. C^ Lewis, 
David Allen, David B. Wheeler, 

G. L. Sherman, 
Ifaac Sherman, 



34th Regt. Jofhua King, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Jofeph Seely, ift Maj. Nathan Sanford, 2d M j. 
Thomas Hoyt, Adiutant. Sam'l Goodrich, Chaplain, 

_ _ ■ , Quarter-Matter. — — , Pay- 

Mafter. Amos Baker, Surgeon. — ■ ■ , Sur- 



geons-Mate. 

Cap tains. 



jji Grenadiers, 

Lieutenants. 



Knjtgns. - 



Jeffe Riciards, 

Hezekiah Betts, 
Jacob Dauchy, 
Ifaac S. Ifaac, 
Zadock Raymon 
Matt. St. John, 
David Street, 
Samuel Burrell, 
Ifaac Keeler, 



2d Grenadiers* 

Timothy Fitch, 
Amos Smith, 
Thomas Hoyt, 
d, Jofeph St urge'?, 
Charl/s Weed, 
Jeremiah Bates, 
John Hurlbut, 
Silas St. John, 



Nathan Jervifs, 

Stephen Wood, 

Sam. Comftock, 
Jonathan Bates, 
Jofeph I. Marvin, 
Thaddeu's Mead. 



Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Jofeph Walker, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 



I ft Company. 
Nath'l Lewis, capt. 
John Curtis, ift lieut. 
Saipuel Gartick, id do 



Curtifs Tomlinfon, Major. 

Elijah Haw ley, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Lewis Richards, 
Silvanus Weed, ift lieut* 



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Jofeph Street, 2d do. 
Samuel While, jr. cornet. 

3d Company. 
Abel Hall, capt. 
Lyman Edwards, iftlieut. 
Hezekiah Hull, 2d do. 



liellia Bibbins, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Wm. Waterbury. capt. 
Robert Mead, jft lieut. 
Ifaac Quintard, 2d do. 
Piatt Mead, cornet. 



Third Divifion, 

confining of 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Efq. Major General 
Calvin Goddard. efq. ? ,-, , n 
ElipU'tT.rry.efq. £.f , **« fi *f 

Third Brigade. 

-, Brigadier General. 



.Mofes Tyler, Brigade-Major and Infpeclor. 

3d Regt. Samuel Green, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Thaddeus Brooks, iftMaj. Mtilibrd Raymond, 2d Maj. 

Giles Hempfted, Adjutant. Henry Charming, Chap- 
lain, Samuel Haynes, Qu arte r-M after. David Coit, 
Pay* Matter. Benj. Butler,* Surgeon. Ifaac Thump- 
fon, SurgeonVMate. 

Independent Company. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Erfijns. 

Simeon Smith, John P. Trott, Chcfter Kimbal. 

Ihht Infantry, 
George Allen, James Forfyth, W'm Raymond, 

Richard Fofclick, Ch . M.n varin^j John Carol. 
Hallam IL-mplted, Samuel Packwbod, Peter Richards, 
Ifaac Thompfbn, David Potter, Nath m 'Brown, 
William Steward, Stephen Prentice, Charles Avery, 
DUn'l Wutefhoufe,JchnTtinie\\, Sam*! Wateilioufe. 
Lemuel Forfyth, J a fon Bee With, — •—' - , 



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Nath'l Bradford, Daniel Baker, Daniel JSmftb, 
j Joha Prentice, Davis Newbury , Ephraim Frink. 

1 8th Regt. EBenezer Avery, jr. Lieut. Col. Command- 
i ant. Daniel Avery, ift Major. Mofes Tyler, 2d 

1 Major. 

Gurdon LedyaLrd, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chap- 
; lain. Nathaniel Goit, Ouarter-Mafter. Youngs Ave- 

ry, Pay Mailer. John O. Miner, Surgoon. . Bifhop 
Tyler, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants* Ef?Jigns. 

David Avery, Elifha Crary, Robert S. Avery, 

John Chefter, Gurdon Ledyard, Peter Avery, 

Ralph Hurlbut, Stephen Newton, Dudley Bailey, 
William Cogfw*ll, Elifha Letter, Elifha Braman, 

Elifha Prentice, Nathaniel Coit, Stephen Tucker, 
RofwellFiih, Simon Rhodes, Stephen Haley, 

Rufus. Allen, Seth Williams, Youngs L.Morgan, 

Roger Sterry, Nathan Ayer, Jedediah Bar&ow, 
AmosSpicer, Ichabod Stoddard, John Spicer. 

20th Reg't. Zachariah Huntington, L't Col. Command't* 
Ala Fitch, ift Maj. Eleazer Tracy, 2d Maj. 
Cufliing Eells, Adjutant, [ofeph Strong, Chaplain, j 
JofephW. Trncy, Ouarter-Mafter. Jedidiah Burnhamj 
Surgeon* Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. 
Matrefs. 
Andrew Parifh, Captain. Jeremiah Gager, ift Lieut. 
Beecher F. Carew, 2d Lieut. Benj. Bailey, 3^1 Lieut. 
Light It j far try. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfig7ts. 

Thomas Tracy, Cufliing Eelk, Jof. Huntington, 

Grenadiers. 
Samuel Tyler, William Letter, Vacant, 

Gurdon Giflurd, Eleazer Rogers, Martin Edgcrton, 

Calvin Tracy, Benj. Greenilit, Jabez M. Packood, 

Vacant, '•« Stephen Johnfon, Benj. Burnham, 



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NathM Kimball, Elijah Benjamin, Eliilia Brewftcr, 

John Hough, Uriah Downer, Jabez^ Hough, 

Cherub Abel, Aflier Ladd, BenjaminLadd, 

Simeon Hubbard, David Tracy, Charles Fitch, 

Frederick Perkins,Ephr. Bufhnell, John Hyde. 

39th Regt. Edward Swan, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Ifaae Williams, ift Maj. John Baldwin, 2d Maj. 

Daniel Miner, 2d Adjutant. HezekiahN. Woodruff, 
Chaplain. Avery Noyes, Quarter- Mailer. . Thomas 
Swan, Pay-Mafter. Win. Robinfbn, Surgeon. Win. 
Lord, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfijns. 

Paul Babcock, Prentice Frink, Avery Moves, 

Daniel Meech, Afa Prentice, Prentice Hewit, 

William Randal, Ichabod Brown, Jared Will cox, 

Tho. H. Peckham Joieph Frink, Natf.ai Wheeler, 

Sila^» Wheeler, Adam Brown, JofVph Wheeler, 

Gilbert Palmer, Jeremiah York, Mofes Thcmpfon, 

David Main, Jeptha Brown, Edward Holme?, 

Lodowick Niles, John fefferds, Frederick Clark, 



33d Re<Tt. Lemuel Lee, Lt CoL Commandt. * 
k Rich'd E. >cid<?n, lit Maj Watrus Beckwith, 2dM-:j. 

Tofiah G. Ely, Adjutant. David Higp;ins, Chaplain. 
JofephE. Ely,' garter Mafbr. rfraef Matibn, Pay. 
Matter. John Noyes, Surgeon. Elijah Butts, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Mairofs CctApany. 
Captains, Lieutenants. Ettjigns\ 

Seth Ely, JVIarfh Ely, iffc 

J oil a. Laplafe, 2d. 

L ig h I Infantry . 
William Sterling, John Baftfp* 

G r ena die r Co mp an y . 
Jofeph Marvin, Daniel %. Way, ' Guvcon Av:vy, 



David Avery, 
Simon Smith, 
Daniel Marvin, 
Leiden Warmer, 
Luther Reeves, 



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D, J. Grifwold, 
Jtdediah Beebe, 
Jofeph E. Ely, 

Eliflia Stewart. 
Newton Marfh, 



Ifaac Hall, 
John M. Lee, 
Elijah Mather, 
Afa Comftock, 2i» 
Stephen Tinker, 
Benjamin Crofby. 



Third Regiment ef Cavalry, 

Elifha Edgerton, Lieut. Col, Commandant. 
William Williams, jr. Major. 

Alexander Gordon, jun ; r. Adjutant. Samuel Nott, 
Chaplain. Lavius Fillmore, Quarter-Matter. William 
Williams, 3d. Pay-Matter. George Tifdale, Surgeon. 
Anfon Perk!;is, Surgeon's Mate. 

1 ft Company, 
Dudley Tracy, capt. 
Eli Hartfhorn, ift liaut. 
Afa Lathrop, 2d lieut. 
j^hiel j >hnfbn, cornet. 

2 1 Company. 
Ifaac Hswetr, capt. 
C he lie r S mi th , 1 ft Ik ut . 
Stanton H^vvet, 2d lieut. 



Oliver Spicer, cornet. 



3d Company. 
Jonathan Auftin, capt. 
Chrift. Raymond, ift lieut. 
Eliftia Lyman, 2d lieut. 
Frederick Miner, cornet. 

4th Company. 

Thomas Wheeler, capt. 

George Swan, ift lieht. 

Palmer Hewet, 2d lieut. 

Benadam Williams, cornet. 



Fifth Brigade. 

Mofes Cleaveland, Brigadier General. 

Pnvne Cleavehnd, Brigade Major and Infpe&or. 

5th Raiment. Elijah Simons, L't Col Commandant. 

Benjamin Hanks, id Maj. Ezra Smith, 2d Maj. 

Kleazer Huntington, Adjutant. Mofes C, Welch, 

Clnphin. William Perkins, Quarter-Matter. Ichabod 

Ward, Pay-Matter. Trumbull Dorrance, Surgeon. 

Andrew Huntington, Surgeon's Mate. 



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Artillery Company. 
Vacant, Captain. Thomas janes, ift Lieut. Ebe. 
nezer Stowel, ill Lieut. 

Grenadier Company* 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enjigtrs. 

Thomas Williams,Roger Clark, Stepheu Fuller, 



Royal ' toors, 
Eliphalet Young, 
John Satter, 
Jehn Walden, 
John Hande, 
Samuel Fuller, 
Artewias Gurley, 
John N. Sumner, 



Nath'l Dunham, 
John Latbrop, 
E.Huntington, Vr 
Ichabod Ward, 
Eleazer Baker, 
Rofwell Preilon, 
Eli (ha Crain, 
Afahel Smith, 
Solomon Prefton, 



Zaccheus Waldo, 
Benjamin Bibbins, 
, jofhua Stoors, 
Abner Robinfon, 
Charles Lord, 
Ifaac Staples, 
Simeon Allen, 
jerr miah Olney, 
Elijah Eldridge. 



IlthRegt. james Panielfon, Lieuf. Col. Commandt. 
Hobart Torrey, ift Maj. David Holmes, 2d Maj. 

Amos Payne, Adjutant. Wm. Graves, Chaplain.— 
George Learned, Quarter- Matter. Silvanus Bachus, 
Pay-Mafter. Tho. Hubbard, Surgeon. Robert Grof- 
vencr, Surgeon' s-Mate. 

Matrefs Company. 
Buftine! Hubbard, Capt. Cyrel Lee, ift Lieut. Reuben 
* Taifet, 2d Lieut. 

Grenadier Company. 

Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Obadiah Kimball, Luther Baldwin, 
Ifaac Davis, George Keith, 

Reuben Field, 
Leonard Mafon, 
joieph Cady, jr. 



Captains. 
Kbenezer Fitch, 

Abel Prince, 
John Durkee, 
San ford Holmes, 
' Nill Alexander, 



Samuel Chapman, Benj. Gilbert, 
John Day, Luther Warren, 

Ephraim May, William May, 
Jonathan Ellis, Chefter Upham, 
Samuel Sumner, Reuben Sharp, 



Abel Drefler, 
David TriiTell, 
Benjamin Cutler, 
Abel Prince, 
Stephen, Mitchell, 
Alfred Walker, 
Theop. Chandler, 
Greggs Gorflf, 



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David Wilfon, Mofes Bigxby, Eli Starr, 
Andrew Williams, jno. B. Wilfon, Carp. Bradford. 

32th Regt. Daniel Tilde*, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
james Mafon, jft Maj. Elifha Buell, 2d Maj. 

Zebulon Ely, Chaplain. William Huntington, puar- 
ter-Mafler. George O. Gilbert, ^ay-Mafter. John L. 
Pierce, Surgeon. 

Mutrofs Company. 
Benjamin Phelps, Capt. Hubbard Duttoa, I ft Lieut. 
Grenadier Company* 
Captains. Lieutenants* Enjtgns. 

Stephen D. Tilden, Silas Swift, Mafon Tilden. 

Light Infantry, 

Amos Loomis, 

Hez. Biflell, 

Silas Brewfter, 

Abiel Starks, 

Oliver Ingham, 

Daniel White, jr. Bez. Hutchinfon, 
JofephCarrier,jr. Timothy Phelps, Corn's Shepard, 
Bartholo. Turner, Eiias Jones, Dudley Summers, 

KogerivrCall, CharUs Williams, Silvanus Paine. 



Zabdiel Hyc\Q 9 
Andrev* Ma'tan, 
Hez, Hartfhorn, 
SethBartlett, 
Jlalph Mack, 
Beraj. Buell, jr. 



Sim. Huntington, 
Joel Gilbert, 
Seth Collins, 
Daniel Lee, 
Samuel Peters, 



2 [ft Regt. Abel Aiadrus, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Shubaei Hutchins, ift Major. Rofwell Parilh, 2d Maj. 

Thomas Wheeler, Adjutant. Joel Benedict, Chap- 
lain. Seffions Letter, Quarter-Mailer. George Mid- 
dletori, Pay-Mafter. Daniel Gordon, Surgeon. 
Matrcfs Company. 
David Cleveland, Captain. Nathan Pike, ift Lieut. 
Daniel Searles, 2d Lieut. Elifha Adams, 3d Lieut. Ja- 
cob B. Wetter, Lieut, fire worker. 
Light Infantry, 
C#ptab%s\ Lieutenants. Enftgns, 

David Butt, Nathan Johnfon, Jabez Saflord. 



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Grenadier C*mp<tty. 

hi elite mints* E vf.gns . 

Peter Morfe, Eliflia Wheeler* 



Captains* 
Afa Nowlen, 

Aaron Crary, 

Charles Morfe, 

John Campbell, 

Sam. DougJafs, 

Afa Surges, 

Peter Burlinga:ne,llufTel Vaugn, 

Jacob Rude, Samuel Sprague, 

Loren Robbins, J. Palmer, 

Benjamin Wood, Simeon Butt, 



Thomas Wheeler, 
Jeremiah Brown, 
John Willy, 
Daniel Wheeler, 
Afa Butt, 



John Gordon, 
Afael Merrick, 
Elifha Tucker, 
SefSons Letter, 
Wm. D. Fofter, 
James Henry, jr. 
Ifaac Day, 
©ilmore Robbins, 
Mofes Clark. 



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fifth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Jacob Loomis, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Ephraim B. Fay, Major, John W. Chandler, Adju- 
taat. Stephen Buckingham, Quarter-Mailer. Samuel 
Dorrance, Pay-Mafter. Thaddeus Clark, Surgeon. — 
Jofiah Fuller, Surgeon's Mate. 

3d Company. 
Ifaiah Loomis, capt. 
Jfofeph Medcalf, ift lieut. 



ift Company. 

Confide r Allen, capt. 

David Keys, ift lieut. 

^ Jedediah Watkins, 2d It. 

J ofiah Butler, cornet. 

2d. Company. 
Kathaniel Gallup, capt. 
EliasParkhurfc, ift lieut. 
John Fiih, 2gl lieut. 
EbenezerDow, cornet. 



Simon Hans, cornet, 

4th Company. 
Chefter Childs, capt. 
Squire SefHons, \ ft. lieut. 
John W. Chandler, 2d It. 
Chefter Cady, comet. 



Fourth Divifion, 

Conf fting of 6th and 8th Brigades. 
Uriah Tracy, Efq. Major General* 

""'[ Aids de Qamt, 



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Sixth Brigade, 
- Augufline Taylor, Brigadier-General. 

/ Eli&a Sterling, Brigade Major and Infpe&or. 

* 

* J 4th Regt. Adon ; jah Strong, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
i Elijah Stanton, ift vhj. Jere. W Phelps, 2d Maj. 

John Elmore, Adjutant, [of. W. Crofman, Chaplain, 
, Hiram Bofworth, (Quarter- Mailer. M. Strong, Pay- 
1 Mailer. Berjamin Welfh, Surgeon. 

dipt dins. Lieutenants. Enjtgns. 

Miles Lewis, Salmon Hunt, Edmund Dunning, 

Jofeph Canfield, Philo Nichols, Jehiel Everet, 

Silas Franklin, John Rood, • JoXeph Fellows, jr. 

Mi!o L*e, J ere « Bufknel, James Folliot, 

John Hollabird, Jere. Horsford, jr. Samuel Horsford, 

Samuel BifTell, Stephen Reed, Afhbel Landon, 

Stsplien Holt, Lawrence Mills, Rofwell Humphry, 

David Hunt, Joel Cowles, James Root, 

Nat. Stevens, jr. Elizur Munger, Benj. Bigelcw, 

Vacant, Henry Vandozen, Henry pains. 

37th Regt. Ephraim Kirby, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Ifaiah Tuthill, ift Maj. Nath'l Goodwin, 2d Maj. 
Thomas Collier, Ac^jutant. Judah Champion, Chap. 

lair, Stephen Sanford, 2d. £)uartcr-Mafter. James 

Ston^, Pay Matter. Abel.Catlin, jr. Surgeon. Reuben 

S. Woodward, Surgeon's -Mate. 

Cnpt.:'insn Lieutenants. Enjigns. 

fohu Ph Ips, Thos. Colli r, James Stone, 

Lewis Kil bam, Horace Baldwin, Eliada Ofborn, 

Snfcnon Bneil, Cyprian Webfter, Micah Goodwin, 

Fr« d. Phelps, Rofwtll Willibn, Ezra Hinfd \le,jr. 

Danael Scove), Eldad Gibbs, Joiepi Phelps, 

SjthCole, Levi Frifbie, Elias Hinfdale, 

Saflfjl W. Speactrj Wm. Battle, jr. Thos. C. Ofborn, 



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Tame* Marfb, 2d. Philo Gibbs, 
Nath'l Marfli, 



Afa Laomi*, 
Gwrdon Granifs, 
Stephen <saniord. 



25th Regt Ifrael Jones, Lieut. Col Con mandant. 
Mofes Ke> log, ift Major. B' »oni Rrunion, 2d Major. 

Samuel Blakeflee, Adjutant. Vacant, Chaplain, Tho- 
mas C Brinfmade, Quarter- Matter. O/ias Bronfon, 
jun. Pay Maiter. . Rofwel' Abernathy, '•urgeon. Ifaac 
Benedict, Surgeon's Mute. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enjigns. 

Grenadiers, 
Eliphalet Auflin, Earles Th rp, Sylv. Seymour. 
Light Infantry, 
Mofes Wright, Preferved Criflcy. 



Ifaac Tilley, 

Jehiel Benham, 
Thos. Bufhnel, 
Humphry Cafe, 



Jofeph Cowles, Afahel Cowles, 
Jehiel Meaehum, Wm. Bufhnel 
Joel Rcxford, Alexander Chubb, 

Timothy Eniign, John Benning, Wm- French, 
Afaph Phelps, James Porter, Reuben Rockwell, 
Jehiel Wilcox, Zenas Willfon, Elifha Mallary, 
Abner Meflenger, Ifaiah Tuttle. 

^ 35th Regt. Benjamin Gould, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Timothy Hale, ift Maj. Samuel Canfleld, 2d Maj. 

Ifaac Hunt, Adjutant. Colt«n M. Smith, Chaplain, 

Samuel Lyman Quarter-Mafter. George King, Pay- 

Maftcr. Samuel B. Gager,. Surgeon. Elifha Nortk, 

SurgeonVMate. 

Artillery. 
Charles I. Jackfoa, capt. judfon Canfleld, ift Lieut. 
Dan el St. John, 2d Lieut. 
Captains, Lieutenants, Enjigns, 

Birdfey Norton, John Mi lies, Eli Pierce, 

Demas Mather, Mofes Lyman, jr.David WadhafKff, 
Tim*. Collins, Wait Williams, Jofliua Love], 
Benjamin Bill, Seth Wadhams, Eraftus Lyman, 



Daniel Gay, 
John Dickinfon, 
John Fuller, 
Thos. St. John, 
Noah Rogers, 



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Neh. Clark, 
Calvin Gay, 
Abijah Coe, 
Seth Wright, 
Allen Barftow, 
Hezekiah Gould, 



Stiles Peck, 
Adonijah Grifwold, 
Dudley Humphry, 
Solomon Beard, 
Giles Skiff, 
John Read. 



Sixth Regiment ef Cavalry. 
John A. Sedgwick, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

David Thomfon, Major. Elijah Gaylord, Adjutant, 
Afahel Hooker, Chaplain. Norman Grifwold, Quarter- 
Matter. Lemuel Carrington, Surgeon. Timo. Clark, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. 

Chauncey Seymour, Wra. Gj ant, RuiFel Hunt, Aaron 
Bradley. 

'Lieutenants. 

Benjamin Wells, Thaddeus Grifwold, Jofeph Allen, 
Abraham Burt, David Patterfon, Elijah Gaylord. 

Cornets. 
John Merrills, Roger Coe, C. Patteyfon, Jacob 
Rilbourn. 



Eighth Brigade. 

Daniel Potter, Brigadier-General. 
John Kingfbury, Brigade Major and Jnfpe&or. 

j^th Reg't. Ephraim Hinman, L't Col. Commandant. 
G. H. Cunningham, ift Maj. Abra'm Bronfon, 2dMaj. 

David Tallman, Adjutant. Noah Benedict, Chaplain. 
Phinehas Pond, Quarter- Matter . Richard 3 Marfhaif, 
Pay-Matter. Nathaniel perry, Surgeon. Anthony Br.r- 
mt, Surgeon's Mate, 



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Captains, 
Afa Stoddard, Noah Martin, David Hammond, Ben- 
jamin Pierce, David Leavett, jr. Timothy Strong, 
Hezekiah Hine. 

Lieutenants, 
Nathan A. Stoddard, Elihu Leavenworth, Silas Rennet, 
Enos Warner, Benjamin Judfon, j'r, Nathan Hawley, 
Samuel Blois, Bennet French, Mofes Wheeler. 
Enftgns. 
Daniel Bacon, Azor Betts, — -— Beecher, Aaron 
Bronfon, Timothy Lindfley, Juftus Minor, Myer H. 
Bronfon, David Weller. 

l6th Regiment. David Baldwin, L'tCol. Commandant. 

Juftus Barnham, ill Maj. Solomon Warnar, 2d Maj. 
Afa Chapman, Adjutant. Edward Ely, $)uarter- 
Mafter. Samuel C. Blackman, Pay-Mafter. Bennet 
Perry, Surgeon. 

Artillery Company, 

Ezra Bronfon, Captain, Bethel Morris, ifl Lieutenant, 
Chawncey Morris, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enjtgns, 

Light Infantry Company. 
Zalmon Peck, Nathaniel Nicols, David Edmond. 
John McLean, Ezra Wildman, Lemuel Merchant, 
Stephen Sanford, Sherman Botsford, {ames Nkhols, 
Ruffe 1 White, Noah Knapp, Silas Abbott, 

Abijah B. Curtifs, Richard Botsford, Samuel B. Booth, 
S. B. Barnham, Eli Gregory, Oliver Ball, 

Philip Brufh, Runa Rockwell, M. Northrop, j'r, 

Ethel Beebe, Abel Burnham, Edmund Beebe, 

Afa Northrop, Benj. R. Warner, David Hamlin, 
LamfonBurch, Timo. Shephard, Nath'l F. King. 

26th Reg^t. W'm Leavenworth, L't Col. Commandant. 
Street Richards, lftMaj, Caleb Hickox, 2d Maj. 
Linas Fcnn, Adjutant. Uriel Gridley, Chaplain. 



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Noah N. Brim Ton, Quarter-Matter. Jofiah Smith, Pay- 
Mafter. John Elton, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfignr. 

ift Light Infantry Company. 
John Kingfbury, fofeph Cook, J of. Leavenworth. 

2d Light Infantry Company. 
«— . h — ? Amzi Tallmadge, Allen Wells. 

Jared Prichard, Elijah Nettleton, Eli Hine, 

— . — ■ . ■ •" , Richard Fenn, John Merriam, j'r, 

Amos Seymour, Micah Blakeflee, Oliver Todd, 

Eleazer judol, Garret Smith, JLandon Loveman, 
Preferv'd Carter, Ifaac Upfon, Jeffe Allcox, 

1 JofephTwitehel, Afahel Lane, 

Enos Hickcox, John Lewis, j'r, Richard Warner, 

fcevi Bronfon, Jofeph Bronfon, Abraham Hickcox, 

EphraimTuttle, — , Jofrah Tyltr. 

29th Regiment. Ozias Ruel, L't Col. Commandant- , 
Reuben Warner, ift Maj. W'm Coggfwell, 2d Maj. 

Lyfander Curtifs, Adjutant. Eben'r Porter, Chaplain. 
Afher Canfield, Qnarter-Mafter. Philo Ruggles, Pay- 
Mafter. Chauncey Lowrey, Surgeon. Ebenezer Smith> 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfant. 

I ft Light Infantry Company. 
Abraham Hayes. Daniel Lines, Truman R. Phelps: 

2d Light Infantry Company. 
Peter Pratt, Erail. Chamberlin, 1 — — — . 

Beebe Hine, Joel Stone, Famuel Gregory, 

Abtjah Perry, Ethel Carter, Eiias Smith, 

Timothy Mitchel, Daniel Colhoon, William Ford, 

EK-azer Warner, Uriah Sanford, Daniel H. Ferris, 

Stephen Blake, Ifaac Sturtevant, T. Fairchild^ 

Richard Elliot, Stephen Coggfwell, fofeph Merchant, 

Bennet Picket, William Potter, J. A. Giddeons, 

Abijah Treat, Abel Beach, Nathan Betts. 



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Eighth Regiment of Cavalry. 
< Robert Hannahs, L't Col. Commandant. 

William Taylor, Major. George D K* Hon, Adjutant. 
Azel Bacchus, Chaplain. Samuel W. Southmuyd, Pay- 
Matter. Titus Hull, Surgeon 



i ft Company. 
Friend Clark, captain, - 
Nathan Ramfey, ft lieut. 
Andrew Martin, j'r, 2d \% 
J. P. Leaven wo th, comet. 

2d Company. 
Seth Comftock, captain, 
-,*ift lieut. 



3d Company. 
Ef'mund Lockwood, capt. 
Anthony Guernfey, lit ft, 
Eh Barns, 2d licut. 
Amos Benham, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Herman Canfield, captain, 
Solomon Titus, I ft lieut. 



Joiin Briftol, 2d lieut. j Thomas Sanford, 2d lieut. 
Noah Rockwell, cornet. j , cornet. 

$0** The foregoing is * copy of the returns made to 
the Adjutant General, in the fall of 1S00 ; except feme 
alterations in the field and general DrFicers, which were, 
made by the General AfTembly in October. 

Connecticut Medical Society \ 

\ A T a Convention of the Preftdent snd Fellows of the 
jLJL Connecticut Medic rf Society, hokkn at New Haven 
on the 1 5th day of October 1800, the following gentle* 
men were appointed officers for the ye: r enfuing : 
Doa. ENEAS MUNSON, Prefulent. * 

Doc c t. JAMES POTTER, Vice PrefideRt. 
Doft. WILLIAM B. HALL, Treafurer. 
Doct. SAMUEL WOODWARD. Secretary. 
The following gentlemen were returned from various 
counties, duly chofm Fellows for t ie year enfuing: 

Hartford County --Doctors Elihu Tuder,Maf©H F- Cogf- 
well, Solomon Evereft, Timothy Hall, John Beiter. 
Ex-aming Committee — Solomon Evereft, John Better,. 
Eliphalet Buck. 



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New-Haven county — Do&ors Eneas Munfon, Abraham 
Tomlinfon, i-ohn Spalding, ared Potter, ObadiahHotch- 
kifs. Examining Committee — Abraham Tomlinfon, 
ElijaTi Munfon, Obadiah Hotchkifs. 

Nevj-London county — Doftors Simon V'olcott, John R. 
Watriis, ;ohn Noyce, John O. Miner, Avery Downer. 
Ex mining Committee— -John R. Watrus, JohnO. Min- 
er, Avery Downer. 

Fairfield county — Do6lors James Potter, Mofea Hurl- 
but, Gideon Shepard, Joieph Trowbridge, Thaddeus 
Betts. Examining Committee — Hofea Huribut, Gideon 
Shcp,;rd» Jofeph Trowbridge. 

Windham county — Doctors Pannuel Hutchjns, Leonard 
Bacon, Jonathan Hall, Thomas Hubbard, Siah Ful!er. 
Exam'nincr Committee - Jonathan Hall, Laonard Bacon, 
Thomas Hubbard. 

Litchfield comity-^ Doctors • Samuel Orton, Samuel 
Woodward, Jeffs Carrinpton, Anthony Bur ret, Nath'I 
Perry. Examining Committee — Samuel Woodward, 
JefTe Carrington, Anthony Burritt 

'"Middle f ex county -Doctors Thomas Mofeley, Richard 
Elv, William. B: Hall. Examining Committee-— Rich- 
ard Ely, Smith Clerk, William B. Hall 

Tol;,! ad county— Doctor $ Jeremiah Wert. Nathan How- 
ard, Ruggles Carpeiuer. Examining Committee—- 
Ruggles Carpenter, Samuel V\ illard,.J^athan Howard. 

Doctors Richard Ely, and Leonard Bacon, are ap- 
pointed to deliver an oration or differ tation on fome 
med'eal fubjeel, at the next convention 

The following are the prize queflions the year en- 
filing : I 

ift. Schirrus, its c;iufes, fynrproms, and modes of 
iiTue ; What is the beft method of treating it in its re- 
cent ft ate ; and bow beft treated if it becomes car.ee- 
ronsj Premium, PeikinfouVs Vo; ■ a^e to the South -Sea. 

2d Chronic Kheumatifm, what ? how dlftinguifned 
from the Inflammatory \ how cbftinguifiied from the 



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Gout ; its caufes, fymptoms, and bed metkod of cure? 
Premium, Doft. Fothergill's Works. 

3d. Mercury its nature ; what preparations of it are 
beft : in what difeafes, and how to be adminiftered? 

Officers of the Miffionary Society. 

Honorable John Treadwell, Chairman. 

Reverend Abel Flint, Secretary of the trufl. 

Andrew Kingflmry, Efq. Treafurer. 

John Porter, Efq. Comptroller of accounts. 
Trufteesfor the pre fent year. 
Hon. John Treadwell, Hon. Roger Newberry, Hon, 
Heman Swift, Hon. Jonathan Brace, Hon. John Daven- 
port, Jofhua Lathrop, Efq'rs. Rever'd, MefTrs. Benja- 
min Trumbull, D. D. Levi Hart,D. D. Nathan Williams, 
D. D. Cyprian Strong, Nathan Strong, Charles Backus, 

The following are noiv $n tour* 
Rey'd Meff'rs Willifton, Bufhnel, Huntington, Badg* 
er, Jerome, and Bacon. 



STATE OF VERMONT. 

^ His Excellency ISAAC TICHEKOR, Efq. Goverucr. 
His Honor Paul Brigham, Efq. Lieut. Gov. 

COUNCILLORS. 

Samuel Safford, | Timothy Tod<' g 

William Chamberlin, | Jonas Galuftia, 

Luke Knowlton, j Stephen Jacob, 

John Strong, j Elijah Ilobinfon, 
Ebenezer Marvin, EHftia Allis, 

Solomon Miller, j Abel Spencer. 

Benjamin Swan, efq. Treafurer. 

Rofwcil Hopkins, efq. Secretary, 



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Amos Marfl], Efq. Speaker. 
Nathan Ofgood, Efq. Clerk. 

fudges of the Supreme Court. 

Uoa. ENOCH WOODBRIDGE, Efq'r. Ghief Jud* 
JLot Hall, and ? ... T . 

Noah >mith, Efq'rs, ^ ^ Judges. 



STATE OF RHODE-ISLAND. 

LEGISLATIVE, EXECUTIVE, and JUDICIAL* 

His Excellency ARTHUR FENNER^ Governor* 

Honorable Samuel J. Potter, L't Governor. 

SENATORS. 
John Innes Clark, | Thomas Hoxfie, 
Noah Matthewfon, {Nicholas Taylor, 

Vacant, I lob Watfon, 

Samuel El am, 1 [ohn Harris, 

James Congdon, 1 Timothy Wilmarth, efq's. 

Samuel Eddy, efq. Secretary.. 

William V. King, efq. Deputy-Secretary. 

James Burri.13, jun. efq. Attorney General. 

Henry Sherburne, eiq General Treafurer. 

Jufifcts of the Supreme Jwlichl Court. 

Hon. "e:eg Arnold, efq thief. 

Ezekiel Gardner, eiq. 2d. j T o!hua Bicknell, eC(\^ 4th. 

Waiter Cooke, efq. 3d. I Thomas Holden, efq. 5th. 

Clerks of the Superior Court. 
For the County of Newport, William V. King, efq. 
y'ovkbnce, F.ml Allen, jun. efq. Wafhington, James 
Helrhe, jr efq. F-riftol, Jonathan Ruffell, efq. Keotr^ 
Andrew Boy& zfa. 



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jfujiiccs of the Court of Common Pitas* 

County cf Ncivport. 
Confront Taber, efq. chief. Eenj. Johnfon, efq. 2d. 
Perez Richmond, efq 3d. William Anthony, efq. 4th. 
Nicholas Carr, "efq 5th. 

County of Providence. 
Caleb Harris, efq. chief. John Burton, efq. 2d. John 
Dorrance, efq. 3d. Arnold Paine, efq. 4th. Daniel 
Howard, efq. 5th. 

County of Wafnngton. 
Jofeph Hoxie, efq. chief. Robert Stanton, eCq. 2L 
Thomas TefFt, efq. 3d. William Hammond, efq. 4th. 
John Waite,efa 5th. 

County tf Brij/kl. 
Samuel Allen, efq. chief. William Barton, efq. 2d. 
Jofiah Finney, efq. 3d. Jofeph Reynolds, efq. 4th* 
lehabod Cole, efq. 5th. 

County of Kent. 
Thomas Rice, efq. chief, Benjamin Johnfon, efq. 2d. 
Stephen Greene (of Eaft- Greenwich) efq. 3d. Jacob 
Greene, efq. 4th. ' William Greene^ (fon of Philip) efq. 
5th. 

Clerks of the Court tf Common Pleas* 
Newport, Robert Rogers, efq. Providence, James 
Fcnner, efq. Wafhingtcn, Samuel E. Gardiner, efq. 
Briftol, Richard Smith, jun. efq. Kent, Hopkins 
Cooke, efq. 

Sheriffs. 
Newport, Edward Thurfton, efq. Providence, Wm. 
Allen, efq. Wafhington, Walter White, efq. Briflol, 
Richard Smith, efq.- Kent, Jona. Niles, efq. 
Public Notaries. 
Newport, Chriitopher Eliery, efq. Providence, Geo. 
R. Burrill, efq. Samuel Chafe, efq.' Washington, GeS 
Thomas, efq. Briftol, Richard Smith, jun efq Kynr, 
Hopkins Cooke, efq. Wefterly, Charh flown arc H' v p« 
kinton, Samuel Brown, efq. Warren, William T. 
Miller, efq. 



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HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES., 

Hon. William Bradford, Speaker. 

William Marchant, Clerk. 

Military Officers. 

Simeon Martin, efq. Major- General. 
Brigadier Generals. 
Newport and Brifto!, Benj. How land, efq. Provi- 
dence, William Allen, efq. Wafliingtas, James Up* 
dike, efq. Kent, lfaac Johnfon, efq. 
Ebenezer Burrill, eiq. Adjutant- General. 
£)r. Benj. Mafon, Director and Purveyor General of 
the Hofpital of the State, and Surgeon and Phyfician 
General of the Militia. 

Practising Attohnies. 

County of Newport* 
Afher Tlobbins, Benjamin Hazard, 

William Hunter, Thomas Durfee, 

1 William V. King, G. S. Silliman. 

Daniel Lyman, 

CounU of Vrovider.ee. 
Hon. David Howell, | Nathaniel Searle* 
Jawies Burrill, jun. | Philip Crapo, 
George R. Burrill, j Paul Allen, 
David L. Barnes, j Triflram Barges, 

Samuel W. Bridgham, j Aldis. 

County of Wtjhington. 
nsn.EUfhalt. Potter, 1 Cyrus French, 
John liagadorn, | Levi Totten, 

County of BriJloL 
Hon. William Bradford, Guftavus Baylies. 



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County of Kent. 
Benjamin Howland, Nathan Whiting. 



BANKS in Rhode-Ifland. 

BANK OF RHODE-ISLAND, 

At Newport. 

Chriftopher Champlin, Prefidsnt. 
Directors* 

George Gibbs, Caleb Gardner, 

George Champlin, Simeon Martin, 

Peleg Clarke, Walter Channir.g, 

Thomas Dennis, James Robinibn. 

Mofes Seixas, Cafliier. 



PROVIDENCE BANK. 

Capital 400,000 dollars. 



John Brown, Prefident. 
Directors. 



John I. C?ark, 
Jabez Bowcn, 
Mofes Brown, 
Samuel Butler, 



Thomas L. Halfey, 
Nicholas Brown, 
William Holroyd, 
John Corlis. 



Olncy Winfor, Cafliier. 

Infurance Companies. 

NEWPORT INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Samuel Elam, Prefident, 

n a 



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Directors. 



Henry Sherburne, 
Archibald Crary, 
Eth^n Clarke, 
T .10 mas Dennis, 
Honert M Auchmuty, 
Tnomas dmdy, 



Okriftopber G Champlin, 
Wiliiam Hunter, 
«dhn L. Sofs, 
Jo feph Rogers, 
Francis Briuley, 
Ebenez «r Bur rill. 



Jabez Denifon, Secretary. 

PROVIDENCE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Capital 150,003 dollars. Object, Marine Infurance. 

Jo *n Mdfon, Prefident* 

Directors. 



Zephaniah Brown, 
Charles Lippitt, 
Zachariah Allen, 
Thomas P. Ives, 
John I. Clark, 
Mofes Lippitt, 



John Corlis, 
John Rogers, 
James Burrill, jr. 
Samuel Butler, jr. 
Thomas L Holfey, 
Young Seamans. 



John Mathewfon, jun. Secretary. 



WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, 

In Providence. 

Capital uo,ooo dslhrs. Object, Marine Infurance. 

Richard jackfon, jun. Prefident. 

Directors. 

Charles Sheldon, 
S;irmel Aborn, jun. 
Thomas jackfon, 



Jabez Bullock, 
Jofeph Tulinghaft, 
Amos Throop, 
Grindall Reynolds, 
Abri«r Daggett, 
Efcaufczcr MAComber, 



George Jackfon, 
Whceier Martin, 



George B?nfoR ? Secretary, 



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PROVIDENCE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

Qbjtft to itifure Houfes, Stores, and other property on Land, 

againfl Fire* 

John Mumford, Chairman. 

Directors, 

Jere. B. Howell, 



John Pitman, 
Jofeph Jenckes, 
William Jones, 
Paris f. Tillinghaft, 
John Whipple, 
Henry Smith, J 

John Carlifle, | 

John Mumford, 
Jofeph Jenckes, 
ObadiahM. Brown, } 

Nathan Waterman, Treafurer, 
Jofeph Lawrence, Secretary. 



Obad M. Brown, 
Ifaac Pitman, 
Amos T. Jenckes, 
John F. Shelcien, 
Nathan Argell, jun. 
Samuel Thurber, jun« 

Truftees. 



Ele&ors of Prefident & Vice Prefident. 



FOURTH PRESIDENCY. 

Neiv- Rarnpjhire. 

Oliver Peabody, John Prent ce, Benjamin Bellowes, 
Ebenezer Thompfen, Arthur Livermore, and Timothy 
Farrar, Efquires. 

MaJJ'achufetts. 

Samuel Philips, Edward H Rebbins, David RofTeter, 
Ebenezer Hunt,' John Hooker, J ofcph Allen, Walter 
Spooner, William Sever, William Baylies, Thomas 
Dawes, Francis Dana, Samuel Sewall, Theophilus 
Bradbury, Samuel S, YfHde, Lemuel Weeks, Andrew 
P. Fernald, efo/rs, . 



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I Rhode-IJland. 
George Champlm, Olivrr Davis, William Greene, 
and £ J Ward Maa ton, Efquires. 
Vermont. 
Elij ih Dewey, Jonathan Hunt, Rofwell Hopkins, and 
William Chamber lain, Efquires 

Conne&'teut, 
Jonathan Trumbull, John Treadwell, JeflTe Root, 
Jonathan Sturges, Jonathan Ingerfoll, Stephen Mix 
Mitchell, Tapping Reeve, Matthew Grifvvold, and 
Jonathan Ogden Mofely, Efquires. 

New-Tor k. 

Ifaac Ledyard, Anthony Lifpenard, Pierre Van 
Cortland, jun. James Burt, Gilbert Livingfton, Thom- 
as Jenkins, Peter Van Nefs, Robert Ellis, John Wood- 
worth, Jeremiah Van Renfellaer, Jacob Eaker, and 
William Floyd. 

Newjerfey, 

Ifaac Smith, Thomas Sinnickfon, Richard Stockton, 
Jofhua L. Howell, Matthias Williamfon, jun. Samuel 
Stanhope Smith, and William Griffith, Efquires. 

Pennfylvaftia* 
Frederick Kuha, James Armftrong, George Ege, 
John Hubley, William Hall, Samuel W. Filher, James 
Crawford, Senior; Robert Whitehill, Samuel Wetherill, 
John Kean, Jonas Hartzell, Gabriel Heifter, Prefsley 
Carr Lane, Nathaniel B. Boileau, and Ifaac Vanliorne, 
efquires. 

Delaware. 
Kenfey Johns, Samuel White, Nathan Mitchell, efq'rs« 

' Maryland. 

Edmund Plowden, Francis Deakins, George Murdock, 

Martin Kerfhner, Gabriel Duvall, N- R. M»ore, John 

Gilpin, P. Spencer, Wm. M. Robinfon, L. Dennis, efq'rs, 

North-Carolina. 

John Hamiltos, Bryan Wfcitefield, .Thomas Wynns, 



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Gideon Alfton, Jofeph Taylor, AbfalomTatom, Jofeph 
Winfton, William Tate, Nathan Mayo, Thomas Brown, 
Wm, Martin, Spruce v H cay. efq'rs. 
Virginia 
George Wythe, William Newfurn, Edmund Pendle- 
ton. William H. Cabell, James Madifbn, jr. lohn Page, 
Tho's Newton, junr. Carter B. Harrifon, Jofeph 
Jones, William B. Giles, Gr*ed Taylor, Thomas Heed, 
fen'r. George Penn, Walter Jones, Richard Brent, Will- 
iam Ellzey, Andrew Moore, John Brown, John Pref- 
ton, Hugh Holmes, and Archibald Stuart, efq'rs. 

[At the time of this publication , the editor had not heard 
from the other ftates. ] 

| Governors of the States in the Union. 

John T. Gilman, Newhampihire ; Caleb Strong, Maf- 
fachufetts ; Arthur Fenner. Rhode-ifland; Jonathan 
Trumbull, Connecticut; Ifaac Tichenor, Vermont; 
John Jay, New-York; Richard Howell, New- Jerfey ; 
Thomas M'Kean, Pennfylvania ; Richard BaiTett, De- 
laware ; Benjamin Ogle, Maryland; James Monroe, 
Virginia; Benjamin Williams, North-Carolina; Ben- 
^ jamin Smith, South-Carolina ; John Sevier, Tenneffee; 
James Jackfon, Georgia; William H. Harrifon, Indiana 
Territory; Arthur St. Clair, N.W. Territory; — 
Greenup, Kentucky. 



ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS. 
Wm. M'Millen, Reprefentative to Congrefs, from 
N. W. Territory ; vice Mr. Harrifon, refigned. 

Biflinp Clagget, and Rev Mr. Lvle, Chaplains of 
Congrefs. — 

Timothy Burr, Maj. in ift Con. Regt. 
Dele, Mr. Griifing, Attorney Norwich. 



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ADDRESS 

OF THE LATE 

General George Wafhington, 

TO THE CITIZENS OF THE 

UNITED STATES, 

ON DECLINING A RE-ELECTION TO 
THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT. 

Friends and Fellow-Citine?!** 

. rpHE period for a new election of a Citizen, to 

JL adminifter the executive government of the 

the United States, being not far diftant, and the 

time actually arrived, when your thoughts muft be 

employed in defignating the perfon, who is to be 

cloathed with that important truft, it appears to 

me proper, efpecially as it may conduce to a more 

, . diftinct expreflion of the public voice, that I fhould 

\ now appriie you of the resolution I have formed, 

to decline being confidered among the number of 

. thofe, out of whom a choice is to be made. 

I beg you, at the fame time, to do me the juftice 

to be allured, that this refolution has not been ta- 

• ken, without a Ariel: regard to all the confiderations 

appertaining to the relation, which binds a dutiful 

. citizen to his country ; and that in withdrawing 

the tender of ferviee which filence in my fituation 

might imply, I am influenced by no diminution of 

zeal for your future intereft ; no deficiency of 

grateful refpeft for your paft &ndnefs j but am 

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Supported by a full convi&ion that the dep is 
compatible with both. 

The acceptance of, and continuance hitherto in 
the office to which your fuffrages have twice called 
me, have, been a uniform facrifice of inclination to 
the opinion of duty, and to a deference for what 
appeared to be your defire. I conftantly hoped, 
that it would have been -much earlier in my pow- 
er, confidently with motives, which I was not at 
liberty to dilregard, to return to that retirement, 
from which I had been reluctantly drawn. The 
rtrength of my inclination to do this, previous to 
the lad election, had even led to the preparation 
<df an addrefs to declare it to you : but mature re- 
.fiec'tion on the then perplexed and critical pofture 
of our affairs with foreign nations., and the unani- 
mous advice of perfons entitled to my confidence, 
impelled me to abandon the idea. 

I rejoice, that the date of your concerns, exter- 
nal as well as internal, no longer renders the pur. 
jfii it of inclination incompatible with the fentiment 
.of duty, or propriety, and am perfuaded whatever 
partiality may be retained for my fervices, that in 
the preient circumftanccs of our country, you will , 
Hot difapprove my determination to rethe. 

The impreffions with which I firft undertook the 
arduous trud, were explained on the proper occa- 
sion. In the difcharge of this truft, I will only fay, 
that I have with good intentions, contributed to- 
wards the organization and adminidration of the 
government, the bed exertions of w hi eh a very 
fallible judgment was capable. Not unconfeious, 
in the outlet of the inferiority of my qualifications, 
experience in my own eyes, perhaps dill more in 
♦he eyes of others, has itrengthened the motives of 
4;fiidence of royfelf -, and every day the eacreafipg 



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weight of years admoniihes we more and more, that 
the fhade of retirement is as net cilery to me is it 
will b£ welcome. Satisfied that if any circumftaiu 
ces have given peculiar value to my ici vices, they 
were temporary, I have the confolation to believe, 
that while choice and prudence invite me to quie 
the political fcene, patnolifin does nt>t forbid it. 
In looking forward to the moment, which is in* 

I tended to terminate the career of my public life, 
my feelings do not permit me to fiifpend the deep 
acknowledgment of that debt of gratitude, which 
I owe to my beloved country, for the many hon- 
ours it has conferred upon me ; Mill more for the 
ftedfaft confidence with which it has fupported mc • 
and for the opportunities I have thence enjoyed of 

l manifefting my inviolable attachment, by fervices. 
faithful and perfevering, though in ufefulnefs un- 
equal to my zeal. If benefits have refill ted to our 
country from thefe Cervices, let it always be re- 
membered to your praife, and as an inftructive ex- 
ample in our annals, that under circumftances in 
wh> h the pafiions, agitated in every direolior;, 
were liable to miflead, ainidft appearances fome- 
times dubious, — viciflitudes of fortune often difcou- 
' a S m g> — ]n htuations in which not unfrequentiy 
want of fuccefs, has contenanced the fpirit of cri- 
ticifm — the conftancy of your fupport was the ef- 
fential prop of the efforts, and a guarantee of the 
plans by which they were effecled. Profoundly 
penetrated With this idea, I fhall carry it with me 
to my grave, as a ftrong incitement to unceailrg 
vows that Heaven may continue to you the choiceifc 
tokens of its beneficence — that your union and bro- 
therly affeclion may be perpetual — that the free 
confutation, which is the work of your hands, may- 
be facredly maintained—that its adn; in: fhrati^nh?. 



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every department may be ftamped with wifdom' 
and virtue-that, in fine, the happinefs of the people 
of thefe States, under the aufpices of liberty, may 
be made complete, by fo careful a prefervation and 
fa prudent a ufe of this blefling as will acquire to 
them the glory of recommending it to the applaufe, 
the affection and adoption of every nation which 
is yet a ftranger to it. 

Here, perhaps, I ought to flop. But a folicitude 
for your welfare, which cannot end but with my 
life, and the apprehenfion of danger, natural to that 
folicitude, urge me on an occafion like the prefent, 
to offer to your folemn contemplation, and to re- 
commend to your frequent review, fome fenti- 
ments, which are the refult of much reflection, of 
no inconfiderable obfervation, and which appear ta 
me all-important to the permanency of your feli- 
city as a people. Thefe will be offered to you 
with the more freedom, as you can only fee in 
them the difinterefred warnings of a parting friend, 
who can poflibly have no perfonal motive to bias 
his counfel. Nor can I forget, as an encourage- 
ment to it, your indulgent reception of my fenti- 
ments on a former and not difiimilar occafion. 

Interwoven as is the love of liberty with every 
ligament of your hearts, no recommendation of 
mine is neceffary to fortify or confirm the attach- 
ment. 

The unity of government which conflitutes you 
one people, is alfo now dear to you. It is juftly 
fo ; for it is a main pillar in the edifice of your real 
independence, the fupport of your tranquility at 
home, your peace abroad ; of your fafety ; of your 
profperity ; of that very liberty which you fo high- 
ly prize/ But as it is eafy to forefee, that from 
different caufes and from different quarters, n^uch 



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pains will be taken, many artifices employed, to 
weaken in your minds the conviction of this truth j 
as this is the point in your political fortrefs agairift 
which the batteries of internal and external ene- 
mies will be mod conftantly and actively (though 
often covertly and infidioufly) directed, it is of 
infinite moment, that you mould properly eftimate 
i the immenfe value of your national union, to your 
* collective and individual happinefs ; that you 
fl-iould cherifh a cordial, habitual and immoveable 
attachment to it ; accuftoming yourfelves to think 
and fpeak of it as the Palladium of your politico! 
fafety and profperity, watching for its prefervation 
with jealous anxiety ; discountenancing whatever 
ma v y fuggeft even a fufpicion that it can in any eve k 
ju,, be abandoned ; and indignantly frowning upon the 
firft dawning of any attempt to alienate any portion 
of our country from the reft, or to enfeeble the fa- 
cred ties which now link together the various 
parts. 

For this you have every inducement of fympathy 
and intereft. Citizens, by birth or choice, of a 
common Gountry, that country has a right to con- 

Vcentrate your affections. The name of Ameri- 
can, which belongs to you in your national capa- 
city, muft always exalt the juft pride of patriotifm, 
more than any appellation derived from local diC 
criminations. With flight (hades of difference you - 
have the fame religion, manners, habits and polit^ 
cal principles. You have in a common caufe 
fought and triumphed together ; the independence 
and liberty you poffefs are the work of joint coun- 
cils, and joint efforts, of common dangers, fuffer- 
ings and fucceffes. 

But thefe confiderations however powerfully 
they addrefs thcmjelves to you* fcnfiblity, ; are 
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greatly outweighed by tbofe which apply more 
immediately to your intereft. Here every portion 
of your country find the moft commanding motives 
for carefully guarding and preferving the union 
©f the whole. 

The North in an unreftrained intercourfe with 
the South, protected by the equal laws of a com- 
mon government, finds in the productions of the 
latter, great additional refources of maritime and 
commercial enterprize, and precious materials of 
manufacturing induftry. The fouth in the fame 
intercourfe, benefitting by the agency of the North,, 
fees its agriculture grow, and its commerce expand. 
Turning partly into its ©wn channels the feamen of 
the North, it finds its particular navigation invigo- 
rated — and while it contributes, in different ways, 
to flourifh and iscreafe the general mafs of the na- 
tional navigation, it looks forward to the protection 
of a maritime ftrength, to which itfelf is unequally 
adapted. The Eaft in a like intercourfe with the 
Weil, already finds, and in the progteflive improve- 
ment of interior communications, by land and wa- 
ter, will more and more find a valuable vent for 
the commodities which it brings from abroad, or 
manufactures at home. The Weft derives from- 
the Eaft fupplies requifite to its growth and com- 
fort — and what is perhaps of ftill greater confe- 
quence it mud of neceflity owe the fecure enjoy- 
ment of indifpenfible outlets for its own produc- 
tions to the weight, influence, and the future mari- 
time ftrength of the Atlantic fide of the union, di- 
rected by an indifibluble community of intereft as 
one nation. Any other tenure by which the Weft 
can hold this eflential advantage, whether derived 
from its own Separate ftrengh, or from an apoftate 
and unnatural connection with any foreign power, 
jBiuit be intrinfieally precarious, 



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^ 



While then every part of our ectintry thus feels- 
an immediate and particular interefl in Union, all 
the parts combined cannot fail to find in the united 
mafs of means and efforts, greater fhength, greater 
refourcc, proportionably greater fecurity, from ex- 
ternal danger, a lefs frequent interruption of their 
peace by foreign nations; and what is of ineftimable 
value ; they mufl derive from Union an exemp- 
tion fre m thofe broils and wars between themfelvcs 
which fo frequently afflict neighbouring countries, 
not tied together by the fame government ; which 
their own rival fliips alone would be fufticient to 
produce^ but which oppofite foreign alliances, at- 
tachments and intrigues would Simulate and embit- 
tcr. Hence, likewifey they will avoid the necefli- 
ty of thofe overgrown military -eftablifhments,. 
which under any form of government are inaufpu 
cious to liberty, and which are to be regarded as 
particularly" hoftile to Republican Liberty : In this 
fenfe it is, that your Union ought to be confid&ed 
as a main prop of your liberty, and that the love 
of the one ought to endear to you the prefervatiorii 
©f the other. 

Thefe confiderations fpeak a perfuafive language* 
to every reflecting and virtuous mind, and exhibit 
the continuance of the Union as a primary object 
of a patriotic defire. Is there a doubt, whether a 
common government can embrace fo large a fphere ? 
Let experience folve it. To liften to mere fpecu- 
lation in fuch a cafe were criminal. We are au- 
thorised to hope that a proper organization of the 
whole, with the auxiliary agency of governments 
for the refpedive fubdivifions, will afford a happy 
iffue to the experiment. 'Tiswell worth a fair and 
fall experiment. With fuch powerful and obvious 
motives to Union> affecting, all parts of our conn- 






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ffy, while experiment (hall not have demonftrated 
its impracticability, there will always be reafon to 
diftruft the patriotism of thofe, who in any quarter 
may endeavor to weaken its bands. 

In contemplating the caufes which may difturb 
our Union, it occurs as matter of ferious concern, 
that any ground mould be furnifhed for characleri- 
fmg parties, by Geographical difcrimi nations — Nor- 
thern and Southern- — -Atlantic and Weftern ; 
whence defigning -men may endeavor to excite a 
belief, that there is a real difference of local inter- 
efts and views. One of the expedients of party 
to acquire influence, within particular diftricts, is 
to mifreprefent the opinions and aims of fome oth- 
er diftri&s. You cannot fliie Id yourfelves too 
much again ft the jealoufies and heart-burnings 
which fpring from thefe mifreprefentations ;• they 
tend to render alien to each other > thofe who ought 
to be bound together by fraternal affeclion. The 
inhabitants of our weftern country have lately had 
a ufe ful lefTon on this head. They have feen in 
the negotiation by the Executive, and in the una- 
nimous ratification by the Senate, of the Treaty 
with Spain, and in the univerfal fatisfaclion at that 
event throughout the United States, a decifive 
proof how unfounded were the fufpicions propaga- 
ted among them, of a policy in the general govern- 
ment and in the Atlantic States unfriendly to their 
interefts in regard to the Miffifippi ; they have been 
witnedes to the formation of two treaties, that with 
Great Britain, and that with Spain, which fecure 
to them every thing they could deftre, in refpedt 
to our foreign relations, towards confirming their 
profperity. Will it not be their wifdom to rely 
for the prefervation of thefe advantages on the un- 
ion by which they were procured ? Will they 



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not henceforth be deaf to thofe advifers, if fuclv 
there are, who would fever them from their breth- 
ren, and connect them with aliens ? 

To the efficacy and permanency of your Union, 
a government for the whole is indi.fpcn fable. No 
alliances, however Ariel:, between the parts can be 
an adequate Substitute ; they will inevitably expe- 
rience the infractions and interruptions which all 
alliances in- all times have experienced — Senfible 
of this momentous truth, you have improved up- 
on your firft efTay, by the adoption of a constitution 
of government better calculated than your former 
for an intimate Union, and for the efficacious ma- 
nagement of your common concerns. This gov- 
ernment, the offspring of your own choice, uninflu- 
,* enced and unawed, adopted upon full investigation 
% and mature deliberation, completely free in its 
principles,, in the distribution of its powers, uniting 
iecurity with energy, and containing within itfelf 
a provifion for its own amendment, has a juft claim 
to your confidence and your fupport., ReSpecl for 
its authority, compliance with its laws, acquieS- 
cence in its meafures, are duties enjoined by the 
fundamental maxims of true liberty. The bafis of 
\ our political fyftems is the right of the people to 
make and to alter their constitutions of govern- 
ment. But the constitution which at any time ex- 
ists, until changed by an explicit and authentic act 
of the whole people, is facredly obligatory upon all. 
The very idea of the power and the right of the peo- 
ple to efrabliih government, pi e-fnppofes the duty of 
every individual to obey the established govern- 
ment. 

All obstructions to the execution of the laws, 
all combinations and affociations, under whatever 
plaulible characters, with the real deSign to direct. 



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control, counteracl or awe the regular deliberation 
and action of the conftiiuted authorities, are des- 
tructive of thisfundameiu.il principle, and of fatal 
tendency. They ferve to organise faction, to give 
if an artificial a;,d extraordinary force \ to put in 
the place of the delegated will of the nation, the 
will of a party, often a Small but artful and en- 
terprizing minority of the community ;. and, ac- 
cording to the alternate triumphs of different par- 
ties, to make the public administration the mirror 
of the ill-concerted and incongruous projects of 
faction, rather than the organ of confident and 
whoSeSome plans digefted by common councils, 
modified by mutual interefts. 

However combinations or afloeiations of the a- 
bove description may now and then anfwer popular 
ends, they are likely in the courfe of time, and 
things, to become potent engines, by which cun- 
ning, ambitious and unprincipled men will be en- 
abled to Subvert the power of the people, and to 
ufurp for themfelves the reins of government ; 
destroying afterwards the very engines which have 
lifted them to unj.ufl dominion.. 

Towards the -preservation of your government^ 
and the permanency of your prefent happy State, it 
is requiSite, not only that you fleadily discountenance 
irregular opposition to its acknowledged* authority, 
but alSo that yon rt-Sift with care the Spirit of inno- 
vation upon its principles however Specious the pre- 
text. — One method of aflault may be to effect in 
the forms of the conliitiuion, alterations which 
will impair the energy of the SySlem, and thus to 
undermine what cannot be directly overthrown,. 
In all the changes to which you may be invited, 
remember that time and habit are at lead: as ne- 
ccilary to Six the true character ©f government, as 



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^f other human inftitutions — that experience is the 
i'ureft (landard, by which to tcft the real tendency 
of the exifting conftitution of a country — that fa- 
cility in changes upon the credit of mere hypothe- 
cs and opinion, expofes to perpetual change, from 
the endlefs variety of hypothecs and opinion j and 
remember, especially, that for the efficient manage- 
ment of your common interests, in a country fo ex- 
tenfive as ours, a government of as much vigour as 
is confident with the perfect fecurity of liberty, is 
indifpenfable. Liberty itfelf will -find in fuch a 
government, with powers properly di/tributed and 
adjufted, its fureft guardian. It is, indeed little 
elfe than a name, where the government is too 
feeble to withffcand the enterprises of faction, to 
confine each member of the Society within the li- 
mits prefcribed by the laws, and to maintain all in 
the fecure and tranquil enjoyment of the rights 
of perfon and property. 

I have already intimated to you, the danger of 
parties in the flute, with particular reference to the 
founding of them on geographical discriminations. 
Lefme now take a more comprehenfive view, and 
warn you in the molt Solemn manner againft the 
baneful effects of the Spirit of party, generally. 

This fpirit unfortunately, is inieparable from 
our nature, having its root in the ftrongeft pailions 
<j)f the human mind. It exifts under different 
ihapes in all governments, more or lefs Stifled, 
controlled, oropprefled ; but in thofe of the popu- 
lar form, it is Seen in its greateft ranknefs and is tru- 
ly their wbrft enemy. 

The alternate donomination of one faction over 
another, Sharpened by the fpirit of revenge, natural 
to party diffention, which in different ages and 
countries has perpetrated the mo& horrid enormi- 



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ties, is itfelf a frightful defpotifra. — But this leads 
at length to a more formal and permanent defpo- 
tifni.— ~ -The diforders and miferies, which refult, 
gradually incline the minds of men lo feek fecii- 
rity and repo'fe in the abfolute power of an indivi- 
dual 5 and fooner or later the chief of fome prevail- 
ing faction more able or more fortunate than his 
competitors, turns this difpofition to the purpofes | 
or his own elevation, or the ruins of public liber- 
ty. , 

Without looking forward to an extremity of this 
kind (which neverthelefs ought not be entirely < 
out of fight) the common and continual mifchiefs 
of the fpirit of party are fufficient to make it the 
intereft and duty of a wife people to difcourage 
and reftrain it. b 

It ferves always to diftracl: the public .councils, 
and enfeeble the public adminiftration. It agi- 
tates the community with ill-founded jeajou/ies 
and falfe alarms ; kindles the animofi'ty of one 
party again ft another ; foments, occafionally, riot 
and infurreclion. It opens the door to foreign rn- I 
■fluence and corruption, which find a facilitated 
accefs to the government itfelf, through the chan-}-' 
nels of party patfions. Thus the policy and the 1 j 
will of one country are fubje£ted to the policy 
and will of another. 

There is an opinion that parties in free coun- ' 
tries are ufeful checks upon the adrniniftratjon of 
the government, and ferve to keep alive "the fpi- 
rit of liberty. This, within certain limits, is pro- i 
bably true ; and in governments of a monarchical . 
caft, patriotifm may look with indulgence, if not 
with favorir, upon the fpirit of party. But in 
Chofe of the popular character, in governments 



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purely elective, it is a fpirit not to be encourag 
ed. From their natural tendency, it is certjm 
there will always be enough of that fpirit tor 
every falntary purpofe : And there being confhmt 
danger of excels, the effort ought to be by force 
of public opinion, to mitigate and afTuage it. It 
is a fire not to be quenched ; it demands uniform vi- 
gilence to prevent its bluffing into a flame, left, 
inltead of warming it fhould confume. 

It is important likewife that the habits of think- 
ing in a free country, fhould infpire caution in 
thofe entrufted with its adminiftration, to confine 
themfelves within their refpeclive confritutional 
fpheres, avoiding in the exercife of the powers of 
one department, to encroach upon another. The 
fpirit of encroachment tends to confolidate the 

I powers of all the departments in one, and thtvs to 
create, whatever the form of government, a real 
defpotifm. A juft eflimate of that love of power, 
and pronenefs to abufe it, which predominates in 
the human heart, is fuflicient to fatisfy us of the 
truth of this pofition. The neceiiity of reciprocal 
checks in the exercife of political power ; by di- 
viding and didributingit into different depofstories, 

V and constituting each the guardian of the public 
weal againfl invafions by the others, has been 
evinced by experiments ancient and modern y 
fome of them in our country, and under our own 
eyes. To prefervethem mud be as neceflfary as to 
inftitute them. If in the opinion of the people, 
the diftribution or modification of the conftitutional 
powers be in any particular wrong, let it be cor- 
rected by an amendment in the way which the con- 
stitution defignates. — But let there be no change by 
yfurpation j for though this in one inftar.ee, may 
£ 




be in the inftrument of good, it is the cuftomary 
weapon by which free governments are defiroyed-- 
The precedent mult always greatly over-balance in 
permanent evil any partial or tranfient benefit which 
the ufe can at any time yield. 

Of all the difpofitions and habits which lead to 
political profperity, Religion and Morality are in- 
difpcnfable. fupports. In vain would that man 
claim the tribute ot patriotifm, who mould labour 
zofubvert the'e great pillars of human happinefs, 
<hefe firmefl props of the duties of men and citizens* 
The mere politician, equally, with the pious man, 
ought to refpedt and to^cherifh them. A volume 
could not trace all their connections with private 
and public felicity. Let it fimply be aflted, where 
is the fecurity for property, for reputation, for life, 
if the fenfe of religious obligation defert the oaths 
which are the instruments of inveftigation in Courts 
ofjuftice? And let us with caution indulge the 
iiippofition, that morality can be maintained with- 
out Religion. Whatever may be conceded to the 
influence of refined education on minds of peculiar 
Uructure ;-redfon and experience both forbid us to 
expect that national morality can prevail in exciu- 
fion *f religious principle. 

It is fubflantially true, that virtue or morality is 
a neceflary fpring^of popular government, The 
rule indeed extends with more or Ids force to eve- 
ry fpecies of free government. Who that is a fin- 
cere friend to it can look with indifference upon 
attempts to ihake the foundation of the fabric ? 

Promote, then, as an object of primary impor- 
tance, iuftitutions for .the general diffusion of know- 
ledge. In proportion as the ftru&ure of a govern. 






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rnent gives force to public opinion, it is efTential 
that public opinion mould be enlightened. 

As a very important iburce of flrength and fecii- 
rity, cherifh public credit. One method of prefervin^ 
it is to ufe it as fparingly as poflrble ; avoiding oc- 
cafions of expence by cultivating peace, but re- 
membering alfo that timely difburfements to pre* 
pare for dangers, frequently prevent much greater 
difburfements to repe\ it ; avoiding likewiie the 
accumulation of debt, not only fry fhunning occa- 
iions of expence, but by vigorous' exertions in time 
of peace to difcharge the debts which unavoidable 
vvars may have occasioned, not ungeneroufly throw- 
ing upon pofterity the burthen which we ourleives 
©ught to bear. The execution of thefe maxims 
v belongs to your. Representatives, but ft is neceffary 
that public opinion mould co-operate. To faci- 
litate to them the performance of their duty, it is 
efTential, that you fiaould practically bear in mind, 
that towards the payment of debts there uiuft be 
Revenue : That to have Revenue there rauft be 
Taxes ; that no Taxes can be devifed which ar6 
not more or lefs inconvenient and unpleafant ; that 
s the intrinsic embarraflment infeparable from the 
/flection of the proper objects (which is always 
a choice of difficulties) ought to be a decifive mo- 
five for a candid conftruction of the conduct of 
the government in making it, and for a fpirit of ac- 
quiescence in the measures for obtaining Revenue 
which the public exigencies may at any time 
dictate. 

Obfervegood faith and juftice towards all Na- 
tions, cultivate peace, and harmony with all; — 
religion and morality enjoin this conduct : And 
Can it be that good policy does not equally enjoin 



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k ? It will be worthy of a free, enlightened, and, 
(at no diflaut period ,) a great Nation, to give to 
mankind the magnanimous and too novel example 
of a people always guided by an exalted jufnce 
find benevolence. Who can doubt that in the 
cpurfe of time and things, the fruits of fuch a plan 
would richly repay any temporary advantages which 
might be loll by a fteady adherance to it ? Can it 
be, that Providence has not connected the perma- 
nent felicity; of a nation with its Virtue ♦ The ex- 
periment at lead, is recommended by every fen- 
timent which enobles human nature. Alas ! Is 
it rendered importible by its vices? 

In the execution of inch a plan, nothing is more 
elfential than that permanent, inveterate antipa- 
thies againft particular Nations, and paOionate i 
attachments for others fhould be excluded : And 
that in the .place of them juft and amicable feel- 
ings towards all mould be cultivated The Na- 
tion, wiiich indulges towards another an habitual 
haired, or an habitual fondnefs, is in fome degree 
n Have. It is a fiave to its animofity, or to its 
rifeclion, either of which is fufrkient to lead it aftray 
from its duty and its infereft. Antipathy in one j 
mation againft another difpofes each more readily •> 
to oiler infult and injury, to lay hold of flight cau- 
fd& of umbrage and to be haughty and intractable, 
when accidental or trifling occafi-oris of difpute 
occur. Hence frequent collifions, obftinate, en- 
venomed and bloody comefts. The nation, f romp- . 
ted by ill will and refentment, fometimes im- 
pels to war the government, contrary to the beft 
taiculations of policy. 'I he government fome- 
iivfie's participates in the national propensity, and 
*. ? .>p?s through paflion what rcafon would rejecl j 




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at other times it makes the animofity of the nation 
(ubiervient to projects of hoftility mitigated by 
pride, ambition, and other fmifter sind pernicious 
motives. The peace often, fometimes perhaps the 
liberty, of nations has been the victim. 

So likewifc, a pallionate attachment of one na- 
tion for another produces a variety of evils, Sym- 

I pathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the il- 
lufion of an imaginary common intereft, in cafes 
where no real common in- ere ft exifb, and infr.iing 
into one the enmities of the other, betrays the 
former into a participation in the quarrels and wars 
of the latter, without adequate inducement or 
juftification. It leads alio to conceflions to the fa- 
vorite nation of privileges denied to others, which 

4 is apt doubly to injure the nation making, the 
conceflions ; by unneceflarily parting with what 
ough-t to have been retained ; and by exciting 
jealoufy, ill will and a difpolition to retaliate, in the 
parties from whom equal privileges are withheld : 
And it gives to ambitious, corrupted, or deluded 
citizens (who devote themfelves to the favorite 
nation) facility to betray, or facrihee the inter efts 
^ of their own country, without odium, fometimes 
even with popularity: Gilding with the appearan- 
ces of a virtuous fenfe of obligation a commenda- 
ble deference for public opinion, or a laudable zeal 
for public good, the bafe or foolim compliances of 
ambition, corruption or infatuation. 

As avenues to foreign influence in innumerable 
ways, fuch attachments are particularly alarming to 
the truly enlightened and independent patriot. How 
many oppdrtunities do they afford to tamper with do- 
meftic factions, to practice the arts of feduclion, to 
mi Head public opinion ; to influence or awe the puk* 

B3 



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;ic Councils! Such an .attachment of a fraafl or 
w&rk, towards a great and powerful nation, dooms 
tl-ic former to be the fatelite of the latter. 

Againit the infiduous wiles ot foreign influence 
(I .conjure you to believe me, fellow-citizens) the 
j/raioufy of a free people ought to be conftantly a- 
i-vake ; fmce hiftory and experience prove that 
foreign iniluence is one of the molt baneful foes 
*f Republican Government. Lkit that jealgufy 
to be ufefvil, inufi be impartial ; elfe it becomes 
she inftrument of the very influence to be avoided, 
»: ;{tead of a defence againft it. Exceffive partial- 
ity for one foreign nation, and exceifive diflike of 
another, caufe thofe whom they actuate to' fee 
danger only on one fide, and ferve to veil and 
even fecond the arts -of influence en the other. — } 
'kcal patriots, who may reftft the intrigues of the 
^vonrite, are liable to become fufpe&ed and o- 
dlous; while its tools and dupes ufur.p the ap- 
liaufeand confidence of the people, to furrender 
%bc\r interefts 

The great Fuie of conduct for us, in regard to 
foreign nations, is in extending our commercial j 
relations, to have with them as little political J^ 
connection as poffible. So far as we have already 
formed in engagements, let them be fulfilled wirii 
perieclgood faith. Here let us flop. 

Europe has a fet of primary intere&s, which to 
us have none, or a very remote relation. Hence 
iemuil be engaged in frequent eontroveriies, the 
caufes of which- are eflentialiy foreign to our con- 
cerns. Hence, therefore., it rnvth be unwifc in us 
to iii^plioate omrfelves, by artificial ties, in the or- 
dimJry vic'iffiut4e»<itf Jrer poUlics f or ttoe ordinary 



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^ 



combinations and collifion's of her frlendfhips, or 
enmities. 

Our detached and diitant fituation, invites and 
enables us to purfue a different courfe. If we re- 
main one people, under an efficient government,, 
the period is not far off when we may defy ma- 
terial injury from external annoyance j when wc 
may take fuch an attitude as will caufe the neutrality^ 
we may at any time refolve upon, to be fcrupulouf- 
}y refpecled ; when belligerent nations, under the 
impollibility of making acquifitions upon us, will 
not lightly hazard the giving us provocations ; 
when we may choofe peace or war as our irrtereft,. 
guided by juftice, fhall connfel. 

Why forego the advantages of fo peculiar a fu 
tuation ? Why quit our own to ftand upon fo- 
reign ground ? Why, by interweaving our defti- 
ny with that of any part of Europe, entangle our 
peace and profperity in the toils ot ^European am- 
bition, rivalfhip, intereft, humour, or caprice ? 

'Tis our true policy to fteer clear of permanent 
alliances, with any portion of the foreign world; 
fo far, I mean as We are now at liberty to do it ; 
for let me not be underftood as capable of pa- 
tronizing infidelity to exifting engagements I 
hold the maxim no lefs applicable to public than 
to private affairs, that honefty is always the beft" 
policy. I repeat it, therefore, let t'hofe engage- 
ments be obferved in their genuine fenfe. But 
in ray opinion, it is unneceu%ry, and would be 
wnwife to extend them. 

Taking care always to keep ourfelves byTui ta- 
ble ertablifhments, on a refpeclaMe defentlve pof- 
ture we may fafely truft to temporary alliances 
for extraordinary emergencies. 

Harmony, liberal intercourse with all nations are 






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recommended by policy, humanity, and intereft. 
But even our commercial policy mould hold an e- 
rjual and impartial hand j neither feeking or gran- 
ting exclufive favors or preferences ; confulting 
the natural courie of things ; difFufing and diver- 
ii tying by gentle means, the ftreams of commerce, 
but forcing nothing ; eftublifhing, with powers fo 
difpofed, in order to give trade a {table courfe, 
to define the rights of our merchats, and to enable 
the government to fupport them ;— ^conventional 
rules of intercourfe, the bed that prefent circum- 
ftances and mutual opinion will permit, but tern- 
ponu y, and liable to be from time to time aban- 
doned or varied, as experience and circumftances 
fhall dictate ; conftantly keeping in view, that 'tis 
folly in one nation to look for difinterefted favors 
from another ; that it muft pay with a portion of 
its independence for whatever it may accept under 
that character ; that by fuch acceptance, it may 
place itfelj" in the condition of having given equi-. 
vaients for nominal favors, and yet of being re- 
proaclied with ingratitude for not giving more. 
There can be no greater error than to expect, or 
calculate upon real favors from nation to nation. 
'Tis an illufion which experience muft cure, which 
a j nit pride ought to difcard. 

In offering to you my countrymen, thefe coun- 
fels of an old and affectionate friend, I dare not 
hope they will make the ftrong and lafting impref- 
fion I could wifh— that they will controul the ufu- 
al current of the paffions, or prevent our nation 
from running the courfe which has hitherto mark- 
ed the deftiny of nations: But if I may, even 
flatter myfelf, that they may be productive of 
fome partial benefit, fome occafionai good ; that 



they may now and then, recur to moderate the fu- 
ry of party spirit, to warn a gain ft the mifchiefs of 
foreign intrigue, to guard againft the impoftures 
of pretended patriotifm ; this hope will be a full 
recornpence for the folicitude for your welfare, 
by which they have been dictated. 

How far in the diicharge of my official duties, 
I have been guided by the principles which have 
been delineated, the publicrecords and other evi- 
dences of my conduct munVwitnefs to you and 
to the world. To myfelf, the aflurance of my own 
conference is, that I have at lead believed myfelf 
to be guided by them. 

In relation to the Tlill fubfifting war in Europe, 
my Proclamation of the 22d of April, 1793, is the 
index to my plan. — Sanctioned by your approving 
voice, and by that of your Reprefentatives in 
T>oth Houfes of Congrefs, the fpirit of that mea- 
sure has continually governed me; uninfluenced 
by any attempts to deter or divert me from it. 

After deliberate examination with the aid of 
the beft lights I could obtain, I was well fatisfied 
that our country, under all the circumftances of the 
cafe, had a right to take, and was bound in duty 
andintereft, to take a neutral pofition. Having ta- 
ken it, I determined, as far as fhould depend on 
me, to maintain it, with moderation and firmnefs. 

The conliderations which refpect the right to 
hold this, conduct, it is not neccflary on this occa- 
fion to detail. I will only obferve, that according 
to my underftanding of the matter, that right, fo 
far from being denied by any of the Bellige- 
rent powers, has been virtually admitted by all. 

The duty of holding a neutral conduct may be 
kiferred, without ar-y thing more, from the obli- 



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Ration which juftice and humanity impofe on eve- 
ry nation, in cafes in which it is free to act, to 
maintain inviolate the relations of peace and amity 
towards other nations. 

The inducements of interef^ for obferving that 
conduct will beft be referred to your own leftec- 
tions and experience. With me, a predominant 
motive has been to endeavor to gain time to our 
country to fettle andTnature its yet recent infti- 
tutions, and to progrefs without interruption, to 
that degree of ftrength and confiftency, which is ne- 
ceflary to give it, humanly fpeaking, the command 
cf its own fortunes. 

Though in reviewing the incidents of my ad mi- 
Filtration, I am unconfcious of intentional error : 
I am neverthelefs too fenfible of my 'defects not to 
think it probable that I have committed many er- 
rors. Whatever they may be, I fervently be- 
feech the Almighty to avert or mitigate the evils, 
to which they may tend. I (hall alfo carry with 
me the hope that my country will never ceafe to 
view them with indulgence ; and that after for- 
ty-five years of my life dedicated to its fervice, 
with an upright zeal, th« faults of incompetent 
abilities will be consigned to oblivion, as myfelf 
Unuft foon be the manfions of reft, 

Relying on its kindnefs in this as in other things, 
and actuated by that fervent love towards it, which 
is fo natural to a man who views in it the native 
ibil of himfelf and his progenitors for feveral ge- 
nerations ; I anticipate with pleaiing expectation 
that retreat, in which I promife myfelf to realize, 
without alloy, the iweet enjoyment of partaking, 
in the midft of my fellow-citizens, the benign in- 
fluence of good laws under a free government-*-- 



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the ever favorite obje6t of my heart, and the hap- 
py reward, as I truit, of our mutual cares, la- 
bors and dangers. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON. 



United States, V 
17th Sept. 1796. J 



INDEX- 



LMANACK, 

L French do* 



Pa £ e4 
16 



Attornies, Circuit 

Cpurt Conn. 68 

.... 1 ii.Ifland prac. 148 
art Pra&ifing Con. 

(Sec t^be counties) 
Additions and Altera- 
tions, 
Academy Arts, &c. 

- Chefhire, 

AiToektion, Clergy 
Banks, Conn. 

R.Ifland, 

) Cincinnati, 
Courts, 
Cities, 
Clergy, &c. 
Colleges, N. Haven, 
■■ Havard, 

William's, 

R. lfland, 

■ Dartmouth, 

Commifliowers Loans, 107 
Conne&icut Government 



153 

77 
80 
85 
86 
87-^/49 
83-4 



Executive and Legif- 
lative, 4* 
Judicial and Civil, 48 

Hartford county, 48 

New-Haven, 

New- London, 

Fairfield, 

Windham, 

Litchfield, 

Middlefex, 

Tolland, 

— Carriages, 
Duties import, 

**• Free, 

— tonnage, 

— Payable in, 

— Fees, 

— Allowance, 

— credit, 

— Ports of entry, 

— Reftri&ions, 

— Information gene- 

ral, 

Electors of Preftdent, 
and Vice Prefident, i$i 



51, 
53 
55 

51 
59 
«l 

63 

3* 
18 

3i 
3* 
33 
34 
35 
36 
38 
» 

40 



INDEX. 






Eclipfls, 2 

Freemen's Meetings, 3 
Free Mafons, 84 

Governors of States, I 53 
Infurance companies 

Providence, T50-1 

— - — Newport, 149--50 

Lodges, 85 

Medical Society, 143 

Militia, Conn. 1 19 

- — llhede-Ifland, 148 
Mint, ic6 

Ministers, Confuls, &rc. 107 
Miffionary Society, 1 54 
Navy, 1 1 7 

Nomination, Cengrefs, 66 

Affiftants, 65 

Notaries, Conn. 68 

R.Iflaad, 147 

Poft-Office, 111 — 112 

Poll-Mailers. 112 

Probate Courts, Con. 64 
Roads, 115 

Rhode-Ifland Officers, 

Executive, Legifla- 

tive, and judicial, 146 



Stamps, 92 — 96 

Supervifors, 164 

Table, tides, 1 16 

— rateable polls, &c. 97 

—•Coins reduced to 
dollars, Sec. 17 

— Inter e it on dollars, 
&c 95 

—do. Lawful Money, I 55 

— \Veight and Value 
of Coins, 154 

—Value of cents in 
Lawful" Money, 156 
Town Clerks, and 

Treafurers, 80 

United States officers, 

Executive and ftate, 98 
— Senators, 99 . 

— Reprefentives, 99 ] 

—judicial, IQI — 2 

— Revenue, external 104 

Internal, Con. ipi 

Vermont Governor, 

Council, &c. 145—6 

Votes for Reprefenta- 

tives to Congrefs, 67 I 



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Solak and Lunar ECLIPSES, 
In the Year 180 2; 

March 4.QUN eclipfed, invifible, d at oh. 8m. ir* 
O the morning SVs long.X i2°52 / and 
lat. 42' 2c"S. The Sun will be totally 
cclipfed on the meridian in iat. 58 \ S. and 
long. 11 4 7'Eatt, 

March i 9, MOON cclipfed, in the morning ; part 
ly vifible. 

H. M. 
Beginning, r - • 5 2 
Middle of the Eclipfe, - - 619 
The moon will fet, - - - 6 21 
About 5 digits eclipfed, on her Northerr 
fide. 

4ugufl 28. SUN cclipfed, invifible. <5 at 2V1 
13m, in the morning. $ 'slong. tT£,i°52' 
lat. 32 1 North. 

September *i. MOON cclipfed in the evening 
partly vifible. 

Beginning, - . - - 4 26 
Moon rifes 7 digits eclipfed, ^6 12 
The Eclipfe ends, - - - 7 18 
Greateft quantity eclipfed 9 digits, on the 
fouth fide. 

There will be a Tranfit of Mercury over the 
Sun's Difk on the 9th of November, the middle of 
which will happen at half an hour after 4 o'clock 
n the morning 5 the Tranfit will end a little aftei 
funrife, confequently it will be hardly vifible to us. 



Chronological Cycles for 1802. 



Dominical Letter, C 
Lunar Cycle or 

Golden No. 17 

Epacr, 26 



Solar Cycle, i< 

Roman Indiftion, t 

Julian Period, 65 1,; 



Names and CharaSiers of the Planets, 
©Sol, or Sun. O^or D Luna, or Moon. *£ 
Saturn. % Jupiter. $ Mars. 9 Venus, g Mer 
cury. H. Heifchel. © Tellas, or Earth. 



Names and Characters of the Afpctts. 
d Conjundtion, or planets fuuated in the fame Ion 

gitude. 
D Quartilc, when they are 90 degrees diftant fron 

each other. 
8 Oppofition, when they are 180 degrees diflant. 
£± Trine, is when they are 120 degrees. 
.^Sextilc, is when two planets, or flais, are 60 de 

gree«dia«nt. r> K qn r 



FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 

FREEMEN'S MEEtlNGS throughout the flat 
of Connecticut, pre held annually on the thir* 
Monday in September, and on the Monday follow 
ing the firft Tucfday in April, 



- 


JANUARY, hath 31. days. 


— 


NIew moon 4 is.y, ;h.zun. mm 


iulimoon i84ay, ^n.im.ai 


Firt 


qu. 10 day 7a T*» m. aft- 


Laft: qu -26^ay. Sh, icm, a(. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|3qF.fea. 


r. ©s, 


¥ 


Circumcifion. Chilly.fi 28 


43 2 


6 11 


4 v 4i 


27 


0flaw of cl, 5 m. 


728 


432 


7 1 5 


5 57 


# 


2d.fund.afc Chriftmas. 


7 2 7 


433 


8 20 


7 7 


m 


3 runs loiv, d©3. 


7 2 7 


4 33 


9 26 


3 fct* 


53 


Full tides, more plta- 


7 26 


434 


10 29 


6 19 


«4 


E-piph&ny. /tfw£. 


7 -26 


434 


a 27 


7 3* 




3 PcHgeb; ccW, 1 


725 


4 35 


J t. 20 


8 58 


8^6 


7*S fo. 8h, 9m. 


724 


436 


* 9 


10 12 




r4i'a or J now 


724 


43 6 


1 56 


1 1 26 


1 ft fund. aft. Epiph. . 


7 2 3 


4 37 


2 41 


mo/: 


near this [dOJ 


7 22 


4 38 


3 2 7 


35 


I 12 3 


*Z?»S. 


722 


4 3S 


4 14 


1 44 


I 1 3 


4 


3 with 7*2. 5'h, even. 


7 21 


4 39 


5 3 


2 51 


M 


5 


I awry weal her. 


7 20 


44c 


5 55 


3 58 


>i -• 


6 


Days.iuercaf'd 20 m. 


7 20 


44c 


6 47 


4 57 


1:- 


•7 |2> n^^shigh. cold. 


7*9 


44i 


7 3* 


5 57 


J|2d. fund. aft. Epiph, 


718 


442 


8 20 


6 55 


i 1 " 


2 ,' <? © J> ■ j ro Py P ta * htr. 


717 


443 


9 8 


3 rile 


1 q) 3 ' 3 A ])0%z e. r t? i rc o r ja o to 


7 16 


4 44 


ro 3 


5 2 9 


204 Qzi t .xz 1 1h.40rK.m01n. 


7*5 


4 45 


10 46 


6 3^ 


21 


5 J with !{. & !?. //if J 


714 


446 


x 1 26 


7 33 


22 


6! 7*5(0.7)1.101*1, U??i£. 


7*3 


447 


mom. 


8 49 


*3 


7 j chilly weather. 


7 12 


448 


6 


10 5 


24 


•Jgd fund aft. Epiph, 


711 


449 


45 


10 5£ 


2S 


2 Con v. St, Paul. 


7 10 


45° 


1 26 


n 4( 


i( 


3 


a 3. wtsrd ttzzw or 


7 g 


45* 


2 1 ; 


mor 


2 ? 


,4 


6 O 9 . /^»i *A'« 


7 8 


4 5* 


256 


.56 


2815 ilow of clock 13m. 


7 7 


453 


3 46 


2 C 


29:6 


plea/ant for the 


7 ^ 


154 


4 43 


3 *; 


3°7 


King C. I. M. Jeafon, 


7 5 


4 55 


S 44 


4 2 9 


a 1 


C 


Uh fun. aft. Epiph. 


7 4 


4 5b 


6 50 


5 27 



r-libkUAKY hath 28 days. 



i 



New moon zd*o, ih. 7m at.lFutl moon I7day,cb tim a 
; f j on Q-iav qh. m.'Tvv" •raft' an 7<day oh gm^mnrr 
MlWt i:alendar, &c. j Qr.^C {F.fea. jr,"^ 



1 i 2 
2,3 
3j 4 
45 
5 



12 

14 



Purif.B. V.M. A 
6 O J • J Perigee, y^czt; 
high tides, yforw il wear 
Sincerity & truth form 
the bafisof every virtue. 

lowry wet weather, 
5th fund. aft. Epiph. 
7*s fo. 6 o'clock. 
Q J). 0with 7*s. 

naw /<?<?£ out for 

©flow of cl 15m. rat« 

D runs high, er Jnow . 

Days increased 1 h, 24m, 

Septuages. fund. Vaien 

moderate, then 
> Apogee, rain and 
6 ]> V- 5 aft cm. per- 
>witblp. [r?0 > haps 
©enters H. ah. 27. morn 
16011* thunder. 
Scxagefima funday, 

much to wry wet 
c? b' weather. 
9 Gr.Elong.Si Matthias 
G 0>. pUaJant, then 

6 ,©llow of cj. ) 3:12. razw 

7 j ]> runs low. or 



7 
7 

7 

659 
658 

6 51 

656 

653 
652 
651 
649 
648 
64*7 
646 
644 

643 
642 

640 
630 



457 
4 58 

4 59 
5 

5 

5 3 
4 



5 

5 6 
5 7 
5 I 
5 S 
511 
512 

5*8 

5M 
5i5 
5^7 
518 
520 

,5 21 

638)522 
6 3% H 

6 35,5 25 
63415 26 
633I528 
6 3i;5 29 
1^3° 5 3° 



7 54 

8 58 

9 5 6 
10 49 

1 39 
aft. 27 

1 *5 



2 
2 

3 
4 

5 

6 

7 
7 
8 

9 

10 

*° 45 

11 25 

morn. 

O 7 

52 

1 40 

2 33 

3 8* 

4 33 



6 26 
Jfeis 

6 21 

7 39 

8 53 

10 12 

1 1 25 
morn 

35 



45 

47 
2 9 

2i 
56 
30 



J rife 

6 3 

7 31 
83 

9 37 
10 43 

*j 54 
morn. 

1 5 

2 1 2 

3 19 



5 3$ 4 ** 



28 CjQuinquagas. fund. /*0^'6 28J5 32 

The pianet $ Venus wilTbcs morning {tar until 
the 17^ of March, thence evening liar to the end 
of the year. 



A. a 



MARCH hath 31 days. 



New m>oii 4day,oh.Sca, dim. fr ull moompday.tfti, 28 c'.m 
Firft qri. 1 :day,ih vjjftf'mArn ; aft qu. 26day,6h. iom- aft 



M| W,| calendar, &c, |0ri.| @i. jff. iea.|r. >s 



ipjSt. David, fleajant. 



'627j5 33 



I 3 j Shrove tuefday. ji Perig. 6 25I535 



34 Afh Wednefday. M*» 
45:d©]>. full tides. Sui 

5 6 1 r^tn or j now. [eclips'd, 

6 7 [Days incrcas'd 2h.2om, 

7 Cjifl.fund. in Lent. 
82 pltafant) then 
93 2) with 7*s. rant, 

104 7 *s. fet nh, 40fh. 

5!]) runs high. Q© J. 

6 (i05 t , 0r /now. 
137 flolv of cl. 9m. 
t4C|2d. fund; in Lent. 
15 2 j - zoitdy fqually, 
r 6 3 J J wi-ih 7/".]) Apogee. 

T4Jd09- >^uh b; 

n » ( 5 plcajant zve.atktr. 
( ?0>.Mooniiclips , d. 
rathtr cold, 



6 245 36 
Sun 6 23^5 37 

^.6 2 i|539 

t. 6 205 40 

619:541 

6 1 7;5 43 
616544 



614 
613 
612 



9j6 

2O7 



3,!. in lent. enters X s 
rain [ 2h. 48m. morn. 
^*j Cot. ioh. 52m 



and perhaps thunder. 555 6 

1 C* \ 7 IV T . C 



^nun, B. V. M. 
5©H. J) runs low, 



□ ^pUofantzotaihe, 551 !6 9 



3717 - ^ 

!o8,Q 4th. in lent, in ihtje 5 4q 6 1 1 
T29J2 j]) Perigee, (^jyj. 548612 

Loj 3 |j wtdi J, ^erA^x 5 47J 6 1 3 
f^i^jQQow of cl. 4m. rat'yt. 1^456 15 



aft. 



546 
5 47 
548 



6 lofe 50 

" 9,5 5i 

553 

554 



5 56 



3 
2 

06 



6 39 

7 38 

8 34 



5 3 

6 c 

_ - 6 45 
9 26 ])fets 

7 49 
9 4 

10 10 



*7 



IO 
11 

1*5 



5 57 

5 58 

o 



33 
27 
20 
11 

59 
45 
2 

9 



5 59,6 
5 58,6 
566 



5 53 6 

5526 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
6 

7 
8 

8 5 o 

9 3 

10 12 

10 54 

11 44 
morn 

36 

1 32 

2 31 

3 33 

4 34 

5 3 

6 a8 

7 20 



4711 29 
39 morn. 

39 

1 38 

2 37 

3 20 
'4 4 

4 3 2 

5 1 
5 27 

5 54 
J rife 

7 33 

8 4 

9 50 

£1 1 

morn 
o 1C 

1 



if 7 

59 
4'2 

1 i 
40 



APRIL, hath 30 days. 



New mu id4^,iwh.2&m m.n- Fall-ruon i7iuy, 911.4801. af. 



Wl Calen dar, &c." l&ri.lflf. \ F.lea.jr. f 3 
Days increa fed 3h.32m 
d © > . full tides. 



^ 5 4 
9:6 

10,7 
11'C 

12.2 

»33 

1515 
6,6 

ni 

m 
19 2 
203 
214 

I 

236 

24 

25 ( 

26 
27 
28 

2 M 



5 44j"5T6 
5426 18 
541 619 
5406 20 
538622 



pkafant weather. 
5th in Lent. St. Ambroft 
f with 7*. Mew co?wcj 
7*s. fct i o o'clock, rain 

near this time t 
J runs high. 
D0C SGr.Elong.. 

J/iowry, warm 
Palm Sund. } Apogee.^ 3o'630 
J) with % 1 oh. evening.^ 29631 
Jwith fj. then a cold '527, 6 3% 



and clock even. 



8 

9 

9 

10 

1 1 

5 37J6 23Jaft 

5 35| 6 25 1 

5 34j 6 26 2 

33, 62 7 3 

53 1 ! 6a 9 4 

4 

5 

6 

6 



526^34 
5 6 35 



Good Friday, plea/ant 524636 
c? ? S])» weather, 522638 

Eastsr Sunday, 5 21 639 

Eafler Monday. 5 20640 

f|| enters O3I1. 2om>aft.5 18 642 

s. fet o/h. 5 m. J5 1 7 6 43 

% fiaioriary. a cold [5 166 44 
St. George, /now {515:645 

N. E ftorm, '5 13647 

1 ft.aftcr EafterJow fund 5 1 2 6 48 

[Sr.Matk. J)PerigeeJ5 116 49 

plcajadt weather, J5 10,65V 
iyith $> fine [5 8,6$2 

Spring like weather. \g 7653 
30! 6 Q fa ft of clock 3m. [5 6 6 54 



1 1 
o 

50 
41 
34 

2 9 
24 

*9 

12 

2 

49 
32 
M 

55 
35 

*7 
2 

48 

39 
34 



mor< 

o 
1 



5 »3 

Jfets. 

8 2 

9 '5 

10 28 

11 3' 
morn. 

34 



21 

9 

3 7j 

36 

57 
16 

36 
>ril<3 

7 46 

8 58 

10 1C 

11 13 
33 morn. 



*1 

3 

49 
5C 
1 o 

*S 

37 



MAY hath 31 days. 


'New moon icia/,ah. 56m aft. jfcul. roocn ifday^h 5bnt.4ii. 


Firft qa. 9cUy, 2 h. iora- aft.JLaft qu 24day.Cn. cm. morn 




New moon v.ft day. 


7h 56 ra. 


morn. 


MW| Calendar, &c. |©r\ 


0*> 


.|F.(ea.|r.)s1 


»« 


7 d©i.5>t.Pbiliip&Ja8. 


5 5 


&55 


8 35 


}fets. 


2( 


3 2d. after Eafter. 


5 4 


656 


9 2 7 


8 11 


3 2 


J? ftation. plea/ant 


5 2 


658 


10 21 


9 18 


4S 


1 weather, but 


5 1 


659 


,11 17 


10 25 


54 


[ G.E!eft.Newport.])7*s. 


5 ° 


7 


a ft. 13 


u 16 


6< 


St John Evan.[ > r. high 


459 


7 1 


1 7 


morn. 


Z 6 


> rather cool. 


45** 


7 2 


1 59 


7 


8 7 


7*s. fet 8 o'clock. 


4 57 


7 3 


2 47 


39 


9 ( ^ 


] 3d.;tft # Eaft. > Apogee. 


4 5 6 


7 4 


3 3 2 


1 12 


10 2 


iDi >. > withT|&T>. 


4 55 


7 5 


4 *4 


1 38 


MS 


cool nights. 


454 


7 6 


4 55 


2 5 


12 /. 


©faft of clock 4m. 


453 


7 7 


5 25 


2 19 


*35 


Gen. Eleft. Hartford, 


45 2 


7 8 


6 15 


2 33 


14 6 


p leaf ant 


45 1 


7 9 


6 58 


2 57 


N57 


weather. 


4 5° 


7 10 


7 43 


3 2i 


1 6|C 


\ 4th. Sund. after Eafter. 


4497 11 


8 33 


3 45 


17 2 


£©<[. now look cut 


448 


712 


9 2 7 


} i i le 


183 


' □ © V • /<> r r # * w > 


447 


7*3 


10 26 


9 7 


194 


d § . w^r. 


440 


714 


1 1 28 


10 7 


205 


Me/e dfayj 


4 45 


7*5 


morn 


11 7 


21 6 


©enters n 4 b, afternoon 


4 44 


?1 6 


30 


«* 45 


22 7 


D0V) Pi'rigt-. 


4 43 


717 


1 30 


morn 


23 L 


5th afr. Eaft.Rogat Sund 


442J718 


2 26 


O 24 


242 


D0) 7tt3r<? 


4 4217 18 


3 18 


51 


25 3 


aei wtathtr* 


4 4i)7 1 9 


4 7 


1 19 


264 


Gen, Elcttion Bofton. 


4 40' 7 20 


4 54 


1 42 


2 7*5 


AfcenHon day. Holy 


4 3S>;7 21 


5 4 1 


2 5 


286 


hurfd, p it a fan t 


4391721 


6 29 


2 30 


297 


weather in theft days. 


4 3* 


7 22 


7 *8 


2 56 


3 OjC 


Sund. after Afcenfion. 


4 37 


7 2 3 


8 10 


3 22 


3*1 2 


6 & ) • prtttv warm. 


4 37' 


7 2 3 


9 5 


([ (e«. 





; JUNE bath 30 days. 


tiViiqu. belay, bh. »m. room | i>jui qu. £''.<i*y, ub. 14m.tr). 




full Troon l en av. nh. iw*. af |N>w moon loflav, ^h. I litl af. 




M 


W| Calendar, &c. j©n.| 


.©fet| F.fea 






1 


3 


D»r. high. warm. 


4 36 


.7 2 4 


iO 




2 


4 


©faft of clock 2m. 


4 3 6 


724 


to 56 


9 54 




3 


5 


DaysincreaPd 511.50m. 


4 35 


7 2 5 


It 48 


10 41 




4 


6 


K.Gco. 1 lib. 3738. 


435 


7 2 5 


aft. 38 


1 1 21 




5 


7 


plcajant weather. 


4 34 


726 


1 24 


12 




6 


L 


Whit fund. J) with Ij. 


434 


7 2*6 


.2 7 


mom 




3 


2 


J? . Mew comej a thunder 


4 33 


727 


2 48 


|0 




3 


J Apogee. DO]) flow- 


433 


727 


3 2 7 


26 




9 


4 


H. (tationitry. ^r. 


432 


728 


4 7 


44 




3 °!-5 


d 5 ? Dif.Lat.40* pled- 


4 3 2 


728 


4 48 


1 5 




n!o;St. Barnabas, plea/ant 


43* 


729 


5 38 


1 22 


t ^ 


isjy! weather, then 


43 1 


7 2 9 


6 18 


I 4« 




i3JCJTrinity Sund. rain 


4 3 l 


7 2 9 


7 10 


2 12 




14; 2 '^Jand clock even. 


43 1 


7 2 9 


.8 8 


2 42 




1 5 i 3'c?0>. full tides. 


43 1 


7 2 9 


9 I0 


D tilf 




r ^[4 1 2> r * low, near this- 


4 3° 


7 30 


10 13 


8 55 




17J5 Sr. Alban. time. 
io|6 ( J Perigee. 


4 3° 


730*11 16 


9 39 




4 3° 


7 30 


morn. 


10 23 




1 9'7| fine p leaf ant. 


4 30 


7 30 


15 


10 52 




20 


y.fKi Sund aft. Triirty. 


43° 


73° 


1 9 


1 1 2C 


V 


21 


2fjf Gn Elon. weather. 


43° 


7 30 


2 


I I £2 




22 


3 Qcnter - 03 oh. 40m v m. 


4 3° 


7 3o 


2 48 


m6rn. 




9f3 


4 1 warm plcajant 


4 3° 


7 3° 3 ,35. 


O 5 




24 


5 St. John Bap. 


43° 


7 3° 


4 21 


O 30 




2 £ 


6 


pQH. weather. 


430 


7 3° 


5 t° 


54 




26 


7 


) with 7*s. M^ 


43°j73° 


6 10 


1 27 




2 7 


Q 


2d, fund, aft. Trinity, 


430730 


6 53 


* 59 




28 


2 


come thunder and rain 


43* 


729 


7 47 

8 42 


2 27 




2 9 


3 


St. Prter. Jr. high 


43 1 


729 


> fets 


i 


30J4 


reflowofcl^m.rfS ) 


4 3 1 


7 2 9 


9 3 6 


S34 





















JULY hath 31 days 




Firft qu. 8day, oh.iom. morn- 


L.aft qu. nday, 5)1.35151, aft. 


Full moon t$day, 2h.41m.rarn. 


Newmo.29day,ioh.i7m»m. 


M 


Wj Calendar, &c. -[®r.|^ier.|F. 


fea.jr. )s. 


1 


5 


" yz/i<r pieajant 


43 1 


7 29510 


26 


9 6 


2 


6 


Vifnation V.M/)Ap6 


43 2 


728J 


ir 


14 


9 39 


3 


7 


cJ j) $. weather. 


43 2 


728 


1 1 


58 


10 1 


4 


C 


3d fund.aft Trin Ind '76 


43 2 


728 


aft 


39 


lO 24 


5 


2 


[]) with If. and Tj, 


4 33 


727 


1 


a 


10 42 


6 


3 


now y<fti may 


4 33 


727 


1 


51 


ti j 


7 


4 


0(low of clock 5m. 


4 34 


7 26 


2 


37 


11 19 


96 


n©}. $$efi 


4 34 


7 26 


3 


18 


11 37 


ras/i nfcr 


4 35 


7 2 5 


4 


3 


morn. 


107 


this time* 


4 35 


7 2 5 


4 


5'~ 


° 5 


1 1 


C 


4th. aft. Trin. 


4 3 6 


724 


5 


4 e 


3, 


12 


2 


plzifant* 


4 37 


7 2 3 


6 


45 


1 17 


*3 


3 


>T|, l0W t 


437 


7 2 3 


7 


49 


2 2 


M 


4 


Days ihori'n 16m. 


4 3B 


722 


8 


53 


2 47 


15 


5 


Ai^A /tote*. 


4 39 


721 


9 55 


>rifc 


16 


6 


d l{.T?at5h.morrj.])Pc} 


4 39 


7 21 


10 


53 


8 46 


17 


7 


pUafant weather. 


440 


720 


11 


48 


9 »8 


18 


C 


5*h. after Trinity. 


441 


719 


mc 


rn. 


9 4i 


19*2 


:6m$' t*?®** 


44:. 


7 l 9 


O 


38 


10 ^ 


2C j3 


it will rain 


442 


7 i8 


1 


2 ? 


10 27 


214 
225 


Commence. Cambridge. 


443 


7 i 7 


2 


H 


to 54 


[D0J, ><m. 


4 44 


716 


3 


3 


1 1 21 


2 3 


6 


Qcniers &. 1 if morn. 


4 45 


7*5 


3 


53 


tl 58 


24 


7 


[J with 7*5^. ySrte 


446 


714 


4 


45 


ftibrti, 


25 


£ 


6th. aft.Trin. St. James 


446 


7x4 


5 


39 


36 


26 


2 


d b 9* [dog day s,d J T? 


447.7*3 


6 


33 


1 28 


2 ? 


3 


©flow of cl,6ai. sweater. 


448.71a 


7 


2 7 


2 20 


28 


4 


the planets fay 


4 49 7 1 1 


8 


*9 


3 l0 


2 9 


5 


9fta. d©J. Mw 


450710 


9 


7 


j) lets 


30 


6 


J) Apogee. tyz# , 


45 1 7 9 9 


53 


8 4 


3* 


7 


be rain now. M-5 2 7 810 


35 


8 24 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



Firft q»j. 6day, *h.~Sm. aft. I Laft qu. aoday, ah. 1 3m.xnrrf. 
Full moon 1 3day,ioh^im.m»l Hew moo n i8da y,2h. r^ni.m. 
M|W"j Calendar, &c. |0ri.j jg fet.|F.fea.|r.g;s 



i|C 



22 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 

6 


5 
6 


7 8 


7 

C 


9 


2 


10 


3 


1 1 


4 


1 2 
13 


5 
6 


M 


7 


i.5 
16 


L 
2 


:i 


3 
4 


l 9 

20 


5 

6 


21 

22 


s 


*3 


2 


24 


3 


2 5 
26 

3 

29 


4 
5 
6 

7 
C 


3o 


2 


Si 


3 



7th p. 1 rui. Lammas. 4 
J with 9. pleajant U 
weather* (4 

Days fhort'n 5m. J4 

7*s rife 1 1 o'clock. 4 
Transfig. . (□ © Oj4 
# Gr.elong. pcrha 
8.h Sund. aft. Trin. '5 

rain : M** 

0fl.ofcl.5m. Jr.low. 

fine pleajant 

weather. 

jPflrig.i>©0."Ktidcs 

wore rtffn 
9th aft. Trinity. 
near this time, 
The end of paffion i? 
he beginning of repen- 
ance. foggy mornings 
Owith7*s □©>. 
y*s rife 10 o'clock, 
toth aft. Trin. 15 

5$ enters r# 5^.52. aft 5 
St. Barthol. Q r. high. 5 
pleafant weather, 

then rain, p 

O Apogee. 5 

>withljL.rf0 >.©ec!.-5 
11 p.Trin. St. J B.be- 5 
&.cl. even, [headed. 5 
/tf&jry ne at her. |,5 



53j7 
547 
557 
5% 

57 7 
597 
07 



•2 I! 



*P59 



657 
656 

6 55 

6 53 
652 

10050 

"649 

647 

646 

^45 
644 

642 
641 
640 
^39 
Hi 



11 
1 9 

M 

1 c 

l£ 

T 

*9 
20 

21 
23 

24,636 
2 5J^35 

2 7>°33 
28 032 
29631 



i» 15 


h* 54 


»<<-33 


1 *3 
1 56 


2 42 


3 33 


4 29 


5 29 

6 32 

7 3 6 
836 


9 34 


10 28 


11 1 Q 


norn. 


O 


5° 


1 5 C 


2 49 

3 3* 


4 33 


5 27 

6 iq 


7 9 


7 55 

8 39 


9 2c 


9 59 

10 38 

11 18 



8 45 

9 3 

9 £2 

9 43 

lO 4 

10 33 

11 3 
11 54 
mom. 

o ^ 

2 1 

3 '7 
> rife 

7 43 

8 7 

8 |i 

8 58 

9 2 5 
10 

.0 38 
11 
norn, 

18 

1 *9 

2 2 

3 2 3 

4 25 

©lets, 

7 *5 
7 33 
7 5* 



PH 



' fcjsfc*! EMBER hath 30 days. 


t lit qr. 5 clay, ih. 54m att. 


Laflqr. iS day, 2 h. 49m. aft 


^u'l-tio^n T«dav.c;h C9rn.nTt. 


NTew moon r6/\z\, "fb.qm aft. 


M 


|W| Calendar, &c. |©r.|0iet.|F.iea|i. js. 


1 


4 


Commcn, Providence. (531 


62912 c 


8 .*5 


2 


5 


rf O S • ^/<fl/". weather 


53 2 


628aft.44 


8 40 


3 


6 


Dog d. end. (5 © b /or 


533 


62; 


1 32 


9 6 


4 


7 


Days (horten 2h. 16m 


5 35 


625 


2 25 


9 5* 


5 


C 


1 2th pail Trin. D0J 


5 36 


&&4 


3 22 


10 37 


6 


2 


> r. low. fome time. 


5 37 


623 


4 2 3 


u 44 


7 


3 


j*s rife 9 o'clock. 


5 39 


621 


5 2 4 


morn. 


8 


4 


Commcn. New-Haven. 


540 


620 


6 25 


52 


9 


5 


Nativ.B.V.M. <5 -'#$ 


54i 


619 


7 2 3 


2 15 


10 


6 


D Perig. i/erv AfgA tides. 


5 43 


617 


8 19 


3 38 


1 1 


7 


<?©<> Moon Eciipf. 


5 44 


616 


9 ir 


> rife. 


1 2 





13th fu»nd. aft. Trin, 


5 45 


615 


10 3 


638 


*3 


2 


p leaf ant weather 


5 47 


613 


ro 55 


7 10 


M 


3 


% fa ft of clock 5m. 


548 


612 


11 47 


7 43 


3 5 


4 


a N. E.ftcrm 


5 49 


611 


morn, 


8 12 


16 


5 


J) with. 7*3. near 


55i 


6 9 


42 


8 42 


l 7 


6 


theft days, 


5 5* 


6 8 


1 37 


9 3i 


18 


7C30<r. □§}. > r. 


554 


6 6 


2 3.4 


10 20 


*§ 


c 


14th aft. Trin. [high, 


555 


6 5 


3 3° 


1 1 20 


20 


2 


p leaf an: cool 


556 


6 ij 


4 2 3 


TiornJ 


2l 


3 


St. Matthew, nights 


55% 


6 2 


5 M 


20! 


22 


4 


K. Geo 3d. Cr. & mom 


559 6 1 


6 2 


1 24J 


2 3 


5 


ent. £h 2 aft. ings. 


6 





6 46 


2 29J 


a 4 


§ 


J) Apogee. now 


6 2 


558 


7 28 


2 3*1 


2 S 


7 


ycu may expecl mors 


6 3 


557 


8 8 


4 3° 


£6 


G 


15th. aft. Trin. dQO 


6 4 


55 6 


8 4 7 < 


®fetsj 


27 


2 


rain, then 


6 6 


554 


9 2 7 


6 t i! 


2 3 ^ a ^ °^ c * oc k 9^1. 


6 7 


553: 10 9 


6 3* 


2 9 4:St. Mich, plea/ant if 


* 9 


55 1 iio 5 2 


65J 


3-J5 ! <5 0H. not too windy. 


OiO 


550'n 39' 7 24 



UC lUbiSK hath 31 clays. 



ir.t or. 4(lay, 11b. 49m morn. 
Full moon iidav^h^.im.morn 



Laitqr. i^clav.y.njm.iwoin J 
N?wmo.*6day,iih.47m.mr! 



MjW| Calendar. &c. jffir.|<ffifetlF. feajr.js. 



oC 
M 

12 

ta 

H 

16 

3 

19 

1204 

6 



6 D^ysfhort'ncd 311.24111 612 

7 \jair weather, then comes 613 
Cji6thaft.Trin, )r. low. 614 

2 D0}). rain about thef 6 16 

3 J flfoyj, M«i crwej 617 

4 fall of clock 6m, 61" 
fair weather 6 20 

]) Perigee. arad 6 2 1 

Jbtne thing windy . fizz 

1 7th aft, Trin. 7*$ rifc;6 24 

SOD. [7 o , clock.|625 

cool weather, [6 27 

]) with 7*s. [628 

fl?iflf Mfird may be \6 29 

a flurry of 

J) runs high. fncw. 

18th aft, Trin. • g G1V633 



St.Lttke.n0 J. [Elpn. 
pleajant, 
then cloudy 
and wet, 
J Apogee. 



&35 
6 37 

; 6 39 

640 



237 ©ent. Til i oh, 21m. aft. 641 



:24 

mi 

\zG 

>7 

30 



C 19th aft. Trinity. 

2 J7*s rife 6 o'clock, 

3 ■ J <5 O D - w$ »Mj»4y, 

4 © fail of clock 16a?, 

5 St. S linen 8c Jude. 
5l$ ftat. more plea/ant. 



5 4 b 
547 
5 4 6 
5 44 
5 43 
5 42 
5 40 
5 39 
53* 
53 
5 35, 
5 33 
53* 
5 30 

2 

28 



'ait. col 



5 
5 2 7 

5*5 
5*4 
5 2 3 

5 2J 
520 

5*9 

6 43 5 

644 510 

645 5*5 
6 47 5!3 
|6 48 5 1 2 
649 511511 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 

7 
8 

9 

10 35 

11 31 

tnoin 

O 20 



2 3 
22 

>9 

13 
6 

57 
4* 
4c 



7 57 

8 47 

9 38 
io 52 
mom 

o 61 



7 J J with $ . © runslow.|650 5ioja> < t.24 
C/2©th fund. aft.Trinity.l652 5 81 i 22 



2 7 
e 3 
16 

5 
50 

2 3 
3 
5 
3 2 
1 

S«] 

42 

3- 

26 



21 

42 

2 

20 



j) rife. 
6 c 

6 40 1 

2 7 

22 



3 

9 *7 

10 2C 

11 23 

morn. 



21 
20 
26 

4 26 

5 ^ 
3 fete, 

§ 2CJ 

o 7 

6 44 

84.3 



"jSOyKMBiiK ham 30 oays. 



.'ir»t qr. iday, 8h. 24m. aft. |La!t q<\ 1 7 ci ^ y £h Am. mom 
■*\iU moon oday. ih.'cro.aft.j NT^w mcoi ? cd~v. 3h.8na»m- 



MjW] Calendar, &c. 
AUS-inTi! 



6 53 5 



M 2 

34 



66 



I 9 2 
V*©3 



Q©J« <* w ^ rain, 

and perhaps 
Days (hortcri 4V1. 54^14! 
5 Perigee, /now, 
Pretty good totatker 
21ft fund, aft. Trin. 

J or N overt her, 
<5 O^.f. tides. <?]>0. 
O with 7*5. 
St. Martin. 
9 runs high. 

Fair weather, 
2 2d. aft. Trinity, 
$ Stationary. 
tfon comes /new 
□ ©5. or rain 
g Stationary, | Apog. 
7*s fo. uh. 52m. 

CoZd, chilly, 
23d aft. Trinity. 
O ent. I 6h.38m.aFt 
Q faft of clock 13m. 
rain 
or /now, 6 © J • 
then clear 
j runs low, 
Adven*. Sund, Jw. f. 
fomething cold, 
St. Andrew. Windy 



6545 

657J5 

6 5 8 j5 

6 59*5 

o 

1 



2 

,3 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

711 

712 

7i3 
7M 
7i5 
7x6 

7i 

7i 
718 

719 

7 2° 

721 
722 
7 22 



2 2j 9 59 
10 morn. 



7 
8 

9 

10 

IT 

mo in 
O ii 



5 

45 

45 

457 

455 

454 

4 53 

452 

45* 

45® 

4 49 

4 48 

447 
446 

4 45 
4 44 
443 
442 

4 4 2 j 9 
44i'io 
440 1 1 
4 39 aft. 11 
438 1 8 
38 2 2 



39 

45 

o 

16 

26 



6 

57 

44 
28 

9 
48 
28 

7 
48 

33 
22 

15 
12 
11 



]> rife. 

5 *Q 
,6 16 

7 
8 

9 

10 
1 1 



3 
6 

9 

13 
if 

morn. 

O 2Q 



22 
22 

2 3 
2 4 
25 
26 



5 fets. 
5 30 
636. 

7 43 

8 59 
to 16 



DKCKMB-KK hath 31 days. 





Pirn ^»t. 1 , iii..ai.ii 1 L*lt 4c. i'/u£y, - 1.. 


1 7 ra iii ^ 1 1 




Full ecu ib. 5jco.n1 v.;New m'".-fi 14c! ay, 


4I1 53m. ft) 




3 • div rii.. 1 txtl. iftffTn 




MjW| Calendar, &ci i©ri.|'g>f,|F, 


fca.jr.Jfi: 


i 


4 7 •••j fo. 1 t o'clock. J7 234 37 


2 


5 f 


l 1 2% 




s 


5j]j Perigee. a J©.;7 2^ 


137 


9 


4 3 


mori; 


I 


3 


6 Me a/ant if not 


7 2 ^ 


406 


4 


£4 


j'- 




4 


7 | too colA\ 


7 2« 


4 35 


5 


I * 


1 gJ; 




5 


l ,2:] Sund. in Advent. 


7 2 c 


4 35 


6 


; 


3 '7 




6 


2 J 6V<^ wiaiktr, 


7 2? 


135 


6 


57 


4 22 




2, 


£ Jjj with 7*9 /?7.tfrt' 


7 2(: 


4 34 


.? 


'V * 


5 37 




4 


( orxep. V. M. cr 


7 2 7433 


49 


6 47 




9 


5 


■<?©>• rain. 


728 


14 3 2 


9 


47 


J) ifc 


- 


10 


6 


$ Station, ]) with # 


7 28 


43210 


44 


5 39 


n-l 


7 


Cold } runs high. 


7 2 9 


4 3 1 ! 11 


37 


6 4<t 




18 


* 


3d in Advent □ © J? • 


729 


j 31:1x10 rn. 


7 50 




ta 





zveathtr. 


7 2C 


4 3ij 


26 


» 54 




^4 


3 


fall of clock 4m. 


729 


4 3*j 1 


1 1 


9 59 


. 


15 


4 


J Apog. 7*sfo. joo'd. 


7 29 


4 3*1 * 


54 


10 59 




i6 


5 


fi/ii/ ?az« or 


7 30 


430 a 


33 


11 59 




17 


6 


a© *. A*&> 


7 3° 


4 30, 3 


1 V 


morn. 




18 


7 


Days Ihortened 6h, 


7 3° 


4 3°) 3 


51 


O 59 




19 


c 


4th in Advent. 


73° 


4 3C 


4 


3-' 


1 59 




20 


2 


chilly zvinds, 


7 30 


4 3° 


5 


y 


3 3 




2 1 


3 


St. Thomas, 


7 3 c 


4 3° 


6 





4 8 




22 


4 


cnt. Vf 7I1, 4m. mr 


7 3° 


4 30 


6 


51 


i 17 




23 


5 


Q a<»d clock even. 


7 3C 


4 3° 


7 


47 


6 &6 




24 


6 


<?©<?. 6©]). 


7 30 


4 3o 


8 


46 


j) fets. 




25 


7 


Christmas. ) r.low. 


7 30 


430 


9 


47 


5 M 




26 


- .. 


lft aft. C St. Stephen 


7 3° 


43° 


10 


# 


6 31 




2 7 
28 


2 


St. John. D©1/. 


7 3° 


43° 


11 


43 


7 49 




3 


Innocents Perigee. 


7*9 


43i 


aft 


3^ 


9 5 




29 


4 


Cold weather. For far 


7 2 9 


43 1 


1 


26 


IO 2) 




30 


5 


her advice fee the New 


729 


43 1 


2 


*3 


11 28 




3* 


6 


Almanack. 


728 


43 2 3 





morn. 



The FRENCH CALENDAR, 

For the prdfent Y<ar, which began September 22, 1801, 

Names of "Months* EngUjk. Term. 

French. AVTVMN. (Inclufive.) 

Vendemairtf, Vintage Month, from Sept. 22 to Oct. 21. 

Brumairs, Fog Month, — - Oct. 22 t©Nov.29. 

Frum?ire, Sleet Month, — Nov. 21 to Dec. 23. 

WINTER. 

Nivofe, Snow Month, — Dec. 21 to- Jan. 19. 

Pla voire,- Rain Month, ~- Jan. 20 t€> Feb. 18. 

Ventofe, Wind Month, — Feb. 19 to Mar. 20. 

SPRING. 

Germinal, Sprouts Month, — Mar. 21 to Apr. 19. 

Flore?.!, Flowers Month, — Apr. 20 to M~y 19. 

Pruireal, failure month, — May 20 to June 18. 

• SUMMER. 

Meffidor, Harveft Month, — June 19 to July 18. 

Fervidor, Hoc Month — July 19 to Aug. 17. 

Fructidor, Fruit Month, — • Aug. 18 to Sept. 16. 

Sans Culottides, or Feafls dedicated to 

Les Vertus, The Virtues, Sept. 17. 

Le Genie, Genius, Sept. 18. 

Le Travail, Labor, Sept. 19. 

I/Opinion, Opinion, Sept. 30. 

Les Reeompenfes, Rewards, Sept. 21. 

The intercalary day of every fourth year is to be cal- 
led La Sans Culottide ; on which there is to be a Na- 
tional Renovation of their oath, ** To live free or die." 
The month is divided into three decades, "the days oi^ 
"ivhicli are called, from the Latin numerals, 

7 Primiai. 2 Duodi. 3 Tridi. 4 Quartidi. 

5 guintidi. 6 Sextidi. 7 Septidi. 8 Octodi. 
9 NQnodi, 10 Deoadi, which is the day of reft* 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 



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Articles on which Duties are payable at their importa- 
tion into the United States, with Pvatesof 
Impoft ; alprmbetically arracged. 

A RMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 

x\ enumerated, or parts thereof, 1 5 per cent ad Vi{* 

Apparatus, philofophical, fpecially im- 
ported for any ieminary of learning, free. 

Ale, beer an^ porter, in caiks or bottles, 8 cents per gal. 

on value of the bottles, \2± per cent aiiai. 

Art ; ficial flowers, feathers and other 

ornaments for women's head dreifes,i 5 ditto. 

Annifeed, 15 ditto. 

Anchors, l2-£ ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 
product, or manufacture of the U- 
nited States, fpirits excepted, free. 

Brai's teutenage and wire, free. 

— • iron, or fteel locks, binges, hoes, 

anvils, and vifes, 12| ditto. 

• all other manufactures of brafs, 15 ditto. 

Balls and balfams,(feepQwders,paftes, 

&c.) 15 ditto. 

Beer, ale, or porter, in caiks or bot- 
tles, 8 cents per gal. 
on value of the bottles, J Z^ptr cent ad v*U 

Bricks and tiles, 15 ditto. 

Bonnets, hats, and caps, of every kind, 1 5 ditto. 

Boots, 75 cents per pair. 

Books, blank, \%\ per cent ad vaL 

Book* of perfons who come to refide 

in the United States, free. 

Buttons f every kind, ' 1 5^*' cent (id W. 

3 2 



i8 

Buckles, moe and knee 

Brumes, 

Bullion, 

Burgundy wine, 

Cannon of brafs, 

Carriages, or parts of carriages, 

Cards, playing, 

■ " wool and cotton, 
Cables and tarred cordage, 
Cabinet wares, 

Caps, hats, and bonnets, of every kind, 15 
Carpets and carpeting, 
Cartridge paper, 
Caudles of tallow, 

of wax or fperinaceti, 



Champaign wine, 

Capers, 

Caires, walking ftickj, and whips, 

Cambricks, 

Cheefe, 

China ware, 

Cinnamon, cloves, currents, and coin- 
fits, 15 

Chintzes and colored calicoes ormuf- 
lins, and all printed, ihiined, or col- 
ored goods, or manufactures of cot- 
ton, or of linen, or of both, or of 
which cotton or linen is the mate- 
rial of chief value, 

Cocoa, 

Chocolate, 

Clogs and goloftioes, (fee flioes) 

Cordage tarred, 

-and yarn un tarred, 



1 5 per cent ad vaU 
i2| ditto. 
free. 

45 cents per gallon* 
1 5 per cent ad vaU 
20 ditto. 

25 cents per pack. 
50 cents per doz, 
1 80 cents per cwt. 
1 5 per cent ad vaU 

ditto. 
15 ditto. 

IS ditto. 

2 cents per pound, 

6 ditto. 
45 cents per gallon* 
\S per cent ad val, 
1 2| ditto. 
12± ditto. 

7 cents per pfiund, 
IS per cent ad val. 



ditto. 



Cofmetics, 

Coal, 

Colors, (fee painters') 

Copper manufactures. 



3f2j ditto. 

2 cents per pound, 

3 ditto. 
1 5 cents per pair, 

l8o cents per cwt. 
225 ditto, 

1 5 per cent ad val, 
5 cents per bufhel, 

1 5 per cent ad vaU 

15 ditto. 



*9 

Copper in plates, pigs, and bars, free. 

Compositions for the teeth or gulns, 

(fie dentrifices) 1 5-per Cent ad Vah 

Coffee, 5 cent* per pound* 

Cotton, 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufacture*, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value, being 
.printed, flained, or colored, or rot- 
ton manufactures not printed, Itain- 
ed or colored, i2-£ per cent ad vah 

Clocks and watches,or parts of either, 15 ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 
chaifes, folos, or other carriages, 
or parts of either, 20 ditto. 

Cloathing, ready made, I2£ ditto. 

Cloths, books, houfehold furniture, 
and the tools or implements of the 
trade or profeffions of perfons who 
come to refide in the United states, frae. 

CutlafTes, or parts thereof, 15 per cent ad vah 

Dates and figs, 15 ditto, 

Dentriiice powders, tinctures, prepar- 
ations and compofitions for the 
teeth or gums, ~T5 ditto. 

Dolls, dreffjd or undrelled, 15 ditto. 

Drugs, medicinal, except thofe com- 
monly ufed for dying, 15 ditto. 

— — and woods for dying, free. 

Earthen and ftone wares, \$per cent ad vah 

Effences, (fee powders, padts, &c) 15 ditto. 

Fans, or parts thereof, 1 5 ditto. 

Fayal wine, 28 cents per gallon. 

Feathers aud other ornaments for wo- 
men's head dreffes, 1 5 per cent ad vah 

Fringes commonly ufed by upkolfter- 

ers > coach makers, and faddjers, 15 ditto. 

Figs, j 5 ditto. 



20 



Flowers, artificial 



15 per cent &dvaU 



15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


free. 




i*i per cent ad veil 


15 


ditto. 


20 


ditto. 


20o cents per cuts* 


j2£ per cent ad uaL 


15 


ditto. 


20 


ditto. 


IS cents per pair. 


IS per 


cent ad val. 


15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 



Floor cloths and mats, or parts of 

cither, 
Fruits of all kinds, 
Furs of every kind undrefled, 
Glafs— black quart bottles, 

■ ■ window glafs, 

■ i -■ ■ all other glafs, and manufac- 

tures thereof, 

Glauber falts, 

Gauzes, 

Geneva, (fee fpirits) 

Ginger, 

Girandoles, or parts thereof, 

Gololhoes, (fee ihoes) 

Gloves and mittens of every kind, 

Gold, filver, and plated ware, 

Gold and filver lace, 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, im- 
ported directly from China or In- 
dia, in fiiips or velfels not of the 
United States, except teas, Ch na 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, 12J 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign p'oit or place in the fame fhip 
or vefl'el in which they fhi 11 fee im- 
ported—and all articles o{ the 
growth, product or manufacture of 
the United States, fpirits excepted, free. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, 1 2j per cent ad -vaL 

Glue, 15 ditto. 

Gunpowd*r, I2i ditto. 

Hangers, or parts thereof, J 5 ditto. 

Hair powder, J$ &ttO* 



ditto. 



21 

Hats, caps, and bonnets, of every 

kind, 15 ditto. 

Hemp, 10 ° cents per cwt. 

Hides, raw, free. 

Houfehold furniture of perfons who 
come to refide in the U. States, free. 

Implements of the trade or profeflion 
of perfons who come to refide in 
the United States, . free. 

Indigo, 25 cents per pound. 

Iron wire, free. 

— fteel, orbrafs locks,hinges,hoes, 

anvils, and vifes, 12J per cent ad vaU 

_ — cafl, flit, or rolled, and all ma- 
nufactures of iron, fteel, or brafs, 
or of which either of thefe metals 
is the article of chief value, not be- 
ing otherwife particularly enume- 
rated, 15 ditto. 

Jewellery and p:fte work, is ditto. 

Lace of gold and filver, 15 ditto. 

Laces awd lawns, i2£ ditto. 

Laces, lines, fringes, t aiTels and trim- 
mings, commonly ufed by uphoUler- 
ers, coach makers, and faddlers, 15 ditto. 

Lampblack, 12^ ditto* 

Lapis Calaminaris, free. 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and all. 
manufactures of leather, or of 
which leather is the article of chief 
value, not otherwife particularly 
enumerated, 1 5 per cent ad ml. 

Lead and mufket ball, 1 cent per pound. 

— ~ - all other manufactures of lead, 

or in which lead is the chief article, I cent per pound. 

Lemons and limes, 1 5 per cent ad Vtf/» 

linen or cotton manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton ox linen is 



2 2 

the material of chief value, being 
printed, ftained, or coloured, or 
cotton man u f: --St lire s, not printed, 
ftained Or coloured, V2^per . ■ - 

Linen manufactures, or of wl ich lin- 
en is the chief r.i licit of \ Jiie, noc 
printed, ftained pr colo ; ui*ed, ? 2 i ditto. 

Lifbbrt^ti^ oporto yifces-, 30 cent pjr gallon. 

Looking gfafies, bi parts : . hereof. 2 0. per cent ad vjL 

ManuiVfturc" bi tip, pe\vfee;raad c-V" 

p£r, 15 ditto. 

— ~ — i— — of iron, feol, or brafr., 
tint otlicr.wif* particularly enumer- 
ated, [5 ditto.. 

fri",^"- '■■• > .% — of leather, not other- 
wife particularly enumerated, 15 'ditto, 

I, 1 -, i 1 y ■ ■ — ^ of lead, not otherwife 

particularly enumeratedi ; 1 c^t-ftrfoxng: 

— of cotton or linen, or of* 



both, printed, Trained or coloured, 
or of cotton not printed, flame d or 
coloured, i 2hper cent ad vat, 

-of linen, not printed, 



ilained or colored, i2|^r cent ad vtiK 

*_ . ofglafs, (feeglafs) 

- " - ' - «— 6 f tobbacco, ( fe e fa u ff 
and tobacco) 

-of wood, (fee cabinet 



wares and wood) 

-of the United States, 



fpirits excepted, free. 

Mats and floor cloths, or parts of ei- 
ther, 1,5 per cent ad vaL 

Malt, 10 cents per buJbcL 

Marble, flate,and other &one, bricks 
tiles, tables, mortars, and other u- 
tenfilsof marble or flate, and gene- 
sally all Hone, and earthern ware, 1 5 per cent ad v*L 



23 

Madeira wines, (fee ^vine:;) 

Mali ga wine, 28 cents per g - ffon . 

Mace, 15 per ceut ad vai. 

Medicinal drugs, except thofe com- 

mnnly o fed in dying, IS ditto. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares im- 
ported directly from China or fh- 
dia, in fnips or veiiels not of the 
United States, except tea?. China 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, 1 2 -J ditto. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or place in the fame fhip 
or velfel in which they {ball be im- 
ported— and all the articles of the 
growth, product, or manufacture 
of the the United States, fpirits ex- 
cepted, free* 

.Merchandize, goods, and wares, not 
herein otherwifc particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, \l\per cent advaL 

Mittens and gloves of every kind, 15 ditto. 

Millinery ready made, 1 5 ditto. 

MolafTv? s, $ cents per gallen. 

Mu fleets and firelocks with bayonets 
fuited to the fame, and mufketball, 
or parts of either, 15 ditto. 

Mufltets and firelocks without bayo- 
nets, or parts of either, 

Muftard in flower, 

Mufiins or muflinets, whether print- 
ed, ir-aiDeo*, colored, or otherwife, 

Naili, 

Nankeens, 

Nutmegs, 

Oranges, 

VJrnai^ents for women' 3 head drefles,i5 ditto* 



15 
15 


ditto, 
ditto. 


I2&, ditto. 
2 cents per pound, 
I 2\pcr cent ad vaU 
1 5 ditto. 
15 ditto. 



24 

Ointments, oils, and odors, (fee »ow- 



ditto. 
15 ditto. 
15 ditto. 

30 cents per gallon, 
IS per cent ad vaU 



ditto, 
ditto. 



ditto. 



ders, paftes, &ec) 

Olives, 

Oil, 

Oporto and Lifbon wine, 

Paper hangings, 

■11 , writing and wrapping I2£ 

, fheathing and cartridge 15 

Painters' colours, whether dry or 
ground in oil, except thofe com- 
monly uled in dying, 15 

Pack thread and twine, 400 cents per cwt. 

Pafte boards, parchment or vellum, 1 2±per cent ad val. 

Pafte work, and jewellery, 15 ditto. 

Phstons, or parts thereof, 20 ditto. 

Plaifter of Paris, free. 

Pewter manufactures, 15 ditto, 

■■■!■ ■ - , old free. 

Pepper, (scents per pound. 

Perfumes, 15 per cent ad -bah 

Piftols, or parts thereof, 1 5 ditto. 

Pictures and prints, 12J ditto. 

Pimento, 4 cents perponral. 

Printing types, 1 2\ per cent ad -vaL 

Pickies of all forts, 15 ditto. 

Printed, ftained, or colored goods, or 
manufactures of cotton, or ©i'linen, 
or of both, \2\ ditto, 

Philosophical apparatus, fpecmliy hn- 
ported for any fern i nary oi' learn- 
ing, free. 

Porter, beer, or ale, in cafks or bot- 
tles, 8 cents per gfjltri, 

mm — on value of the bottles, 1 2-^per cent ad val* 

Powderfor hair, 15 ditto. 

——gun powder, I2£ ditto, 

Powders, partes, balls, balfams, oint- 
ments, Gils, waters, waihes f tine- 



25 

tures, eflenees, or other prepara- 
tions or compofition3, commonly 
called fweet cents, odors, per- 
fumes, or cofmetics, and all pow- 
ders or preparations for the teeth 
or gums, 15 ditto* 

Plumbs and prunes, 15 ditto. 

Raifins, 15 ditto. 

Raw hides, and (kins, free. 

Rum (fee fpirits) 

Safe weighing more than fifty-fix 

pounds per bufhel, 10 cents per 56 lb* 

•— - weighing fifty-fix pounds per 

bufhel, or lefs, 20 cents per buJheL 

Salts, glauber 200 cents pr twt. 

Stained, printed, or colored goods, or 

manufactures of linen, ' 1*5 per cent ad val. 

Salt petre, free. 

St. Lucar wines, 4© cents per gallon. 

Starch, 1 5 per cent ad vaL 

Sailcloth, i2§ ditto. 

Slate, ftone, and (lone ware, 15 ditto. 

Saddles or parts thereof, 12^ ditto. 

Satins and other wrought filks, i*| ditto. 

Steel, - 100 cents per cwt. 

Steel, iron, or brafs locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils, and vifes, 12J percent ad vdl. 

— — -all other manufactures of fteeJ, 15 ditto. 

Sheathing and cartridge paper, 15 ditto. 

Sherry wine, 49 cents per galhn* 

Sea (lores of fhips or vefTels, free. 

Spermaceti candles, 6 cents per lb. 

Sweet fcents, (fee powders, paftes, 

&c . ) 1 5 per cent ad v*l. 

Sf fRiTs diftilled in foreign countries : 
viz. From Grain. 

Firft proof 28 cents per gallon* 

Second proof 2,9 ditto. 

€ 



s6 



Third proof • 




3* 


ditto. 


Fourth proof 




34 


ditto. 


Fifth proof 




40 


ditto. 


Sixth proof 




SO 


ditto. 


From other Materials, 








Firft proof 




25 


ditto* 


Second proof 




25 


ditto. 


Third proof 




28 


ditto. 


Fourth proof 




3? 


ditto. 


Fifth proof 




38 


ditto. 


Sixth proof 




46 


ditto, 


Spirits diftilled in the United State; 


[1 




imported in the fame fliip 


or vef 






fel in which they had been previ 


- 




oufly exported from the 


United 




States, viz. 








From Molajfes. 








Firft proof 




15 


ditto. 


Second proof 




16 


ditto. 


Third proof 




17 


ditto. 


Fourth proof 




19 


ditto. 


Fifth proof 




23 


ditto. 


Sixth proof 




30 


ditto. 


From Materials of the grtrwtb 


s.ndpn 






duce of the United States 


'„ 






Firft proof 




7 


ditto* 


Second proof 




8 


ditto. 


Third proof 




9 


ditto. 


Fourth proof 




11 


ditto. 


Fifth proof 




i3 


ditto. 


Sixth proof 




18 


ditto. 


Spikes, 




I cent per pound* 


Silver and plated ware, 




IS per 


cent ad val, 


- ■■- lace, 




15 


ditto. 


Skins, raw 




free 


. 


Shoes and flippers of filk, 




1^ cents per pair* 


other fhoes and flippers 


for men 




and women, clogs or golofhoes, 


15 


ditto. 



2 7 

—.other fhoes and flippers for chil- 
dren, io ditto. 

Swords or cutlafTes, or parts of ei- 
ther, 1 5 per cent ad val. 

Stocking*, J 5 ditto. 

Stone and earthern ware, J 5 ditto. 

Soap, 2 cents per pound. 

Solos nnd ©thex carriages, or parts 

t\s t f£<6f. 20 per cent ad vaL 

Sulphur, free. 

Sugars, brown 2%cents per pound. 

*— L — , white clayed 3 ditto. 

» — - ... , do. powdered 3 ditto. 

— jail other cloyed or powdered 2^ ditto. 

■■ , lump 6| ditto. 

~ , loaf 9 ditto. 

——, other refined 6£ ditto. 

Sugar-candy, nj ditto. 

Su u ft, 2 a cents per pound, 

TaiTels and trimings commonly ufed 
by upholfterers, coach makers, and 
fd«ldlers, 1 5 per cent ad val 

Tables of marble, flate, and other 

ftone, or parts thereof, 35 ; dlttjO- 

Tallow candles, 2 cents per pound* 
Teas, from China and India. 

, bohea 12 ditto. 

— — , fouc f iong and other black 18 ditto. 

■ - , hyfon, imperial, gunpowder ©r 

gomee 32 ditto. 

— — , other green teas, 20 ditto. 
From Europe. 

, bohea 14 ditto. 

•— , fou< bong and other black 21 ditto. 

— , hyfon, imperial, guspowder, or 

gomee, 40, ditto. 

— — jCther green teas, ^24 ditto. 



28 

From any other place* 

, bohea 17 ditto. 

— -, fouchong and other black 27 ditto. 

. hyfon, imperial, gunpowder, or 

£ omee 50 ditto. 

• other green teas, 30 ditto. 

Tenerilfe wine, 28 cents per gallon. 

Twine and packthread, 400 cents per cwt* 

Tin manufactures, 15 per cent ad DaU 

—* ■ -n pigs and plates, free. 

T nfe-es, (fee powders, pafl.es, &c) I 5 per cent ad val. 

"'■ iles and bricks, 15 ditto. 

Toys not otherwise enumerated, 12^ ditto. 

Tobacco, manufactured (other than 

inuff) 1© cents per pound* 

Tools of the trade or profeflion of 
perfons who come to reiide in the 
United States, 

Types for printing, 

Velvets and velverets, 

Wares of tin, pewter, and copper, 

— -■■ , e art hern or ftone 

«■■ , China 

— —■ , goic.!, fil^r, and plated 

— r — , goods, and merchandize import- 
ed directly from China or India in 
fhips or veffels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, 
and all other articles liable to high- 
er rates of duties, i2§ ditto 

1 , goods, and merchandize of the 

growth, produce, or manufacture 
©f the United States, (fpirits ex- 
cepted) free. 

Wafers, 1 5 per cent ad v*h 

Waters and waiaes, (fee powders, 

paftes, &c.) 15 ditto. 

Walking fucks, whips, and canes, I2| ditto. 



free. 
^iper 

I2A 


cent ad vah 
ditto. 


15 
15 


ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 

ditto. 



Wax candles, 6 cents per pound. 

Watches and decks, or parts of ei- 
ther, 15 per cent ad va /. 

Wines,//* cajks, battles and other vcjfels. 

, Malmfey, Madeira and London 
particular Madeira 58 cents per gallon, 

_— nil other Madeira wine, 50 ditto. 

—Burgundy, Champaign, Rhenilh, 

and Tekay wines, 45 ditto. 

> Sherry and St. Luctfr wines, 40 ditto. 

— — Clan t and other wines not enu- 
merated, when imported in bottles 
er cafes, 35 ditto. 

> Lifbon, Oporto, and other Por- 
tugal wines, 30 ditto. 

— ~-Teneriflfe, Fayal, Malaga, St. 
George, and other Weftern Iflands 
wines, 28 ditto. 

■ all other wines when imported 

orherwife than in bottles or cafes, 2$ ditto. 

- on value of the bottles, 1 2| per cent ad val% 

Window glafs, 15 ditto. 

Wire of brafs and iron, free. 

Wool and cotton cards, 50 cents per doz. 

Weol unmanufactured, ivee. 

Wood unmanufactured, free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive of ca- 
binet wares) J 2% per cent ad val. 

Yarn untarred, 225 cents per c-wt» 

All other goods not before particular- 
ly enumerated and defcribed, 1 *hper cent ad *val. 

IC7* All parts of artices to be fubject to the fame Du- 
ties as the entire article is fubjeck to. 

Bottles in which liquors are imported, pay the fame 
duty &s empty bottles. 

C % 



29 

DUTY on CARRIAGES. 

For and upon every coach, - . 15 

upon every chariot, - 12 

upon every poll chariot, • 12 

upon every poft chaife, - -12 

upon every phaeton with or without top, 9 
upon every coachee, - 9 

upon other carriages,having pannel work 

above, with blinds, glaffes or curtains, 9 
upon four-wheel carriages having fram- 
ed potts and tops, with fteel fprings, 6 
upon four-wheel top carriages with 

wooden fprings on^acks, - 3 

upon curricles with tops, - £ 

upon chaifes with tops, - -3 

upon chairs with tops, • ^- 3 
upon fulkies with tops, -.. - 3 

upon other two-wheel top carriages, 3 
upon two wheel carriages with fteel or 

iron fprings, - - 3 

upon all other two-wheel carriages, 2 
upon every four-wheel carriage having 
' framed pods and tops, aad refting up- 
on wooden fprings, - 2 
Carriages ufually and chiefly employed in bu(bandry, 
or for the tranfportation or carrying of goods, -wares, 
merchandize, produce, ok commodities, are exempted 
from the above duties. 

The following Articles are free frttn Duty. 
Philofophical apparatus fpecially imported for any femi- 

nary of learning. 
'Articles of all kinds of the growth, product, or manu- 
facture of the United States. 
Copper in phtes, pigs, and bars. 

Clothes, books, houfehold furniture, and the tools or im- 
plements of the trade or profeflion of perfoflS wha 
gome to refide in the United States » 



30 

Drugs and woods for dying. 

Furs of every kind undrefled. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize intended to be exported 

in the fame vefTel in which they fhall be imported, 
Kaw hides, and iron ware. 
Lapis Calaminaris, and plaifler of Paris. 
Old pewter and tin, in pigs aad plates. 
Wire of brafs and iron. 
Wool and wood unmanufactured. 

All retail dealers of wines and foreign diftilled fpirit- 
ous liquors, are yearly, by a law of Congrefs, tOtake out 
a licence from the Supervifor of the revenue, for re- 
tailing the fame, for which they are to pay for each, five 
dollars, on forfeiture of 50 dollars if they fell without 
having a licence therefor. 

TONNAGE, 

By Act of Congrefs, approved 2d March, 1799, to be paid 
at the time of entering the vefTel, and before any per- 
mit mail be granted for unloading any part of the 
cargo, at the following rates : 

On all fhips or veflels, entering from any foreign port 
or place. 

Per Ton* Cents*, 
Ships or veflels of the United States, 6 

built within the United States, after 
the 20th July, 1789, but belonging 
wholly or in part to foreign powers, 
duly recorded, 30 

On other mips or vefTels, 50 

Veflels of the United States, employed in the coafl> 

ing trade or fiflieries, duly licenfeel, per annum, 6 
Veflels of the United * tates, (other than licenfed) 
taking in merchandize in a di ftricr. in one ftate, 
to be delivered in a diftricTin another ftate, other 
than an adjoining ftate on the fea coaft, or on a 
navigable river, 6 



3 2 

Other ftiips or veflels, taking in merchandize to be 
delivered ia another diftridt, 50 

DUTIES payable in D&Us.Cts. 

Gold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of the 
ftandard prior to the year 1792— for every 27 
grains, I 00 

Gold coins of France, Spain, and the dominions 
of Spain, of the ftandard prior to the year j 792, 
for every 27 and 2 fifth grains, 1 eo 

Spanifli milled dollars,— 17 pwt. 7 grs. 1 00 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France,— 18 pwt. 17 grains, 1 j& 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 
Provided, That no foreign coins (hall be receivable, 
which are not by law a tendar for the payment of all 
debts, exctpt in confequence of a Proclamation of the 
Prefident of the United States, authoring fuch foreign 
coins to be received-in payment of the duties and fees 
aforefaid. 

Rates of Coins for eftimating Duties. 
Pound fterling of Great Britain, - 4 44 

Livre Tournois of France, - - o 18 

Florin or guilder of the United Netherlands, o 40^ 

Mark banco of Hambwrgh, - - o 33| 

Rix dollar of Denmark, - - - 1 00 

Ryal plate of Spain, •?. - - - - o io 
Vallon of do. - - - -005 

Milree of Portugal, - - - 1 24 

Pound fterling of Ireland, - - - 4 10 

Tale of China, - - - 1 48 

Pagoda of India, - - - - 1 94 

Rupee of Bengal, - - - - ° $sk 

And all other denominations, in value, as nt^ar as raay 
be, to the faid rates, or the intrinfie value thereof, com- 
pared with the money of the United States Provided, 
That it fhaU be lawful for the Prefident cf the United 



32 

States to caufe to be eftabliflied, fit and proper regula- 
tions for eftimating the duties on goods, wares, and mer- 
chandize, imported into the United States, in refpeft to 
which the original coft (hall be exhibited in a depreciated 
currency, iflued and circulated under authority of any 
foreign government. 

That en allgoeds, wares, and merchandize, imported 
from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the fame, (if ad 
valorem articles) 20 per cent to be added to the actual 
coft thereof, including all charges, (comrniffions, outfide 
packages, and infurance only excepted) and ten percent 
if from any foreign port, before the duties are calcu- 
lated. 

I. * 

FEES of OFFICE. 

To the Collector and Naval officer. 

Entry of a vefiel of ioo tons or upwards 
Clearance, do. do. do* 

Entry of a veffel under ioo tons, 
Clearance or oo. so. oa« 
Every poft entry, 
Permit to land goods,, 
Every bond taken officially, 

permit to land goods, for exportation for 

drawback, 
debenture or other official certificate,, 
bill of health, 
Official document (regifter excepted) required 

by any perfon, @ 20 

To the Surveyor. 
Admeafuring and certifying the fame, »f every 

fhip or veffel of ioo tons and under, per ton, e ol 
Admeafurement of every fhip or veflelabove 109 

tons and not exceeding 20o tons, I $0 

Above 2oo tons, % o& 

For all other fervices on board any fhip or veflel 
of ioo tons and upwards, having on board 



Dols. Ctj. 


2 


5° 


2 


5° 


I 


50 


I 


50 


2 


00 


« 


20 




or 


40 





33 


o 


20 


o 


23 



34 

goods, w^ares, or merchandize, fubjeft to duty, 3 00 
For like fer vices on board any fhip or veffel of 

lefs t'.an 100 tons, 1 50 

On all veflcls not having on board goods, wares, 

or merchandize, fubjecl: to duty, o 66§ 

Allowances for Draft. lb. 

Any quantity of 100 weight or t 12 lb. I 

above 100 and under -,.©o, 2 

200 and under 3°°, 3 

3^0 axia under 4G», 4 

400 and under i8qo ; 7 

1800 and upwards, 9 

Ta^s. lb. 

On every whole chefi of bohea tea, 70 

half do. do. 36 

quarter do. do. 20 

cheft of hyfon or other green tea of 70 lb. 

or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 and 70 lb. - 18 

do. if 80 lb. 2.0 

do. from 80 lb. upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes, canvas, and other coverings. 

On all other boxes of teas, according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 

On coffee in bags, 2 percent* 

in bales, 3 

in calk>, 12, 

On fugar, other than loaf Higar, in cafk°, 12 

in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On cocoaj in calks, 10 

in bags, I 

On pimento, in caiks, J 6 

in bags, 3 

On cheefe, in hampers or baikets, 10 

in boxes, 20 

On candles, in boxes, 8 

On chocolate, in boxes, 10 



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On cotton, in bales, 2 per cent. 

in feroons, 6 

On glauber falts, in cafks, 8 

On Indigo, in barrels, 12 

in other cafks, 15 

in feroons, jo 

in bags or mats, 3 

On nails, in cafks, H 

On pepper in cafks, 1 2 

in bales, 5 

in bags, 2 

On fugar candy, in boxes, 10 

On fegars, in boxes, 18 

On foap, in boxes, 10 

On (hot, in cafks, 3 

On twine, in cafks, 12 

in bales, 3 

On all other goods according to the invoice 

thereof, as a&ual weight. 

Allowance for leakage and Breakage. 
- Two per cent allowed on the gauge on all merchan- 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in cafks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter, in bottles, 
and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, to be 
.deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of breakage; 
or it fhall be lawful to compute the duties on the actual 
quantity by tale, at the option of the importer at the 
time of entry. 

Terms of Credit. 
When the duties 051 ad valorem article's are lefs than 
50 dollars, it muft be paid immediately ; if fpecific, a 
depofit muft be mads to fecure the fame, which when 
afcertained, will be immediately fettled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the fum 
payable by one perfon or co-partnerlliip) fliall amount 
to more than fifty dollars, the following credit is allow- 
ed by law, except where any bond on which the perfon, 
pr co-partnerfhip entering fuch goods, wares, or iner- 

i£l69S.6 



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cbandize, are either principal or fecurity, and which 
being due remains undifcharged. 

On all articles the produce of the Weft- ladies (fait 
excepted) the one half in three months and the other 
half in fix months. 

On fait j in nine months. 

On Madeira, and all other wines, twelve months. 

On all goods, &c from Europe, (wines, fait and tets 
excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, and 
one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. (wines, fait and teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the Weft-Indies, 
one half in fix months, one-fourth in nine months, and 
©ne fourth in twelve months. 

On teas " from Chiaa or Europe, maybe deposited at 
the option of the importer or importers (to be determin- 
ed at the time of making entry therefor) either to fe- 
cure the duties thereon, on the fame terms and ftipula- 
tions as on other goods, wares and merchandize import- 
ed, or to give his or her or their bond, to the collector 
of the diftrict, where any fuch teas ihall be landed, in 
dauble the amount of the duties thereupon, with cendi- 
tion for the paymsnt of the faid duties in two years from 
the date of fuch bond ; which bond mall be accepted by 
fneh collector, without furety, upon the terms follow- 
ing ; that is to fay, The teas, for the duties whereof 
fuch bond ftiali be accepted, fhall be depofited at the 
expence and rifk of the faid importer or importers, in 
one or more ftore houfe or ftore houfes, as the cafe may 
require, to be agreed upon/' &c. The faid teas to be 
delivered upon bond being given with one or more fure- 
ty or fureties, to the fatisfa&ion of the collector <* if the 
fame {hall not exceed ioo dollars, in four months ; if 
above ioo dollars, and not exceeding 500 dollars in 
eight months ; or if the fame ihall exceed 500 dollars, 
in twelve months ; fo that the term of credit fliall not 
extend the period beyond two years from the time of 
depofiting the faid teas : any teas remaining after th$ 



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term of two years, to be fold by the colleger, who mall 
return the furplus (after paying the duties) to the own- 
er or owners thereof". 

when the bonds given for duties fiiall become due, and 
not difcharged, the collector to profe-cure without delay; 
and in cafe of infolvency or death the United States to 
be the firft creditor, " and if any executor, admimftra- 
tor, affignee, or any other perfon, mall pay any debt 
due by the perfon or eflate, from whom, or for which 
they are acting, previous to the debt or debts due to the 
United states, being fully fatisfied and paid, (hall become 
anfwerable in their o-wn perfon andeftate for the fame, or 
part thereof remaining unfatisfied. 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, fliall in caf- 
es of infolvency or death, of the principal, M have and 
enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference for the 
recovery and rtceipt of the faid money out of the eflate 
and effects of fuch infolvent, or deceafed principal, as 
are referved to the United States" 

When bonds are profecuted for the recovery of duties 
due to the United States, judgment to be granted at the 
return term, " unlefs the defendant fiiall in open court, 
the United States Attorney being prefent, make oath or 
affirmation, that an error has been committed in the li- 
quidation of the duties demanded upon fuch bond, fpeci- 
fying the errors alledged to have been committed, and 
that the fame have been notified, in writing, to the col- 
lector of the diftrict prior to the commencement of the 
return term aforefaid." 

On all bonds upon which fuks mail be commenced, art 
intereft mail be allowed at the rate of fix per cent per 
annum, from the time when laid bonds became due until 
the payment thereof." 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and bonds 
to be given for fecuring the duties, 'n£ the whole or part 
of the cargo is deftined to different districts. f 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Veffels* 

No veffel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citl- 
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fcfns of the United States, is admitted to unload at any 
port or place except the foHowi&g : 

New- Hampshire— -Portfmout,).— Massachusetts— 
Portland and Falmouth^ New-Bedford, Dighton, Salem 
and Beverly, Gloucefter, Newbur-pori, Marblehead, Nan- 
tucket, Bo/ion and Charleftown, Plymouth. Bath, French- 
man's Bay, WifcaiTet, M-ichias*, Penobfcot —Rhode- 
Island — Newport, Providence.-* — Connect icut New- 

London, New Haven. -—..New- Yo rk • - New York New- 

Jersey— ? Perth -Amboy, Burlington. Pennsylvani a— 

Philadelphia.-*- Del aware ■ - Wilm'sngian, Newcaftle, Port 
Penn.— Maryland — Baltimore, Annapolis, Vienna, Ox- 
ford, Georgetown on Potomack, Ghefter town creek, 
Nottingham, Nanjeraoy, Digges' Landing, Snowhili, 
CarroSfburg.— Virginia — .^tem'/>vrt,Kinfaie, Newport, 
Tapp/ihannock, Port Royal, Frederickfburg, Urbanna, 
Yorktown, Weftpoint, Hampton, Bermuda hundred, 
City point, Rocket's-Landing, Norfolk and Portfmouib.^-r 

North-Carol ina Wilmington, Newbem, Beaufort, 

Wafhington, Edenton, Plankbridge.- South-Carolina— 
Charlefion, Georgetown, Beaufort — -Georgia— Savannah } 
Sunbary % Bruniwick, Frederica, St- Mary's. 

Nor fhall any vefTel from the Cape of Good Hope, or 
beyond the fame, be admitted to enter, except at the 
ports in the above lift which are diftinguifhed by Italic. 

Meflriciioxs on Importations. 
No. goods, wares, or merchandize, of foreign growth, 
or manufacture, fubjeft to the payment of duties, fhall 
be brought into the United States from any foreign port 
or place in ?,ny other manner than by fea ; nor in any 
ihip or veiFel of lefs than Thirty Tons burthen, agreeable 
to the mode of afcertainmg American tonnage, except 
in certain diflricts on the Northern, Northweftem and 
Weftern boundaries of the United States, adjoining to 
th$ dominions of Great Britain in Upper and Lower 
Canada, and the d ill rids on the rivers Ohio and Mi.uV 
fippk 



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No beer, ale or porter, to be imj orteci in cafks of k -'*, 
civ l ity than Forty Gallons beer vie if ire, or ii* in ! ' I 
in p ckages ]eis tlian Six Dozen, under penalty oi' ibr- 
feiture, with the iliip or veifel. 

No .-e fined lump, or loaf fugar, ihall be imported 
; ' United states, from any foreign port or pbee, ex- 
( ■• in (hips or velfls of the bur t ben of One Hundred 
and Tivettfy Tons and upwards, and in cafks Or packages 
containing each, not lefs than Six hundred Pounds, on 
rain of forfeiting the faid fhip or veifel, and the loaf and 
Jump fugar imported therein, except in fuch calks or 
packages a*, aforefaid. 

No diftiiied (pints, (arrack and fweet cordials except- 
ed) to be imported in cafks or veCels of lefs capacity 
than Ninety Galhfis i.ine meafir e on pain of forfeiture, 
with the ftiip or Vefle], nor in calks or v^flels which 
have been marked pprfnatit to any law of 5 .he United 
States, on pain of forfeiture of ti> faid refined lump or 
loaf fugar, and diftiiied fpirit', together with the iLip or 
veffel : Provided, that the forfeiture Ihall not be incur- 
red on *' any fpirits imported, or brought into the Unit- 
ed States, in other cafks or \efTejs as aforefaid or the 
flip or veiFel in which they fliall 0£ brought, if fuch fpi- 
rits fhall be for the ui-e of the feafnen tin board oi' fuch 
fhip or veilel, and ihaH not exceed the quantits c'i feu r 
gallons for eaen teaman," md -which foul at the tima of 
entry of the faid vejjtl he inferted in the Ivlanfefl as the fejt 
Horcs of fuch ftp or veWei, 



INFORMATION GENERALLY. 



The want of certificates of diftiiied fpirits, wines or 
teas, fubje&s fuch articles to feizure, asd fifty dollars 
fine, if fuch certificates are not delivered to the purcha- 
fer ; and if any cafk, cheft, velTel or cafe, containing 
fuch articles, ihall be found in the poifeflion of any per- 
fon, without being marked and not being accompanied 
with a certifieate, the fame is liable to feizure. 



4o 

On the fale of any caiks, Sec which have been marked, 
the mark- to be defaced in pr fence of fome officer of 
infpecVion or cuftora ; and the certificate of the frme to 
be delivered up, under penalty of one hundred dollars 
with cod? of f'uit. 

Goods froni foreign ports, not to be unladen but be- 
tween funrile and funfet, without fpecial licence, under 
a penalty of four hundred dollars on the matter, and 
every other perfon concerned, difability from holding 
sin/ office under the government of the United States 
for feven Vears, and being adveitifed in the newfpa- 
pers, with forfeiture of the goods ; and if above four 
hundred dollars, value of veffel and apparel. 

Goods removed before gauged, and v/eighed, and if 
wines-, fpirits, or teas, before bein. 3 marked, without 
per miffion, are forfeited. 

Perfcns giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to twothoufanddolJars. Infpeetors and officers 
of revenue cutters, may go on board, examine and 
fearch veffels, have free accefs to the cabin, and feal 
packages and after funfet fecure thehatches, &c. — Per- 
ions iii charge of veffels, for breaking faflenings, but in 
prefinee of an ©iticeE, forfeit two hundred dollars. 

Officers may fe'ize within or without their diftricls ; 
perfons refilling or impeding them, forfeit four hundred 
dollars. 

The mailer or commander of any veffel, that fhall 
obftrucc or hinder (or be the caufe thereof) any onicer of 
the revenue, in going on board his fliip or vefiel, .for 
the purpofe of carrying into effect any of the revenue 
laws of the United states, forfeits from fifty, to five 
hundred dollars. 

Register Act Every owner of a veffel, refiding wkfer 
in the limits of the. United States, to fwear to the regis- 
ter within ninety days after its being granted, or it be- 
comes void, and the veiTel and cargo pays foreign ton- 
nage and duty. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR THE YEAR l802. 



Executive and Legislative Departments. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efq. Governor. 
Hon. John Treadvyell, Efq. Lt. Governor. 

ASSISTANTS. 

William Williams, Efq. I Thomas Seymour, Efq. 

Jofeph P. Cook, Efq. j Aaroa Auftin, Efq. 
"William Hillhoufe, Efq. David 0«gget; Efq. 

Rog r Newbury, Efq. j Nathaniel Smith, Efq. 

Heman Swift, Efq. | Zephaniah Swift, Efq. 

Thomas Grofvenor, Efq. | John Allen, Efq. 

Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Treafurer. 

■John Porter, Efqv Comptroller of Public Accounts. 

Samuel Wyllys, Efq. Secretary. 



KOLL of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, 
For May and October Seikons, i8oi. 

May Session. 

Calvin Goddard, Efq, Speaker. 

Timothy Pitkin, jun. Efq. Jona. O. Mofely, Efq. Clerks, 

HARTFORD, John Caldwell, John Trumbull. 
Berlin, Amos Hosford, Sefah Hart. 
Briftol, Abraham Fettibone, Enos Ives. 
Eaft-Hartford, Elifna Pitkin, Benajah Phelps. 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Abie! Wolcott. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 
Farmington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Glaftenbury, Jonathan Wells, Zephaniah H. Sm-khf 
Graaby, Cliauncy Pcttibone, jofeph ConiLOi. 
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Hartland, Titus Hays, Ifrael Williams. 

Southington, Timothy Clark, Samuel Hart. 

Suffield, Gideon Granger, Luther Loomis. 

Symfbury, Noah Phelps, Jonathan Pettibone. 

Wethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, Jofeph Bulkley. 

"Windfor, Alexander Wolcot, Daniel Taleot* 

TsFew-Haven, Ifaac Beers, J. Atwater. 

Bradford, Timothy Hoadley, Eli Fowler, 

Chefhire. A. Hull, Rufus Hitchcock. 

Derby, Jofeph Riggs. 

Sift Haven, Stephen Woodward. 

Guilford, Auguftus Collins, N. Roflfeter. 

Hamden, James BaiTet, jun. 

Milford, A. V. H. De Witt, B. Bull. 

North-Haven, Jofeph Doolittle. 

Oxf0rd, Ebenezer Riggs. 

Wallingford, jared Potter, Brintal Hall; 

Waterbury, J. Kingfbury, Ard Welton. 

Woodbridge, John Dibble, John Thomas. 

Wolcott, Ifaac Brownfon. 

New-London, George Williams, Nicoll Fofdick* 

Norwich, Ulima Hyde, Jacob De Witt. 
< Bozrah, Afa Woodworth. 

Coichefter, Roger Btilkey, Jofeph Ifham. 

Franklin, Eleazer Tracy. 

Groton, Starr Chefter, Ben-Adam Gallup. 

Li(bon,*]omua Perkins. 

Lyme, M. Warren, jun. D. M. Jewett» 

Montville, John G. Hillhoufe. 

PrefUn, Amos Avery, A. Stewart. 

Stonington, Latham Hull, E. Smith. 

Falrfidi, Lews B. i-turges, D Burr. 

Danbury, E. Whittlefey, E. W. Bull. 

Brookfield, JefTe Noble. 

Greenwich, E. Mead, William Knap. 

Huntington, O. De Foreft, Henry GfUti& 

New-JTairneld, S. Aiten, J. Be arts, jun. 
Newtown, Afa Chapman, J. Sand ford. 



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Norwalk, William M. Letts, J. Siliiman* 

Reading, A. L. Hill, Seth S. Smith. 

Ruigfiehi, Nathan Dauchy, J. Olmfled. 

Stamibrd, I Lockwood, E. M'Lauglin. 

Stratford, Jofeph Walker, A. Stirling. 

Trumbull, Nathaniel J. Burton. 

Wefton, N. Wheeler, S. B. Sherwood. 

Windham, S. Abbe, T. Larrabe. 

Aflilbrd, William Walker, Abel Simmons. 

Brooklyn, Jofeph Scarborough. ' 

Canterbury, N. Adams, J. Francis. 

Hampton, William Huntington. 

Killingly, E. Meifat, James Danielfon. 

Mansfield, C. Soutlrwark, F. Freeman. 

Lebanon, J. Mafon, William T. Williams. 

Plainfield, C. Goddard, J. Dunlap. 

Pomfret, E. Kingfbuty, Lemuel Ingals. 

Thompfon, Jofeph Gay. 

Voluntown, Nicholas Randal. 

Sterling, Thomas Gordon. 

Woodftock, Ephraim May, E. Smith. 

Litchfield, E. Kirby, Mofes Seymour. 

Bethlem, David Leavitt, jr. 

Barkhempftead, Ephraim Munfon, Pelatiah Allen, 

Canaan, Elizur Wright, Samuel Forbes. 

Cornwall, JudahKeliogg, Oliver Burnham. 

Colebrook, Grove Pinny, Slijah Rockwell. 

Gofhen, Birdfey Norton, Timothy Hale. 

Hanvinton, James Brace, Daniel Catlin. 

Kent, David Comftock. 

^Jew-Hartford, Seth Spencer, John Henderfon. 

New-Milford, Elifha Boftwick, Jofiah Starr. 

Norwalk, Nathaniel Steveas, Auguftus Pettibone. 

Plymouth, Daniel Potter. 

Roxbury, John Trowbridge. 

Salisbury, joih.ua Porter, Jeremiah Daucby. 

Aharon, Oliver Kellogg, George King. 

Southbury, Juiius Johnfon. 



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Torrington, Elifha Smith, Wiliram Battle. 

Warren, Nathaniel Swift. 

Wafhington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, William Coggfwell. 

Watertown, Thomas Fenn. 

Winchefter, Samuel Hurlburt, Horace Higley. 

Woodbury, Nathan Prefton, John Clark. 

MiddletQ-ivrty Elijah Hubbard Jehofaphat Starr. 

Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Mofes Cook. 

Durham, Elnathan Camp, Dan Parmelee. 

Eaft-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, J. O. Mofely. 

Haddarn, Daniel Brainard, E. Brainard. 

Kiilingworth, Nathan Wilcox, Abraham Pierfon. 

Saybrook, William Tully, Samuel Williams. 

Tolland, Jonathan Barns, Daniel Edgerton. 

Bolton. Jared Cone, jr. Oliver King. 

Coventry, John Hale, Daniel v\ hite. 

Ellington, Levi Wells, jr. 

Hebron, Elijah Houfe, Sarauel Gilbert. 

Somers, Reuben Sikes, jofeph Collins. 

Stafford, Elifha Alden, N. Johnfon. 

Union, A. Seilions, Robert Paul, jr. 

Willmgton, Samuel Dunton, J. Sibley. 

October. Session. 
John Chefter, Efq. Speaker. 

William Edraond 5 Efq. Elizur Goodrich, Efq. Clerks, 

HARTFORD, John Caldwell, John Trumbull. 
Berlin, Amos Hosford, James North. 
Briftol, David Marks, Benjamin Hungerford. 
Eaft-Hartford, Elifha Aitkin, Allen Olcott. 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Abiel Vvoicott. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 
Farmiugton, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jua. 
Giadenbury, J. Welles, Zephaniah H. Smith. 
Hartiand, Uriel Holmes, lfrael Williams. 
Southington, Timothy Clark, S. Hart. 
Suffold, Gideon Granger, Luther Loomis. 



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Simibury, O. Humphreys, John Bettor. 

Wetherafitld, JoUn Che'fter, Ezeki I P. Eelden. 

Windfor, Daniel Talcotr, G. Wolcott. . 

New-Haven, Elizur Goodrich, Tfiomas Painter. 

Branford, Timothy HoadJey, EH Fowler. 

Chefhire, Andrew Hull, Fufus Hitchcock. 

Derby, Jofeph Jliggs. 

Eaft- Haven, Enos Hemmingway. 

Guiiford, N- PtofTetter, Auguftus Collins. 

Hamden, fames BafTett, itin. 

Milford, A. V. H. DeWitt, J- Bull. 

North Haven, Jofeph Doolittle. 

Oxford, Ifuac Nichols. 

Wallingford, Jared Potter, Brcnton Hall, 

Waterbnry, J. Kingfbury, E. Brunfon. 

Woodoridge, John Dihble, John Thomas* 

Wo'cott, Ifaac Bronfon. 

New-London, George ^illianss, Lyman Law.. 

Norwich, Eiiflia Hyde. Jacob DeWitt. 

Bozrab, Afa Woodworth. 

Colcbefter, John<*fham, 2d. Roger Bulkley. 

Franklin, Eleazer Tracy. 

Groton, Starr Chefter, Ifaac Gallup. 

Lifbon, jofhua Perkins. 

Lyme, Matthew Grifwold, David F, Sill. 

Montville, John G. Hillhonfe. 

Prcfton, Elias Brown, Alexander Stewart. 

Stoningtpn, Amos Palmer, Sands Cole. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, David Burr. 

Danbury, Timothy Taylor, Eli Mygatt. 

Brookiield, George C. Smith. 

Greenwich, Ebenezer Mead, William Knapp» 

Huntington, L. M. Lewis, W. Shelton. 

New-Canaan, jofeph Siiliman. 

New-Fairfield, S. Allen, N. Beardiley. 

Newtown, William Edmond, J. Sanford. 

Norwalk, W. M. Betts, Phineas Miller. 

Pveading, Simeon Monger, P. Sanford. 



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Ridgfield, Na'han Daucby, [. Olmflead. 

Stamford, I. Loc.kwood, W. Waterluiry, 4th» 

Stratford, J. H. Tomlinfon, R. Judfon. 

Trumbull, Hezekiah Curt. is.' 

Wefton, N. Whpeler, Samuel B. Sherwood. 

Win .ham, Timothy Larr-.bee, Ebcnezcr Devotion. 

Afhford, W. Walker, A immons, jun. 

Brooklyn, Roger V. Williams. 

Canterbury, John Francis, S. Butts. 

Hampton, Phillip Peale. 

Mansfield, C. Southworth, Jelfe Williams. 

Lebanon, Elkanah Tifdale, William T. s ilHams. 

Plabfield, Jofhua Dunlap, William Dixon. 

Pomtret, Sylvanu Backus, Thomas Grofvenor, 2d. 

Thompibn, Xhaddsus Lafned. 

Voluntown, Allen Campbell. 

Stirling, Thomas Gordon. 

Woodfiock, John M'CIeUarr, John Fox. 

Litcbjij/d, John Welch, Mofcs Seymour. 

Eethlem, Alexander KaiTsn. 

Barkhamftead, Calvin Cone, Pelatinh Allen. 

Canaan, Samuel Forbes, John Hurlbut. 

Cornwall, Judah Kellogg, S. Wadfworta. 

Colebrook, Grove Finney, Arab Phelps. 

Gofhen, Birdfey Norton, Timothy Hale. 

Harwiogton, James Brace, Daniel Catlin. 

Kent, David Comftock. 

New-Hartford, Seth Spencer, C. Seymour. 

New-Milford, Coi. Starr, Philo Ruggles. 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, A. Pettibone. 

Plymouth, David Smitk. 

Roxbury, John Trowbridge. 

Saliibury, jofhua Porter, Samuel Lee. 

Sharon, Auguftin Taylor, Ifaac Pardee. 

Southbury, Aaron Hinman. 

Torrington, Elifha Smith, William Battle. 

Warren, Homer Sackett. 

Wafiiington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, S. Mitchel^ 



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Water town, Samtrefrw; Southmayd. 

Winthcfter, Samuel Hurlbut, N. RnfTelL 

Woodbury, G. H. Cunningham, J. Clark. 

Middle-town, Elijah Hubbard, Enoch I'arfons. 

Chatham, H. Goodrich, C. Bulkley. 

Durham, D n Parmelee, Charier, Coe. 

Eaft'-Haddam, Jonathan O. Mofely, Eliphalet Holmes 

Had dam, D iniel Brainerd, Smith Clark. 

Killingworth, fofeph Wiilcox, A. Pierfbn. 

Sayhrook, William Hart, Jonathan Lay. 

Tol!v:d, Jonathan Barr.es, D. Edgertoqu 

Bokon, Oliver Kino;, jared Cone, jun. 

Coventry, John Hale, Eieazer Pomeroy. 

Ellington, Robert Hyde. 

Jiebr >n, Elijah Houfe, Sylvefter Gilbert. 

Somers, Reuben Srkes, Jofeph Collins. 

Stafford, Eliab Baldwin. H. Johnfon. 

Union, Robert Paul, jun. Nathl. Newell. 

Vv'illington, S. putton. Jonathan Sibley. 

Nomination for Members of Congrefs. 



The following gentlemen were chofen in May, 1800, to 
ftand in Nomination for Members or* Congrcf;, from 
Connecticut. 

Chauncey Goodrich,* | Calvin Gocklard, 

Samuel W. Dana, | Benjamin Talmadge, 

Iloger Grifwold, I Simeon Baldwin, 

Jonathan Brace,* Timothy Pitkin, jr. 

V/illiam Edmoud,* J \yil!iara Hart, 

EHzur Goodrich,* \ V" William MoieW, 

John C Smith, : Syivettcr G'ilBt :rt, 

John Davenport, jr. j Epaphrod ■ Champion, 

Elias Perkins, I Gideon Granger, 

* Re timed. 



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The following is a flatement of the votes for a Repre- 
sentative to Congrefs in the room of the Hon. Elizur 
Goodrich, refigned. 

Benjamin Tnlmadge, 7021 

Sin>eon Baldwin, 330 

Timothy Pitkin, 121 - 

"Wil'iam Hart, 100 

William Mofejy, 39 

Sylvcfter Gilbert, 47 

Epaphrod. Champion, 58— 
Gideon Granger, 



Majority 



-77i6 
4187 

3529 



Nomination for Affiftants. 



William Williams, 


9733 ! 


John Allen, 


7©5 6 


Jofeph P. 00k, 


7196 


Oliver Ellfworth, 


7345 


William Hilihoufe, 


i&$$i 


Jonathan Brace, 


6834 


Roger Newbury, 


6^36 


Chauncy Goodrich, 


6822 


Thomas Grofvenor, 


7479 


John Chefter, 


6736 


Thomas Seymour, 


9395 


Elizur Goodrich, 


6685 


Aaron Auftin, 


7118 


Wiliiam Edmond, 


6528 


David Daggett, 


7358 


tepheaT- Kofmer, 


6,93 


Nathaniel Smith, 


7s°9 


Simeon Baldwin, 


6248 


Zephaniah Swift, 


10230 


Benjamin Talmadge, 


5203 


Gideon Granger, 


3936 


fabezFitch, 


343* 


Marvin Wait, 


3701 


Samuel W. Johnfon, 


3432 


Afa Spalding, 


3671 


John Welch, 


3427 


John ^edgwick, 


3541 


Timothy Skinner, 


334 1 


Eliflia Hyde, 


3534 


Daniel Tilden, 


3200 


Ebenezer Devotion, 


3515 


John T. Peters, 


3>7* 


Rtifus Hitchcock, 


3476 


Ifaac Spencer, 2d. 


2577 


Jared Potter, 


M34 


Jofeph Wilcox, 2d. 


jb©5 



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Judicial and Civil Departments. 

JUDGES of the SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. JeiTelloot, Efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Jona. Sturges, efq. J Hon Zephariiah Swift, efq. 
Hon. Ste. M. Mitchel, efq. I Hon. John Trumbull, efq. 
Hon. Tapping Reeve, efq. | 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eaft-Hartford,) 
Clerk, Hartford County. 



COUNTY of HARTFORD, 

COUNTY COURT/ 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. | Pliny Hillyer, efq. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. | Eliphalet Terry, efq. 

Thomas Chefter, efq. Treaiurer and Clerk. 



JUSTICES o 

Hartford, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William .Mofely, 
John Trumbull, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Imlay, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Ephraim Root, 
Andrew Kingfbury, 
Nathan Perkins, jr. efq'rs. 

Berlin* 
Selah Hart, 



F TtfE PEACE. 
Gad Stanley, 
James North, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Amos Hosford, 
Elijah Hooker, efq'rs. 

Briftol. 
Abraham Pettibone, 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jr. 
Encs Ives, efq' is. 

E aft -Hart ford. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
EHfha Pitkin, 
A fhbel Pitkin, 



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Samuel Flag, 
George GrifwolcJ, 
Benajah Phelps, efq'rs. 

Enfield* 
John Reynolds, 
Henry Terry, efq'rs. 
Eaft-lVindfor. 
Rofwell Grant, 
Caleb Booth, 
Daniel Rockwell, efq'rs. 

Farmingtstt* 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd t 
Noadiuh Hooker, 
John Mix, 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Roger Hooker, efq'r*s. 

Glaftenbury. 
Phillip Seliew, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Eliiha Hale, 
Zsph. H. Smith, efq'rs. 

Granby. 
Afael Holcomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb, jr. 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Hezekiah Holcomb? efq'rs, 

tlart/titid. 
Elizur Enfign, 
Uriel Holmes, efq'rs. 

Suffield. 
Thaddeus Leavett, | 

Thomas Y. Seymou 



Amos Granger, 
Afael Hathaway, 
Samuel Hale, 
Joleph Auftin,efq'rs. 

Southington. 
Timothy Clark, 
Roger Whittlefey, 
Samuel Hart, efq'rs. 

Sims bury, 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphreys, 
Noah A. Phelps, 
Ezra Adam*, 
Geo. Humphreys, efq'ra 

Wethersfield. 
Charles Churchill, 
Samuel VV. Williams, 
Jofeph Bulkley, 
John Williams, 
jofhua Belden, jr. 
Ezekiel P. Belden, 
John Chefter, efq'rs. 

Windfor. 
Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwoldj 
Oliver Mather, 
Hezekiah Eiffel!, 
Abtel Grifwold, 
Jofiah Eiffel], 
Ifaac Owen, 
Eiihu Mills., efq'rs, 

r, efq. ftate attorney* 



Practising Attornies. 
Hartford. | William Mofely, 

Chauncey Goodrich, I Jonathan Brace ? 



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Ephraim Root, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Theodore D wight, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Brown, 
Jonathan) W. Edwards, 
Allen Mather, 
William D. How, 
Thomas Day, efq'rs. 

Farviingion, 
William Jv.dd, 
Timo. Pitkin, jr. cfq'rs. 

G la ft en bury. 
Zephaniah H. Smith, efq. 

Gran by. 
William Brad lev. efq. 



Simshtry. 
William Wilhfton. tfq- 

Sontbington . 
Roger Whittlejey 
Nuffield. ' 
Gideon Granger, 
Hczekiab Huntington, 
William Gay, 
Seth Parfons, cfq'rs. 
Weihe? j field. 
John Williams, efq. 
H ' indfor* 

Hezekiaft Eiffel], 
— Sargent, efq'rs. 

David BiflVJ], jr. efq.' 



Stephen Chcfter, efq. WHherifeid^ /herift. 

Deputy Sheriffs. Simon Chirk, Romzmha Norton, 
Hartford. Applcton Robbins, Wethers field. Nut. nun. 
Merrow, EaJl-Hartford y Natnai ie] Chandler, Enfield. 
Thomas Norton, Farmington. Oliver Hanchett, Suf- 
field. William Ruffefl, Simeon G.ifwold, V/indfor. 
Elijah Bo&rdrnan, Hartford, Goaler. 

COUNTY of NEW-HAVEN. 

COUNTT COURT. 

Simeon Briftol, efq. Chief fudge. 

Gideon Buckingham, efq. J Dyer White, eftj. 

Nathaniel Kolfeter, efq. j John Kingfbury, eSq. 

Henry Daggett, efq. Treafurer. 

Naphtali Daggett, Clerk. 

Dyer White, Clerk of the Superior Court. 



Neiv-Haven. 
Samuel Biiliop, 
James Hillhoufe, 
Henry Daggett, 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Jofeph Darling, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Elizur Goodrich, 



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Simeon Baldwin, 
Thomas Painter, 
Jonathan Ingeifoll, 
Noah Webfter, 
Ifaac Miils ? zu\'rs. 
Branftrd. 
Edward Ruirell, 
Orchard Gould, 
William Gould, 
Benjamin Page, 
James Barker, 
Solomon Lindiky, 
Beverly Munro, efq'rs. 

Chcjbire* 
Andrew Hull, 
Jared Burr, 
Ifrael Bunnel, 
Burrage Beach, efq/rs. 

Derbj. 
Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 
John Humphreys, 

Levi Tomlinfon, 

Ruftel Tomlinfon, 

Daniel Hoiebruok, efq'rs 
Eift-tiavtn, 

Jofi ill Br. id ley, 

Euos H iiiungway, efq'rs 
H \m I en. 

Bazil Mi ifon, 

Job Hi::)^d, efq'rs. 
G 'ii If or d. 

Auguftus Collins, 

E'.ias Graves, 

William Starr, 

Miles Muoger, 

Jonathan Todd, 

Henry Hill, 

Abraham Chittenden, jim 



Nathan Cbidfey, 
Daniel Hurd, jun. efq'rs; 

Milford. 
Lewis Mallett, 
Stephen Gupn, 
Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 
William Atwater, 
Elias Clark, efq'rs. 
North-Haven* 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Samuel Mix, efq'rs. 

Oxford. 
John Riggs, : 
l>avid Tomlinfon, 
Thomas Clark, efq'rs. 

Wallingford* 
Oliver Stanley, 
Caleb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Eliakim Hall, 
John M'Cleave, 
Samuel Woodruxf, 
Samuel Hall, 
Caleb Merriman, efq'rs. 
Water bur j. 

John Welton, 

Phineas Porter, 

John Lewis, jun. 

Ethel Brunfon, 

John Kingibury, 

jared Byington, efq'rs. 
iVoodhridge* 

David French, 

Thomas Darling, 

Samuel Ofborn, efq'rs. 
Wolcott. 

MLark Harrifon, 

Charles Upfon, efq'rs. 



Pierpont Edwards, efq. fate attorney* 



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Practising Attorntf.s, 



James Ilillhoufe, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Dyer White, 
Nathan Smith, 
KapbtsO.i Daggett, 
Jfaac Mills, 
Levi Ives, jun. 
Ifaac M. W ales, 
Elihu Munfcn, 
Stephen Twining, 
Seth P. --taples, 
William Briftol, 



Jefle Atwater, 

Jonathan Atwatetyef^rtt 

Bradford. 
J JoelT. Benedict, efq. 
Chffiire. 

Pairrage Beech, efq. 

John Humphry, 
\ J oft oh Dudley, efq'is. 

Ml r i 'ford. 
Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 
David B Ingeifoll,, efq'rs, 

Wailhtg jf.nl 
Samuel Woodruff, efq. 

Watcrbur]. 
Cyras Clark, efq. 



Jehu Brainurd, efq. Jbcriff, 
Deputy Sherifi. Hczekiah Clark, iVew-Hav 
brofe Cook, W&tltngfiAl, Benjamin Upfon, 
Abijah Holcbrook, Lerhy, 

Lock wood DcForefr, New-Haven^ Goalcr, 



Am* 
Waterbuvs* 



COUNTY of NEW-LONDON. 

COUN'TT COVET. 

Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Jud£e„ 
Wf'itam Noy.s, efq. j Benjamin Coit, efq. 

Charles Phelps, efq. j EJias Perkins, efq. 

William Noye?, efq . Treafurer. 
Winthrop Saltonflall, efq. Clerk, and Clerk Sup. Court.. 

JUSTICE! of the PEACE. 
Nviv-Lcndon. | Guy Richards, 



Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah G. Rrainard, 
Jonathan Starr, 



Samuel Whe^r. 
George Colfax, efq'rs. 



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Chriftopher L^ffingwell, 
Andrew Huntington, 
Elifha Hyde, 
A£d Spalding, 
Andrew Perkins, 
Zabdiel Rogers, 
Thomas Fanning, efq'rs. 

Bozrah. 
Nehemiah Waterman, j un. 
Afa Woodworth, efq'rs. 

Colcheier. 
John Watrous, 
Henry Champion,, 
Jofeph Ifham, 
Ebenezer Lathrop, 
Joel Foot, 
John I ft am, 2d. 
John R. Watroas, 
Joel Worthington, 
Roger Butk'ey, elq'rs. 

Franklin* 
John Kinfman, 
bilas Hartfhorne, efq'rs. 

Grot on 
Ebenezer Ledyard, 
Amos Geery 
Starr Cheftcr, 
Joieph AUyn, " 
Ebemzer Avery, 2d. 
Ifaac Avery, efq'rs. 

Lisbon. 
Ezra Biftop, 
l»*vi Perkins, jr. efq'rs. 



Lyme* 

Andrew Grifwold, 
Seth Ely, 

Matthew Grifwold, 
David F. Sill, 
Mofes Warren, jr* 
Calvin Selden, 
David M. Jewett, 
Selden Warner, efq'rs* 

Montville. 
John G. Hillhoufe, 
Jofiiua Raymond, 
John Dolbear, 
Clement Biftiop, efq'rs, 

Prefton. 
Samuel Mott, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Elias Brown, 
Daniel Morgan, Jan. 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Oliver Crary, 
Ifaac Avery, 
Alexander Stewart, efq J rs» 

Stonington* 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Jolhua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Coddington Billings, 
Samuel Prentice, 
Stephen Hall, efq'rs. 
Waterford. 
I Grifwold Avery, 
j George Williams, efq'rs. 

&ft Spalding, efq. fiate attorney* 



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Practising Attorn* is. 
Ncw-Londtn. Samuel A. Peters, efq'r*. 

Groton. 
Eliflia Williams, 
Ebenezcr Learned, efq' r$.' 

Lyme, 
Matthew Grifwold, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Richard M'Curdy, 
David M. Jewett, eiq'rs. 

Mtntviile. 
Edward Hempftead, efq. 

Prefton. 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Nathan Peters, efq'rs. 

Stoningtin. 
Nathaniel Minor, 
Coddington Billings , 
John Rook, efq'rs. 



Marvin Wait, 

Jeremiah G. Brainard, 

Lyman Law, 

Jacob B. Gurley, 

William P. Cleveland, 

Jirahlfliam, 

Elijah Hubbard, efq'rs. 

Norwich, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Luther Spalding, 
William S. Hart, 
James Lanman, 
Charles Latbrop, 
John Hyde, 
Jofeph Williams, efq'rs 

Cokhefter. 
Becjamin Trumbull, 



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Jolhua Huntington, efq. Norwich, Jher iff. 

Deputy Sheriffs. William Richards, New-London. Be- 
la Peck, Norwich. Solomon Scovel, Cokhefter. Jofeph 
Noyes, Lyme. .Villiam <Vil«liams, jun. Stonington, Ado- 
nijah F. Bradford, MontvUle, 

Goalers. Stephen Hempfted, New-London, 
Seth Miner, Norwich. 



COUNTY of FAIRFIELD. 

COVNTT COURT 

Hon. Jofeph P Cook, efq Chief fudge. 

Lemuel S an ford, efq. j Sam a el W. Johnfon, efq, 

P. B. Bradley,, efq. ; ! Tabez Fitcbr, efq. 

Lewis B. Sturges, efq. Treafurer. 

David Burr, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES i 

F^rfield. \ 
Andrew Rowland, 
Lewis B. Stur^es, 
Walter Bradley, 
Ebenezer JefTup, 
Joleph Strong, 
David Allen, 
David Judah, 
Samuel Rowland, 
Ebenezer Banks, efq'rs. 

Danburj. 
Eli Mygatt, 
Thomas Taylor, 
Timothy T ay tor, 
James Clark, 
Eli (ha hittlefey, 
Benjamin Hicoks, efq'rs. 

Brookfield. 
Amos Wheeler, 
Daniel B. Cook, 
Eli Perry, efq'rs. 

G*eenivich, 
Jabez Fitch, 
John M'Kray, 
Ebenezer Mead, 
Gilbert Clofe, efq'rs. 

Huntington. 
Elima Mills, 
A guv Judfon, 
Diodate Silliman, 
Ebenezer Beach, 
Legrand M. Lewis, 
Othniel Def ©reft, efq'rs. 

Nor walk. 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
T had ens Betts, 
Job Bartram, 



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the PEACE. 
Matthew Mead, 
Matthew Marvin, 
Taylor Sherman, efq'rs. 

New- Canaan. 
Jofeph Silliman, 
Ifaac Richards, efq. 
New Fairfield. 
James Potter, 
Nehemiah Beardfley, 
Stephen Barces, 
jofeph Bearfe, jun. efq'rs. 

Newtown. 
VvilHam Edmond, 
David Baldwin, 
Afa Chapman, 
Samuel Blackman, 
Zachariah Ferris, efq'rs. 

Reading. 
Andrew L. Hill, 
James Rogers, 
William Hepon, 
SethS. Smith, efq'rs. 

Ridgfidd. 
John Benedict, 
Jofhir; King, 
William Forrefter, 
Nathan Dauchy, 
Thomas St John, 
Samuel Stebbinr, 
Nathan Smith, elq'rs. 

Stamford^ 
John Davenport, jr. 
Reuben Scofield, 
David Maltbie, 
Samuel Webb, 
Eben. Davenpoit,- efq'rs. 



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Stratford. 
RobertWalker, 
Abijah M'Euen, 
Jabez K. Tomlinfon, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Abijah Starling, 
Jofeph Backus, 
Jofeph Walker, efq'rs. 

Elifha Whittlefey,' 



Trumbull. 
Daniel Brinfmade, 
Stephen Beardflay, 
Lewis Burton, efq'rs. 

John Sherwood, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Nathan Wheeler, 
Jeremiah Rowland, efq'rs. 
efq. ft ate attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Fairfield. 
David Burr, jr. 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Samuel Rowland, efq'rs. 

Danbury 
Elifha Whittlefey, 
Epaph. Bull, 
M. B. Whittlefey, 
John P. White, efq'rs. 

Greenwich. 
Timothy Walker, efq. 

Huntington* 
David Allen, efq. 

Newt$ivn. ' 
William Edmond, 
Samuel Blackman, 



Nerwalh 
Taylor Sherman, 
R.oger M. Sherman, efq'rs. 

Reading. 
Seth S. Smith, 
jelTe Beach, efq' rs. 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jr. 
James Stephens, 
Simon Miner, efq'rtf. 

Stratford. 
Jofeph Walker, 
Rofweil Judfon, 
Robert Fairchild, 
jofeph Backus, 
Benjamin Hall, efq'rs. 

; Wefton. 
Samuel B. Sherwood, efq. 



Afa Chapman, 

Timothy Shepherd,, efq' rs. 

Elijah Abel, efq. Jberif. 

Deputy Sheriff's. Stephen Barlow, Fairfield. Samuel 
Wildman, jun. Danbury. Nathaniel Nicholas, New- 
town. Thomas Keelor, Norvjalk. Aaron Morehoufe, 
Reading. Jofeph Gray, Stamford. John Thompfon, 
Stratford. Samuel M. Munfon, Huntington. 

Goalers. Ozias Hanford, Fairfield* Samuel Wild* 
xnan ; jun, Danbury. 



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COUNTY of WINDHAM. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief Judge, 
Ebenezer Devotion, efq. | Hon.Tho's Grofvenor, ef^ 
Conftant Southworth, efq. j James Gordon, efq. 

James Gordon, efq. Treafurer. 
Samuel Gray, efq. Clerk, and Cierk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICE'S of THfi PEACE. 



Windham. 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Samuel Gray, 
Jabez Clark, 
Samuel Perkins, efq'rs. 

AJhforL 
Abel Simmons, jr. ! 
John Palmer. 
William Walker, 
jofias Byles, efq'rs, 

"Brooklyn* 
Jofeph B ker, 
John Parifh, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
James Eldredge, efq'rs. 

Canterbury. 
Sherebiah Butts, 
Daniel Froft, 
Mofes Cleaveland, 
Luther Paine, 
Alexander Gordon, 
Afa Bacon, efq'rs. 

Hampton. 
Ebenezer Mofely, 
Philip Pearl, 
William Bennet, efq'rs. 



Kiitinghj, 
Sampfon Howe, 
Eleazer PvIofTet, 
j-aines Danielfon, 
Ezra Hutchins, efq'rs. 

. Lebanon. 
jo*m Clark, 
James Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Solomon Williams, ' 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tiiden, 
Peleg Thomas, efq'rs. 

Mansfield. ] 
Frederick Freeman, 
Jefle Williams, 
John Salter, efq'rs. 

PhuificU. 
William Dixon, 
John Douglafs, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Ephraim Wheeler, 
JolhuaDunlap, efq'rs. 

Pomfret. 
Lemuel Ingals, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, 
Sylvan us Packus, 



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Volunt$tvn% 
Allen Campbell, 
James Alexander, 
Jofeph Wylie, efq'i's. 

Woodcock. 
John IVPCiellan, 
Nehemiah Child, 
John Fox, 
Ebenezer Smith, 
Jereir.iah Morfe, efq'rs. 

Timothy Larrabee, efq. ftate attorney* 



Eben. Kingroury, efq'rs 

Sterling. 
John Gallon, 
John Wylie, efq'rs. 

Thowjin. 
Jafon Phips, 
Thomas Dykes, 
Thaddeus Learned, 
Noadiah Riaffell, efq'rs. 



Practising Attornies. 



Windham* 
Jabez Clark, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Samuel Perkins, 
John Baldwin, 
David VV. Young, efq'rs. 

Afifird. 
William Perkins, 
Hendricus Dow, 
David Bolles, efb/rs. 

Brooklyn. 
John Parifh efq. 

Canterbury. 
Elifha Paine, 
Rwfus Adams, 
Afa Bacon, jr. efq'rs. 

Sbubael Abbee, 



Lebanon. 
William T. Williams, efq. 

Mansfield. 
T- S. Williams, efq. 

Plainfield. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Jofeph Eaton, efq'rs. 

Pcmfrct. 
Sylvan us Bacchus, 
John Holebrook, efq'rs. 

Thompfon. 
George Learned, efq. 

Wsedfiock. 
Jo'n M'CIeilan, 
Philip Hay ward, efq'rs, 
Windham^ fierijf. 



Deputy fienffs 
Windham. — 

Canterbury. Elilha Gleafon, Pomfret 
ton, Lebanon. 



Henry Webb, Edward Badger, jun. 

Perkins, Jjkftrd. Walter Hough, 

Hubbard Dut- 



Hezekiah Ripley, Windham^ Coaler. 



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COUNTY of LITCHFIELD. 
COVNTY COVKT. 

Jofhua Porter, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Heman Swift, efq. | Nathan Hale, efq. 
Hon. Aaron Auftin, efq. J David Smith, efq. 

Reuben Smith, efq. Treafurer. 
Frederick Wolcott, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Courts 



JVSTICES #/ the PEACE? 

Litchfield. 
James Morris, 
Uriah Tracy, 
John Allen, 
Mofes Seymour, 
Julius Deming, 
Mark Prindle, 
Frederick Wolcott, efq'rs, 

Berkhempfted. 
Jofeph Wilder, 
Ifrael Jones, jun. 
Samuel Hayden, efq'n. 

Bethlehem. 
David Ambler, 
David Bellamy, 



David Leavett, jun. efq'rs- I JoiiahStsrr, 



Edward Rogers, efq'rs* 

Go/hen, 
Adino Hale, 
Samuel Hopkins, efq'rs. 

Harwinion. 
Daniel Catlin, 
Tames Brace, efq'rs. 
Kent. Barzillai Slawfon, 
Julius Caftle, 
Nathan Elliot, efq'rs. 

New- Hartford. 
Seth Spencer, 
Ab'rn Kellog, jr. efq'rs. 

New-M;/ferd. 
Daniel Everitt, 



Canaan. 
Charles Burrall, 
Samuel Forbes, 
Jonathan Burrall, 
EHzur Wright, efq'rs. 

Colehrook. 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Samuel Mills, efq'rs. 

Cornwall* 
John Pierce, 
Judah Kellogg, 



I Reuben Warner, jr. 
" Philo Ruggles, 
JEUjum Boftiyicfc, 

Abijah Treat, efq'rs. 

Norfolk. 
Giles Pettibone, 
Nathaniel Stephens;, 

SEleazer Hoh, efq'rs, 
Plymouth. 
J Daniel Potier, efq. 



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Roxbttry. 
Curtis Hurd, 
Phinchas Smith, efq'rs. 

Sharon. 
David Downes, 
Ifaac Pardee, 
Auguftus Taylor, 
John C. Smith, efq'rs. 

South bury, 
Juftus Jobnfoa, 
Benjamin Stiles, jr. 
Shad rack Ofborn, 
Simeon Hinman, efq'rs. 

Salisbury, 
Lot Norton, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Samuel Lee, 
John Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

Torrington. 
Shubael Grifwold, 
Eliiha imith, 

Hon. John Allen, 



William Battle, efq'rs. 

WaJhin%to?i. 
Daniel N. Brinimade, 
David Whittlefey, 
David Judfon, 
William Cogfwell, efq'rs. 

Winchejler* 
Eliphaz Alvord, 
Samuel Hurlbut, 
Solomon Rockwell, efq'rs/ 

Warren* 
Nathaniel Swift, 
John Talmadge, efq'rs. 

Watcrtouun. 
Thomas Fenn, 
Eli Curtifs, efq'rs. 
Woodbury. 

IHezekiah Thompfon, 
Nathan Prefton, 
| John Clark, 

j Noah B. Benedid, efq'rs. 
efq. flat e attorney* 



Practi 
Lztcbfieid. 
Ifaac Baldwin, jun. 
Uriel Holmes, 
James Gould, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
Elijah Adams, 
John Allen, efq'rs. 

Ciwa'in. 
Thomas Wilcox, 
Jo?m Elmer, efqrs. 

Kent. 
Barzillai Slawfon, efq. 



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sing Attornif.s. 

Norfolk. 
Edmond Akins, 
Auguftus Pettibone, efq'rs 

Ne-w-Wartfdrd. 
Roger Mi-Is, efq 

Neiv MiJford. 
Daniel Everitt, 
David S. Boreman, 
Philo Ruggles, 
Carolus Eoftwick, efq'rs. 

Plymouth, 
Linus Fenn, eiq, 
Seuihhury* 
| Benjamin Stiles, jun. 



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Simeon Hinmafi, efq'rs. 

Sharon. 
Judfon Canfield, 
John C. Smith, 
Cyrus Swan, 
Wm. G. Williams, efq'rs. 

Salisbury. 
Adonijah Strong, 
Jofeph Canfield, 2d. 
Eliftia Sterling, 
Martin Strong, efq'rs. 



wngton. 
| Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
1 William Cogfwell, efq'rs. 
Watertoivn. 
Sam. Southmayd, jr. tfy 

W inch eft er. 
Phineas Miner, 
Philemon Kircum, cfq'rs. 
i Woodbury* 

Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedict, 
William Hawley, efq'rs. 
John R. Land on, efq. per if. 

"Deputy Jherijfs. Dan Harrifon, Litchfield. Samuel 
Comftock, Ne-w-Milford. Nathaniel Robbins, Norfolk* 
Montgomery Auftin, Neiv -Hartford. Timothy Chitten- 
den, Salisbury. 

Reuben Webfter, goaler. 



COUNTY of MIDDLESEX. 

COUNTY COURT. 

John Dickinfon, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hezekiah Lane, efq. j Jonathan Lay, efq. 

Jabez Chapman, efq. j Abraham Pierfon, efq. 

Jonathan Lay, efq. Treafurer. 
John Fifk, efq* Clerk, *nd Clerk of Superior Court* 

JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



MidJletown. 
Afher Miller, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
STamuel W. Dana, 
Amos Churchill, 
Ifaac Gridlcy, 



Chauncey Whittlefey, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Matthew Tallcott, 
M. T. RufTell, efq'rs, 

Chatham. 
Bryan Parmelee, 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 



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Chav.nccy Eulkley, 
Daniel Sheperd, 
David White, 
Seth Overton, efq'rs. 

Durham. 
Simeon Parfons, 
Dan Parmetee, efq'rs. 

Et'.ft-hUdJr.m. 
Ifrael Spencer, 
Jfaac Spencer, jr. 
Rliphalet Holmes, 
Jona. O. Mofcly, 
Abner Hall, 
J a reel spencer, 
Timothy Gates, 3d, efq'rs. 

Had dam. 
Neb em i ah B mi nerd, 
Ezra Brainerd, 

Jonathan O. M< 



Edward Selden, 
Daniel Brainerd, 
Smith Clark, efq'rs. 
KilUrjg~a'0? tb. 
Job Wright, 
Martin Lord, 
William Morgan, 
jofeph Wilcox, 
Bezalcel Briftoi, efq'rs. 

Saybrock. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starkey, 
7 , homas Silliman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, 
Samuel Tally, 
John Stannard, jun. efq'rs 

fc)y 9 ftatc attorney. 



Practising Attorxies. 



Eaft-Haddaw. 
Jonathan O. Mofelr. 
jared Spencer, efq'rs. 

Killing-worth. 
Noah Lefter, efq. 



Mtddletoivn. 
Stephen T. Ho finer, 
S. W.Dana, 
Matthew T. RufTel, 
Enoch Huntington, jr. 
Alexander Collins, efq'rs. 

Enoch Parfons, efq. Jheriff. 

Deputy Jherifs. Thaddeus Nichols, Middleio-w*. 
William - >: mith, Uaddam. John N. Wadfworth, Dur- 
ham. William Gelflon, Eafi-lladdam. Danforth Clark, 
Say brook* 

Goalers* None at Mid diet onutu William Smith, 
Haddam. 



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COUNTY of TOLLAND. 

COVNTT COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, efq. Chief Judge. 

Jeremiah Pvipley, efq. I Jeremiah Weft, efq: 

Reuben Sikes, efq. ] JeHe Cady, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. Treafurer and Clerk, and 

Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Tolland. 
Samuel WhittJefey, 
J, barns, efq'rs. 

Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Oliver King, 
Jared Cone, jr. efq'rs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kingfbury, 
Benajah Strong, 
John II:Je, 
Eleazer Pomeroy, efq'r 

Ellington. 
Matthew Hyde, 
Levi Welles, efq'rs; 

llcbr<j.n. 
Elijah Kei log, 

Sylvcfter Gilbert, efq. fiaie attorney. 

Practising Attohmies; 



Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Benjamin Buell, 
Elijah Houfe, 
Joel Jones, efq'rs. 

Somers. 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Simon robes, jr. efq'rs. 

Stafford. 
John Phelps, 
Eleazer W. Phelps, efq'rs.' 

Union. 
Solomon Wales, 
Sam'l Crawford, efq'rs- 

Wzlllngton. 
Samuel Dunton, 
~ Eliftia Johnfon, efq'rs. 



Tollmd. 
Samuel Whittlefey,' 
Jonathan Barns, 
Eliiha Stearns, efq'rs. 

Hebron, 
John T. Peters, 
Leonard £, Lathrop, 



A fa Willey, efq'rs. 

Somen. 
Eliftia Wales, efq. 

Stafford. 
Calvin Willey, 
Eleazer \V. Phelps, cfq'rs. 



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Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. fierijf. 
Deputy fieri fs. William Williams, Tel/and. George 
O. ©ilbert, Hebron. Zebadiah Hurler, Stafford. 

W. Williams, goalcr. 



Courts of Probate in Connc&icut. 



Districts. 
Y\ art ford. 
Neiv- Haven. 
New- London. 
Fairfield. 
Windham* 
Liicnfi id. 
Middietoivn. 
Plain field. 
Guilford. 
IV oo ib/try. 
St dm ford. 
DanUiry. 
E aft -Hal dam. 
Norvjich. 
Pcmf-tt. 
Shi-on. 
St'ford. 
Sims bury. 
Stonin^ton. 
Farmi upon. 
Wnffingfrrd. 
Say brook 
Stratfo r l 
E-fi-H^ddam 
Wider bury. 
Norfolk. 
Nev-Milford. 
Hebron. 



Judges. 
[on a than Bull, efq. 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. 
Hon. W. Hillhoufe, 
And'w Row-lanc!,efq. 
Hon. Wm. Williams, 
Fred. Wolcett, efq. 
John Dickinfon, efq. 
James Gordon, efq. 
Edw'd Ruffe!!, efq. 
Nathan Piefton, ew r 
J. Davenport, jr. efq. 
Hon. j. P. Cook, 
Ifaac Spencer, efq. 
A. Huntington, efq 
Hon. T. Grofvenor, 
Jofnua Porter, efq. 
fohn Phelps, efq. 
ttoah P.beJps, efq. 
Charles F helps, efq. 
Hon. j. Trtadv.eJl, 
Oliver St a Hey, efq. 
HczeViab Lane, efq. 
Robert Walker, efq. 
Eliph Terry, efq 
Tofeph Hopkins, efq 
Giles Pettibone, efq 
Daniel Everit, efq. 
Samuel Gilbert, efq. 

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Clerks. 
Mr. James Wells. 
Mr. John H. Lytule. 
Lyman Law, efq. 
Sam'l Rowland, efq< 
Mr. Solo. Willi nn», 
Mr. Roger Skinner. 
Mr. John Fife. 
Mr. John Douglafsjjr-. 
Henry Kill, efq. 
N on h B . Be n e d icl :, c fq. 
Eh'rDavenpoit, efq. 
Mr. J. P. Cook . jr. 
fared Spencer, efq. 
Mr. [. Huntington. 
Lem. Grofvenor, efqr 
Mr. Milton Hawley, 
E. W. Phelps, efq. 
Mr. Noah A. Phelps. 
Mr Stiles Phelps. 
Mr. Martin Bull. 
Mr. Hun Munfoa. 
Mr Dan Lane. 
Jofeph Walker, efq. 
Mr. Henry Terry. 
Mr. Edw'd Porter. 
Mr A. Petti bone. 
Philo Ruggles. efq. 
Geo. O, Gilbert, efq 



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Attornies 

Admitted at the Ciucuit Court in Connecticut ; having 

obtained ftamped certificates. 

Pierpont Edwards, efq. Difirift AtHrnej. 



John Allen, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
fop ate ri Brce, 
J -remiah G. Brainard, 
W'H. Pitt Cleaveland, 
I) vul Daggett, 
Samuel \V. Dana, 
Theodore Dwight, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Eliziir Goodrich, 
G ; d?on Granger, 
Roger Grifwold, 
James ilillkoufe, 



Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Lyman Law, 
Ifaac Mills, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Ephraim Root, 
Matthew T. RuflelJ, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Afa Spalding, / 

Nathaniel Terry, 
Marvin Wait. 



Notaries Public* 



Hartford, 



' Enoch Perkins, 
1 Theodore Dwight. 
C Elizur Goodrich, 

New-Haven, < Dyer White, 
(_ Hart Lynde. 
- "Derby, ■— Humphrey. 

Milf >r 1. David B. Ingerfol. 

New -London, Lyman Law. 

Nor >>kb, fames Lanman. 

Stonington, Stephen Brown. 

liy. tap) William Noyes* 

Pr fton* Sarnu- 1 Mott. 

Fairfield^ L-fwis B Sturges. 

Wiodhamy S mu'el Perkins, 

Plainfleitl, Calvin God^ard, 



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Wootlilock, Jedediah Morfe; 
Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott. 
New-Milford, Daniel Everitt. 
Sharon, JohnC Smith. 
Middietown, Matthew T. RufFell. 



Minifters and Churches «> 
IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



County of 
Hartfordy 
Rev. Nathan Strong, D.D. 

Abel Flint, 

Nathan Perkins, DD. 

Vacant, E. & B. 

Berlh, John Smalley, D.D. 

B?noni Upfon, 

Plurality, E. 

Vacant. 
Briftol, Giles H Cowles, 

Jonathan Miller, 
Farm'tngton^ J of. Waftiburn , 

Rvifus Haw ley, 
Ea ft- Hartford, 

*Eliph. Williams, D.D. 1 
Andrew. Yates, j 

Salmon King, 

Chrifto. Miner, B. 
Eaft-'Windfer, r 

David M'Clure, 

Thomas Potwjne. 
Enjizldy Nehem. Proxies C 

Vac nt. 
GUjlenburj) W. Lockwood, 



Hartford. 

Tames Eells. 
Granhjy lfaac Porter, 

Whitefield Cowles, 

Vacant, £. 

Hartland, Aaron Church, 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Southijigton, 

William Robinfon, 
' Nehemiah Dodge, B* 

Plurality, E. 

Stiffieldy Ebenezer Gay, 

Daniel Waldo, 

John Hading^, B. 

Szmsbury, Samuel l tehbins, 

Jeremiah Hallock, 

Vac nt, E. 

Wethersfieldy John Marih, 

Jofhua Belden, 

Calvin Chap n. 
Windfor, ' 

Henry A. Rowland, 

William F. Miller, 

Vacant* 



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County of 
New- Haven, 
Kev. James Dana, D. D. 

Vacant, 

John Gemmil, 

Bela Hubbard, 

Noah Willeiton, 

Plurality, 
Bradford, 

Lynde Huntington, 

Matthew Noyes, 

Samuel Eells, 

Vacant, 

Vacant. 
Cbe/bzre, John Foot, 

Reuben Ives, 
"Derby, Amafa Porter, 
Rich. Mansfield, DD E 

Plurality, E. 

Abner Smith. 
E. Haven, Nicholas Street, 

Vacant, E. 

Guilferi, 

Ifrael Rrainerd, 

John Elliott, 

Thomas v\ ells Bray, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E. 



E. 



E. 



E. 



E. 



New-Haven. 
Hamden, A fa Lyman, 

Plurality, ' E. 

Milford, Beza Pineo, 

David Tuller, 

Vacant, E. 

North- Haven, 

Benj. Trumbull, D.D. 

Plurality, E. 

Oxford, David Bronfcn, 

Plurality, E. 

JVallittgford, James Noyes, 

John Wi'llard, 

Afhbel Homier, B. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E. 

lVaterb( i ry,H9War\& Weeks, 

Tillotfon Bronfon, E. 

Jabez Chad wick, 

Ira Hart, 

Plurality, 
Woodbridge, 

Vacant, 

Stephen Hawley, 

Vacant, 
IVolcott, 

If. B. Woodward, 



E. 



E. 



County of New-London. 



New-London, 
Rev. Henry Chinning, 

Charles Seabury, E- 
Bozrah, Jonathan Murdoch. 

Samuel v* eft, B. 

Golch fter, Salmon Cone, 

Robert Robbins, 



Vacant, Vacant, 

Aft Wilcox, B. 

Frankl'n, Samuel Nott, 
Grcton, Vac. Vac Vac. C. 

- ilas Burrov.s, B. 

Gano \ ightman, B. 
i hisbQn } David Hale, 



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Andrew Lee. 
Lyme, Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Jafon Lee, B. 

Vacant, C 

Montville, Vacant, 

Reuben Palmer, B- 
Nofw/cby Jofepli Strong, 

John Tyler, E. 

Walter King. 
Prejion, Lemuel Tyler, 

County of 
Fairfield, 
Rev. Andrew Elliott, 

Hezekiah Ripley, 

Vacant, 

Philo Shelton, E. 

Stephen Rovce, B. 
Brookfitid, Eraftus Ripley, 

Plurality, E. 

Danbury, Vacant, 

John Ely, 

Vacant, E. 

Eben. White, Sandi. 

■ • ■ « Bronfon, B. 

Greenwich, Vacant, 

Ifaac Lewis, D. D. 

Plurality E. 

Huntington, David Ely, 

EHiha Rexford, 

Ambrofe Todd, E. 
New- Canaan, 

Juftus Mitchell, 

Plurality E. 

N.Fairfie/d,Mcdad Rogers, 

Maltby Gelfton. 



Levi Hart, D.Di 

Vacant, 

Paul Park, C, 

Stoning ton, 

Hez. N. Woodruff, 

Vacant, 

Chriftopher Avery, C. 

Nicholas Randall, B. 

Simeon Brown, B. 

Vacant, B. 

Wderford, 

Zadock Darrow, B. 

Fairfield. 

Norivalk, Matthias Burnet, 

John J. Carle, 

Vacant, E. 

Reading, Nath'l Bartlett, 

David Butler, E. 

Ridgfield, Sam'l Goodrich, 

Samuel Camp, 

Vacant, B» 

Plurality* 
Stamford, Daniel Smith, 

Piatt BuiTett, 

Amzi Lewis, 

Calvin White, E. 

Ebenezer Ferris, B« 
Stratford, 

Stephen W. Stebbins, 

Aflibel Baldwin, E. 

Samuel Blatchford. 
Trumbull, Vacant, 

Plurality, E. 

Wefon, Jam.es Johnfon, 

John Noyes, 

Plurality, E» 



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County ©f 
Windham, 
Rev. Elijah Waterman, 

James Cogfwell, D D. 

John Palmer, C 

Benjamin Lathrop, B. 

Vacant, E. 

rfjhford, Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Judfon, 

William Graves, 

John Rathbun, B. 

Vacant, B. 

Brooklyn* Jofiah Whitney, 

Plurality, E. 

Canterbury, Vacant, 

John Staples. 
"Hampton \ LudovicusWeld, 

Abel Palmer, B. 

Killingly, EHiha Atkins, 

Ifrael Day, C. 



Windham. 

Peter Rogers, B. 

Lebanon , Zebu Ion Ely, 

William B. Ripley, 

Thomas Brockway, 

John Gurley, 

Vacant, B. 

Mansfield, John Sherman, 

Mofes C. Welch. 
^Jainfuld, Joel Benedict, 

: Cole, B. 

Pomfrct, Aaron Putnam, 

Walter Lyon, 

Daniel Fogg, E. 

Thompfoii* Daniel Dow, 

Pierfon Crofby, B. 
Voluniown, Vacant. 
Woodfiock, EHph Lyman, 

William Graves, 

Amos Wells, B. 



County of 
Litchfield, 
Rev. Judah Champion, ? 

Dan Huntington, 5 
« Amos Chafe, 

Jofeph E. Camp, 

Truman Marfh, E. 

Vacant. 
Bethlehem, Azel Backus, 
Bcrkhemftead, Ozias Eells, 

Vacant. 
Colebrook, Chauncy Lee. 
Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 

Solomon Morgan, 

Vacant, E. 

Gfirmv*ll } Hercules Wefton, 



Litchfield. 

Ifrael Holly. 
Go/hen. Afahel Hooker. 
Haruiinton, 

Jofhua Williams, 

Alex'r V. Grifwold. 
Kent, Joel Bordwell. 
New-Mi If or d, 

Stanley Grifwold, 

Vacant. E. 

New- Har tford. 

Vacant, 
Norfolk, AramiR. Robbin s, 

Vacant, E. 

/^•z^af^Siinon Waterman, 



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Plurality, 

Plurality, E. 

Koxbury, Zephaniah Swift, 

Plurality, 

Vacant, E. 

Sharon, Cotton M. Smith. 
Salisbury, 

Jofeph W. Crofsman, 

Vacant, E. 

Southbury, Benj. Wildman, 

Matthias Cofier. 
Torrington, Alex'r Gillett, 

Samuel J. Mills. 



Wajking ton, Je re m i ah D ay, 

Ebcnezer Porter, 

Plurality, 

Plurality, E. 

Warren, Peter Starr. 
Watcrtouon, Uriel Gridley, 

Chauncy Prindle, E, 
Woodbury, Noah Benedict, 

Vacant, E. 

Plurality. 
Winchefter, 

Archibald BaiTett, 

Vacant. 



County of 
Middle town. 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 

Jofeph Warren, E. 

Gerfhom Bulkley, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

Vacant, 

Jofeph Graves, C. 
Chatham, Cyprian Strong 

David Selden, 

Joel Weft, 

Vacant, B 

Manoah S. Miles, E 
^Durham, David Smith, 
E.Haddatn, Elijah Parions, 



Middlefex. 

William Lyman, 

Jofeph Vail, 

Simeon Dickinfon, B. 

Solp. Blakeflee, E. 

Plurality. 
Hadd t >m, Eleazer May. 
Killing-worth, 

Achilles Mansfield, 

Vacant. 
Saybrook, F. W. Hotchkifs, 

Richard Ely, 

John Devotion, 

Samuel Mills, 

Vacant, E. 

Vacant, B. 



County of Tolland. 



To /land, 
Rev. NathanWillianiSjD.D. 
Motion, George Colton, 
Ebenezer Kellog. 



Coventry, Abiel Abbott, 
Ephraim T. Woodruff, 
Royal Tyler. 



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Ellingtdn, 

Diodate Brockway, 

Plurality, E. 

Jlchron, Amos BaiTett, 

M. Giltet, 

Eran Rogers, E. 

&?^/\r,CharlesBaekus ) D.D. 



Stafford, John Willard, 

Ifaac Fofter, 

Vacant. 
Vnion^ Vacant. 
Willington, Abifhai Alden, 

David Lillybridge, B. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 



Che 
Bt 

£. 
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NEW-HAVEN. 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Henry Dagget, efq. j Simeon Baldwin, efq. 

Jofcpb Darling, efq. | Ifaac Mills, efq. 

John Skinner, City Clerk. 
Nathan Beer?, efq. Treafurer. 
John 31. Throop, ? n .rr 
Hezekiah Clark, 5 

Common Council "Men. 
Me IT. Ifaac Beers, Elias Shipmaw, James Hillhoufe, j 
David Daggett, Hezekiah Hotchkifs, Thaddeus Beecher % 
Stephen Ailing, Noah Webfter, Elizur Goodrich, Na- 
than Smith. 

(Annual Meeting, the firft Tuefday in June.) 

NSW- LONDON. 

Hon. Richard Law, efq. Mayor. 

Aid err?: en. 

Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. j Samuel Wheat, efq. 

Guy Richards', efq. | Simon Wolcott, cfq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 

Samuel Belnen, City Clerk. 

William 'Richards, ? n .«< 
in tt a j r mentis. 
Jclhua Hempiiead, 3 



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Common Council Men. 
MefT. George Colfax, Eliflia Hinman, Robert Ally* 
Jared Starr, John Woodward, John Arnold. . 

(Annual Meeting the fecood Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD* 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Samuel Wyllys, efq. I John Morgan, efq. 

John Trumbull, efq. ) Jofeph Hart, efq. 

Solomon Porter, efq. Clerk. 

Samuel Lawrence, efq. Treafurer. 

Simon Clark, ? ft . ff 

Romantha Norton, 5 inerms - 

Common Council Mejt. 
MefT. Jeremiah Wadfworth, Johu Caldwell, Chauncey 
Goodrich, Ephraim Root, George Goodwin, William 
Moftly, Enoch Perkins, Ifaac Bull, Miles Beach, James 
Bull, Samuel Bcckwith, Edward Danforth. 

(Annual Meeting laft Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. After Miller, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Elijah Hubbard, efq. J Jehoihaphat Starr, efq; 

Lemuel Storrs, efq. [ Enoch Farfons ? efq. 

johnFiik Clerk. 

Common Council Men, 
Ebenezer Sage, Lamhertcn Cooper, Robert Warner, 
William Hsnderfun, William Starr, Giles Meigs, Tho- 
mas Goodwin, William Vandeurfen. 

(Annual meeting the third Monday in March.) 
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NORWICH. 
Eliiha Hyde, efq. Miyor. 

Aldermen, 
Thomas Fanning, efq. I Simeon Thomas, efq. 

John Turner, efq. [Jacob De Witt, efq. 

Charles Lathrop, City Clerk. 
Benjamin Tracy,? ft . ff 
S.^Breed, J merms. 

Common Council Men. 
Meflf. Daniel L. Coit, Benjamin Snow, Nathaniel 
Sbipman, Uriah Tracy, Luther Spalding, Jefle Breed. 
(Annual Meeting, the third Monday in April.) 

COLLEGES, &c, 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. Prefident. 

Jeremiah Day, Profejfor of Mathematics and Ntturtf 

Pbilofophy. 
Rev. Henry Davis, Profefjbr of Divinity. 
Ebenezer Grant Marfh, Profejfor of the Hebrew Language* 
Elizur Goodrich, Profejfor of Law, 

FALLOWS. 
Timothy Pitkin, I Hezekiah Ripley, 

Enoch Huntington, *| Levi Hart, D. D, 

Joiiah Whitney, J James Dana, D. D. 

David Ely, j Rev. John Marfh, 

Nathan Williams, D. D. | Rev. N©ah Benedift. 

The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and fix fenior 
Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, comi- 
tate the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 

Henry Davis, fenior Tutor and Lt branny > 
Ebenezer Grant Marfli, 
Benjamin Silliman, 



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Bancroft Fowler, 
James L. Kingfley, 

Hon. James Hillhoufe, Treafuref, 

Mr. Nathan Beers, Steward. 

Mr. Shubael Bartlett, Butler. 

Commencement, fecond Wedefdayin September. 

Vacations : From Commencement fix weeks ; and irdm 
the fecond W^dnefday in January, three weeks ; and 
the Wcdnefday before the fecond Thurfday in May, three 
weeks. 

At th e Commencement of i8ei, the degree of Bachelor of 
Arts was conferred on 

Stedman Adams, Ralfa C. Auftin, Rofwell Bailey, 
Samuels. Baldwin, Ifaac Baldwin, Henry Bates, Them- 
as K. Brace, Eraftus F. Brown, Elijah Clark, Noyes 
Darling, jofiah W. Dunfcomb, Henry D wight, Martin. 
EiJfworth, George Fitch, Aftihel Hathaway, Alcis E. 
Heart, Peter Hitchcock, George Hoadley, Samuel Hol- 
brook, William Law, Henry Lord, Ruffe! Minor, M-it- 
thew Minor, Henry W. Michols, 7 homas I Oakley, 
John VV. Perk, Royal Phelps, Frederick Scoiield, Aza- 
riaii Scofield, Jared Scofield, Stephen Sadgv ick, Henry 
Stanley, Trueman Starr, James Stedman, Zalmon Storrc, 
Jofeph Trumbull, William Van Deurfcn, John Wales, 
Jofeph Wood. 

The degree of Mafier of Arts "was conferred on 

H«nry Bacot, Amos Baldwin, Enos Bronfon, Jam? 3 
Burnet, Claudius HerriGk, Ebenezer Learned, Daniel 
Parker, David B. Wilcoxfon, Seth P. Staples, Phillip D. 
Kettletar, William Graves, Abraham Nott, alumni of 
this College, 

The honorary degree of Mailer of Arts was conferred 
on Samuel Miller, eiq. of Middlebury, Vermont; Rev. 
Amos G. Thompfon, of Montville ; Uev. Jonathan 
Pomeroy, of Worthington, MaiTachufetts J Rev. Jona- 
than Baitlett, PveadiBg. 



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Coime&icut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. Prefident. 
His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Vice-Prefident. 
COUNSELLORS. 
Hon John Tread well, 
Hon. Chauncey Goodrich,* 
Rev. James Dana, D. D. 
Eneas Munfon, M. D. 
Rev. Bela Hubbard. 
Stephen Twining, efq. Recording Secretary. 
David Daggett, ~} 

John C. Smith, >Correfponding Secretaries. 

Enoch Perkins, efq'rs. j) 

j£lizur Goodrich, efq. Librarian and Keeper ofthcCabinet* 
Rev. Dr. Dwightj ■ ") 

!EIizur Goodrich, Efq. V Committee of "Publications. 
Mr. Jared Mansfield, -) 
Ifa3.c Beers, efq. Treasurer. 

Hon. [ohn C- Smith, efq. ? Orators for next Anni- 
Mr. Ebenezer Grant Marih, $ -verfary. 

Election of Officers 4th Tuefday of October annually. 

Harvard Univerfity, in Cambridge. 

Rev. Joseph Wellard, D. D. and L. L. D. Prefident. 

Commznccment^ the third Wednefday in July. 
Vacations ; From the Commencement, four weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in Oclober two weeks. 
From the full Vednefday in January, five weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks. 

Rhode-Ifland College, at Providence. 

Hon. Jaeez Bowen, efq. Chancellor. 
Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, Prefidentc 



/ / 
Comi;?ci:cemcnt, tV.e iift Wednefday in September. 
Vacations ; from the Commencement four weeks* 
From the firft Wednefday in January, fix week:. 
From the fnft Wednefday in May, three wetks. 

At the Commencement of lSoj, the degree of Bach dor 
of Arts -wns conferred on, 
George Barilow, Lemuel Bifhop, William BJaj 
Lucius holies, Enoch lii own, jofeph Cheney. Samite] 
Dexter, Ezra Leonard, James LefleyV Saniuel V. Mei- 
bury, Mofes Noyes, Jonathan Nye. George \V. Perkins^ 
Andrew Vickens, Robert Sterry, Gad Tower, Philo H< 
Wafliburn, Alfred Williams, J. Mafon Wiiiica.;:. 

Dartmouth Co-Ile^e. in Ncw-IJsnipfhire. 

John W-H£Ei.0CS, L. L. D- Preik'ent. 

Commencement y the fourth Wednefday in Auguft. 

Vacations : From Commencement four and an half 
weeks From the firft Monday in January, eight and 
an half weeks. 

At the {ZipmenCflmefti &f iSoi, the degree of Bachelor ef 
Arts ivas cotferrd pn 
AlpWus Baker, (nines Kervey fe|ngbam\, T.cmue* 
BHO, Daniel Campbell, !ohn Dutton, V* jjljafn Farrar, 
Abij'ih ^ eld Fuller, Charles Gilbert, Eiifha Hotcbkifs, 
Abrsei Howe, Ebenezer Jones, David jewett, Jofeph 
Rimb.dJ Sanford Kinpjbury, Aaron Lov eland, Simeon 
Lyman, Thomas Abhej Merrill, Jofiah Noifc ? Jkg*es 
Ih'e, Daniel Parker, Nathame! hbattock, EUhu Smith* 
WiHiani Coit Smith, AfaheJ Ston^, Matthew TaviflT, 
Caleb iev ttt 7Vnney. S :mmcl Upham, Daniel W.ebiiGI, 
and Jabcz Bradford Whit jksr. 

Williarnftown O -ll^e. Maffachu-fctts, 

Ilev. Eef.nt.zer Fjtck. D. D Prefident. 

Stephen Weil, D. D. Vice- Prefident, 

G 2 



78 

Commencement, the firft Wednefday in September. 

Vacations : From Commencement, five weeks. From 
the third Wednefday in January, three weeks* From 
firft Wednefday in May, three weeks* 



Chefhire Epifcopal Academy, Conn. 

Rev. John Bowden, D. D. Principal. 
Rev. Reuben Ives, Affiftant. 

Right Rev. Abram Jarvis, DD. Bifliop of theProteft- 
ant Epifcopal Church in Connecticut, refiding in Chefhire. 



Town Clerks and Treafurers 
IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT* 



T&ivns Names 
Afford, 
Bolton, 
Bradford, 
Briflol, 
Berlin, 
Bozrah, 
Brookfieli 7 
Bethlem, 
Berkhemfted, 
Brooklyn, 
Coventry, 
Canter bury, 
Canaan, 
Chatham, 
Cornwall) 
Colebrook, 
Colchrfter, 
£hejhire, • 
Durham^ 
Danbury, 



Town Clerks* 
Jofias Byles, 
Saul Alvord, 
Samuel Gould, 
Enos Ives, 
Sylvester Wells, 
Eliph. Huntington, 
Daniel B. Cooke, 
Titus Hall, 
Ifrael Jones, 
Vine Robinfon, 
John Hale, 
Gideon Wells, 
Benajah Douglafs, 
Daniel Shepherd, 
JudahKello-* 
Elijah RockwuJ, 
Joan Watrous, 
Rufus Hitchcock, 
Simeon Parfons, 
Eli Mygatt, 



Town Treafurers ■ 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Jacob Bartholomew. 
Selah Hart. 

do. 
Wait Northrup. 
Nehemiah Lambert, 
Jofeph Wilder. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
James Clark. 



Towns Names, 

Derby , 

Eaft-Haddam, 

Eaft-Windfor, 

Enfield, 

K aft- Hartford. 

Ellington, 

Eaft- Haven, 

Fairfield, 

Farmington, 

Franklin , 

G> eeniuicb, 

Grot on, 

Glaftenbury, 

Guilftrd, 

Go/ben, 

Granby, 

Hartford, 

Hebron, 

Haddam, 

Harwington, 

Hartland, 

Hamden, 

Hampton, 

Huntington, 

Kt I ling ly, 

KillingwQrtb, 

Kent, 

Lebanon, 

Litchfield, 

Lyme, 

Lisbon, 

Milford, 

Mi J diet own, 

Mansfield, 

Montville, 

Heiu- Haven, 

Ntrth~Havcn } 



Town Clerks. 
John Humphrey, 
Timothy Gates, 3d. 
Aaron BiiTell, 
Eliphalet Terry, 
Jonathan Stanley, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Samuel Rowland, 
John IVftx, 
Eli Hyde, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Amos Gere, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Jonathan Fowler, 
Adino Hale, 
Judah Holcomb, jr. 
Samuel Wyllys, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Daniel Catlin, 
Prince Taylor, ad. 
Simeon Briftol, 
Eb^nezer Mofely, 
Elifha Mills, 
Sampfon Howe, 
Abraham Pierfon, 
Julius Cafwell, 
EJkanah Tifdale, 
Mofes Seymour, 
David F. Sill, 
Jedediah Burnham, 
Gideon Buckingham, 
John Fifk, 
Conft. Southworth 
David H Je\vett, 
Samuel Bifhop, 
Jofeph Pierpont, 



Town Trenfurers* 
Nathan Buckingham* 
do. 

John Reynolds, 
Elihu Olmfted. 
Levi Wells, jr. 

do. 
Elijah Abel. 
Noadiah Hooker. 

do. 

Ebenez«r Plummet 

do. 

Andrew Kingsbury* 
Roger Fuller. 

do.. 

do. 
Titus Haze. 

do. 

do. 
Ezra Curtifs. 
John Hall. 

do. 
Reub;n Smith, 
do. 
do. 

Elijah Hubbard. 

do. 
Atwdl Chapel, 
hi, than Beers, 



TwvJ Waives. 
New-Milford, 
New- Hartford 
New- Loudon, 
Norwich^ 
Norwalk, 
New- Canaan, 
New* Fairfield, 
Newt own y 
Norfolk, 
Oxford, 
Plainfield, 
Prefton 9 
Pomfret, 
Ply mouthy 
^Reading, 
, Ridg field, 
Roxbury, 
Stonington, 
Sims bury y 
Suffield, 
Salisbury, 
Stratford, 
Stuford, 
Saybr : ok, 
Starnfordy 
Sharon, 
Vomers, 
Sauthington, 
Scuthbury, 
Sterling, 
Tel land, 
Trumbull, 
Torrington, 
Th mpfotty 

To hint own, 
Wctbersfeld) 



Town Clerks. 
Elifha F.ottwick, 
"ofeph Loom is, 
Samuel Belden, 
Phillip Huntington, 
Samuel Grummond ; 
Samuel St John, 
,Peter Penfield, 
Caleb P,aldwin, 
Afahel Humphrey, 
Hofea Dutton, 
William Robinfon, 
Darnel Morgan, jr. 
Samuel Waldo, 
Jofeph A. Wright, 
Lemuel Sanford, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Elihu Canfield, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Noah A Phelps, 
Alex mder King, 
Afi Hutchinfon, 
Robert v\ a^ker, 
Samuel B'odget, 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
John Hoyt, y. 
Samuel Canfield, 
jfabez Collins, 
John Curtifs, 
Increafe Moielv, 
A fa Montgomery, 
Lenoni Shepherd, 
E'linkfto TV. -ach, 
E>liflia .-"initii, 4 
K tthaniivl lyijllSj 
Robert La"* for], 
James Alexander, 
SaxnueJ W- William? 



j own i reafurerj. 
Abel Hine. 
Elias Kellogg. 
Guy Richards. 
Andrew Huntington, 
do. 

do. 

Gideon Botsford* 
do. 

Ebenezer Eaton, 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Mat ban Smith. 

do. 
John Deri ion. 
Dudley Pettibone. 

Sjmue] Moore, 
do. 

Jonathan Lay. 
do. 

Silas St. }o\n, 
Noah Peafe. 

Aaron Hinman. 

do, 

do. 
S. Middlebrock. 

<\o. 

do. 

Ebenezer Campbell. 
Appleton Robbms. 



Towns Names, Town Clerks. Ttwn Treafttrers. 

Windham, Jflczekiah Ripley, do. 

Waterbur^ John Kingsbury, Phinehas Porter. 

Wallingford, Eliflia Whittlefey, jr. . 

Wind/or, Henry Allen, Daniel Gillet. 

Wood/lock, JedecUah Morfe, do. 

WUlingUnj Elijah Holt, 

Wo$dburj, Nathan Prefton, Matthew Miner. 

W(tfl)ington % Daniel N. Brinfmade, Samuel Lcavitt. 

WaterUivn y Eli Curtifs, Aner Bradley. 

V/incbeftcr, Eliphaz Alvord, Robert M'Ewens. 

Woodbridge, Andrew Osborne, do. 

Warren^ John Tallmadge, do. 

Wefton y Nathan Wheeler, do. 

Wolcott, Ifaac Brunfon, ^o. 

Waterford, Stephen Maynard, Caleb Raymond, 



SOCIETIES. 



Cincinnati. 



UNITED STATES. 



Maj. Gen. Hamilton, Prefident General. 

Maj. Gen. Charles C. Pinckney, Vice-Prefident General. 

Maj. Jackfon, Secretary General. 

Gen. Macpherfon, Treafurer General. 



CONNECTICUT. 
Gen. David Smith, Prefident. 
Gen. Jofeph Walker, Vice Prefident. 
Col. John Mix, Secretary. 
Nathan Beers, Treafurer. 
Col. Timothy Taylor, Affiftant Secretary. 
Col, Solomon Co\vles, Afliftant Treafurer. 



Delegates chfen to attend the General Meeting of the Socie- 
ty at the City of W*Jlnngton in May next. 

Gen. David Smith, 
Col. Benjamin Talmadge, 
Gen. Ebenezer Huntington, 
Gen. Jofeph Walker, 
Col. Timothy Taylor. 

Committees appointed in the fevcral Counties to ii>hom ap- 
plications are to be made for charitable relief. 

Hartford, Col. John Mix, Col. Ezekiel P. Belden. 
New-Haven, Nathan Beers, Stephen Ailing, efq'rs. 
New-London, Gen. E< Huntington, Col. David F. Sill. 
^Fairfield, Col. Timothy Taylor, C?.pt Z HubbelJ. 
"Windham, Col. Thos Grofvenor, Gen. Moles Cleveland. 
Litchfield, Gen. David Smith, Col E Kirby. 
Middlefex, Gen. Jofeph Wilcox, Elijah Hubbard, efq, 
ToMand, Gun. Chapman, Major Porter Walbridge. 



RHODE-ISLAND. 

Col. Jeremiah Olney Prefident. 

Col. Archibald Crary, Vice Prefident. 

Col. Robert Rogers, Secretary. 

Col. Ephraim Bowen, Treafurer. 

The fociety at their late anniverfary meeting, admit- 
ted, by unanimous vote, John Innes Clark, Benjamin 
Bourn, Francis Ma-bone, Ray Green, Chriftopher Grant 
Champlin, and Thomas P. Ives, enquires, as honorary 
members. 

Col. Jeremiah Oiney, Col. Archibald Crary, Col. E. 
Ephraim Bowen, Gen. William Alleit, and Chriftopher 
G. Champlin, efq. were appointed Delegates to the next 
triennial meeting of the General Society of the Cincinna- 
ti, 



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Society of Free Mafons. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Conne&icuc, 

A. L. 5801. 

Moft Worfliipful Stephen T. Hofn.er, Grand Matter. 

Right Worfhipful David Daggett, D. G. M. 

Worfliipful Ebenezer Huntington, S. G. VV. 

Weifhipful Samuel Ballainy, J. G. W. 

Henry Champion, G. T. 

John Mix, G. S. 

David Baldwin, S. G. D. 

Samuel Whittlefey, J. G. D. 

Mofes Cleveland, G. Marfhall. 

Right Rev. Abram Jarvis, D. D. Grand Chaplain. 

Officers of Deputy Grand Chapter. 

William Judd, D. G. H. P. 
Samuel Bellamy, D. G. K. 

John Mix, D. G. S. 

Peter Johnfon, D. G. T. 

Rev. John Tyler, D. G. Chaplain. 

Chapters of Royal Arch Mafons, 
IN CONNECTICUT. 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Walhington Chapter, Middletown. 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchefter. 
Franklin Chapter, New Havea. 
Union Chapter, New-London. 



Mailers' Lodges, in Connefticut. 

£Jo. 1. Hiram, Nsw -Haven. 1 4. St. John's, Hartford. 

2. St. John's, Middletown. I 5- Union, Greenwich. 

3. St. John's, Newfield. | 6, St. John's, Norwalk. 



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7- K.Soiomon's,Waodbury|27. 

8. St. John's, Stratford. 28. 

9. Compafs, Walh-ngford. I29. 

10. Woofter, Colehefter. 30. 

11. St. Paul's, Litchfield. 31. 

12. King Hiram, Derby. 32. 

13. Montgemery, Salifbury. 3|. 

14. Frederick, Farmington. 34. 

15. Moriah, Canterbury. 35. 

16. Temple, Chefbire. 36. 

17. Federal, Watertown. 37, 

18. Hiram, Newtown. 38, 

19. Waftiington, Huntington 39, 

20. Harmony, Berlin. 40 

21. St. Peter's, N.Milibrd. 41 
2a. Hart's, Woodbridge. 42, 
23. St. James's, Prefton. 43 
24- Uriel,Tolland. 44 

25. Columbia, Stepney. 45 

26. Do. Eaft-Haddam. 46 



Rifing Sun, Washington. 
Morn. Star, E.Windfor. 
Village, Weft Simsbury. 
Day Spring, Hamden. 

Union, New-London. 

Meridian Sun, Warren. 
Friendfliip,Southington. 

Somerfet, Norwich. 
Aurora, Harwington. 

St. Mark's, Granby. 

Weftern Star, Norfolk. 

St. Alban's, Guilford. 

Ark, Wefron. 

Union, Danbury. 

Federal, Brookfield. 

Harmony, Waterbury. 
, Trinity, Killingwortb. 
EafternStar,Leb.&Win. 

Pythagoras, Lyme. 

Putnam, Pomfret. 



Medical Convention. 

Proceedings of the Medical Convention, of Connecticut, 

holdenatNew-Hwen, on the 14th of October, 1801. 

Officers for the enfuing year, 

James Potter, Prefident. 

Thomas Mofeley, Vice* Prefident. 

William Shelton, Secretary. 

William B. Hall, Treafurer. 

The following Gentlemen -were appointed a Committee of 
examination in their reftecJive Counties, 

Solomon Everts, John Better, Eliakim Filh, for the 
County of Hartford. 

Abraham Tomlinfon, Elijah Munfon, Obadiah Hotch- 
kifs, for the County of New-Haven, 



»5 

John Turner, John O. Miner, Avery Downer, for t«e 
County of New-London. 

Gideon Sheppard, Jofeph Trowbridge, Bennct Perry, 
for tbe County of Fairfield. 

Leonard Baker, Roger Waldo, Thaddens Clark, for 
the County of Windham. 

JeiTe Carrington, Samuel Woodward, Anthony Burrit, 
for the County of Litchfield. 

Richard Ely, Smith Clark, Ifaac S:r.ith, for the Coun- 
ty of Middlefex. 

Samuel Willard, Nathan Howard, Jeremiah Weft, for 
the County of Tolland. 

Kefolved, That when any new Clerks be chofen in any 
of the Counties, his predecefTor is directed to deliver 
over all the records and papers appertaining to the ofncr, 
retaining copies of the fame if he thinks proper ; Pro- 
vided always, that the former Clerk mall have accefs t» 
the records {o delivered over, to take atrefted copies 
thereof, if he requefts them. 

Voted, That the Fellows be ft committee of abatement 
of taxes in their refpective Counties. 

Voted, That a tax of one Dollar, be laid on each mem- 
ber of the Medical Society. 

Voted, That William B. Hall, Jared Potter, and Wil- 
liam Shelton, be a committer to revife the bye laws of 
the Society, and report to the ne*t Convention. 

Voted, That the following be r-nze que® ions : 

ift, Scirrhus, its caufes, fy mptoms, ami modes ofiiTue; 
what is the befl method of treatment in its recent Hate ; 
how treated if it become cancerous ? Premium, Par- 
kinfon's voyage to the South Seas. 

2d, Chronic Rheumatifm, what, howdiftinguiflied from 
the initammatory Rheumatifm, aifo how cMftinguiihed 
from the gout ; its caufes, fymptoms, and heft method 
of cure } . Premium, Dr. Fcthergiirs works. 

3d, Mercury, its nature, what preparations of it are 
be-il, in what dife&fes, and how to beadminiftered ? 

Voted, That the Convention be adJoHirited to the city 
H 



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of Hartford, at the houfe «f John lUpley, o« the firft 
Wedaefday after the fecond Thurfday in Mayn«t. 
^ c * William Shelton, Secretary* 

Officers of the Miffionary Society. 

Hon. John Treadwell, Chairman. 

Rev. Abel Flint, Secretary. 

Andrew Kingfbury, efq. Treafurer. 

Jonathan Brace and John Porter, Auditors of Accounts, 

BANK %i 

HARTFORD BANK. 
John Caldwell, efq. President. 



Norman Knox, Calhier. 
Directors. 
Meffrs. John Caldwell 
John Morgan, 
EphrairnRoot, 
George 
E^ekiel 



Morgan, I 

raim Root, I 

rge Goodwin, I 

kiel Williams, jr. ■ I 



Thomas Bull, 
WUHani Mofely, 
Jpfeph P. Cook, 
Benjamin Bigelow. 



VNlQNBANK y NEW-LONDON. 

lefediah Huntington, efq* PrdMept 

Robert Hallam, Calmer. 

Directors 



Meff-Jedediah Huntington, 
George Hallam, 
James Tilley, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
William Richards, 
Cfharles Buljseley, 



Tofeph Howland, 
Samuel Weodbridge? 
Bela Peck, 
Daniel Lathrop, 
Uriah Tracy, 
Jofeph Perkins. 



8 7 

NEW-HAVZN BANK. 

Ifaac "Beers, efq. Prefident. 

WilliaJM Lyon, Cafhier. 

Direftors. 



Mefirs. Ifaac Beers, 
Jofeph Drake, 
Thaddeus Beccher, 
Abraham Bradley, 
John Nicoll, 



Eneas Munfon, jr. 
Stephen Ailing, 
Elijah Thompfon, 
Ebenezer Huggins. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, efq. Prefident. 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cafhier. 

Dzrefiors. 



MefTrs. Eben. Huntington, 
Thomas Fanning, 
lofhua Huntington, 
Elias Bro-vn, 
Thomas Lathrop, 
Benjamin Snow, 



Levi Huntington, 
Roger BulkW, 
Simeon Breed, 
lohn Fanning, 
Sylvc iter Bill, 
jofeph Carew. 



MIDDLE! OWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, efq. Prefident. 

Timothy Sonthmayd, Ckfoier. 

Dira'fors. 



MeiTis. Elijah Hubbard, 
Cbaimcey Whirtlefey, 
Nehemiah Hubbard, jr. 
Samuel Watkinfon, 
Benjamin Williams, 



Ehcnezw Sag.e, 
George Balkan, 
jofeph Hart, 
Elias Shipmam 



WASHINGTON BANK, WESTERLY, R, L 

Thomas Moves, Prefident. 

Arnold Clark, Cafhier. 

DircflQrs. 

Meffrs. Thomas ftoyes, I Benjamin Butler, 

Elifha Denifon, Ifaac WUliams, 2d, 



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Daniel Lee, 
William Rhodes, 
Wm. Williams, jun. 

Coddington Billings, 
Jofeph Potter, 
James Rhodes, 

vn xnram;: 



Roufe 'Babcock, 
Jared Thwrfton, 
Walter White, 
Edward Wilcox, 
James Sheffield* 



Militia of Connefticut. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efquire, Captain 

General and Commander in Chief. 

Hoa. John Treadwell, Efquire, Lieutenant General. 

Eb^n' 3 zer Huntington, efq. Adjutant General. 

John Max, efq. Quarter- fclailer- General. 

Col. jabs a Huntingtoiij ? £$& de Camp to the cent* 

Col. Darnel Wadfworth, $ mandsr in chief* 

.Firft Divifion, 

Confiding of the ill and 7th Brigades* 
Elijah Chapman, jr. efq. Major- General. 

_ ^Z? c 'lids de Camp* 

Firft Brigade. 

Shubael Grifv/old, Brigadier General. 
Jofeph Utley, Brigade-Major. 
I ft Reg:ment. job Allyn, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Simon Clarke/ I ft Major. Timothy Burr , Zd Major. 
Robert Center, Adjutant. Henry A. Rowland, Chap- 
lain. Cyxuz Phelps, Quarter- Matter. John Seargeant, 
Pay- Matter. D. Morgan, Surgeon. . .. .,■ ■■,— Bailey 7 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
John Rufs, Capt. Henry Hall, X ft Lieut. 2d Lkja- 
tenancy Vajcant, 



»9 

Captains. Lieutenants, EnfignSi 

Stephen Collins, Wm. Wadftvorth, John v\ adfwortk. 
EViakim MarfhaH, George Warner, 
Elijah Terry, Samuel Camp, Alfred janes. 
Moies Wing, Rofwell Miller, 

Allyn Seymour, Jofeph Whiting, Gurdon S.W hitirg. 
Elihu Marfhall, Benjamin Moore, Benj. Grifwold. 
Hczekiah Parfons, Ira Clark, Timothy W toiler. 

George Latimer, Sam'l Stoughton, Oliver Hall. 
Afhbel Spencer, Moles Burr, Jona. Danforth. 

18th Rcgt. Chauncy Pettibone, Lt. Col. Commandant. 

Azariah Wilcox, i ft Major. Noah A.Phelps, 2d Major. 

Jonathan Pettibone, Adjutant. Ifaac Porter, Chap- 
lain. James Humphreys, Quarter- Matter. William 
Bradley, Pay- Matter. Horace Hillyer, Surgeon. Jofjah 
Topping, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenant*. Enjtgns. 

Aaron Cafe, Wait Latimer, jr. Jona. Pettibone, jr. 

Elijah Gilkt, Oziaa Pettibone, Calvin Holcomb. 

Ariel Cafe, Calvin Barber, Shubael Holkins. 

Rofwell Phelps, Eraftus Bates, Ezekiel Phelps. 
Dan Cafe, Jofeph Dyer, A. P. Humphrey, 

David MeiTenger, Joa]5 Griffin, Ifrael MefEnger. 

William Wilcox, Daniel Mofes, Rofwell Spencer. 
S-muel Clark, Jofeph Grifwold, Hez. Holcomb, jr, 
EliOia Grifwold, jr. Jofeph Pettibone, Matthew Adams. 
Sim. M.Cufnman, James L. Dyer, Elijah Holcomfc* 
Amafa Reed, Aaron Pott, Levi Hays. 

19th Regiment. Eleazer Paine, Lt. Col. Commandant; 

John Phillips, lit Msjor. Jaied Cone, 2d IVjtajor. 

Charies Jenk?, Adjutant. David M'Clure, Chap- 
lain. JaCob Sti -ong r 'Ouarter.-Mzfler. Elijah F. Reed* 
Surgeon. Allen Hyde ^Surgeon's Mate. 
Matrcfs Co.mp any . 

Samuel Pitkin, Captain. Thacdeus Pitkin, iilLiev.t. 
JohnS;:ge, 26 Lieut. Mofes Hill, 3d Lieut, 

II 2 



Captains* 
Abiel Wolcotr, 
John Watfon, jf. 
John Pitkin, jr. 
John Ofbern, 

Ezra Braynard, 
Samuel Chapman, 
John Olcott, 
Oliver Hunt, 
Walter Goodale, 
Job Ellftvortb, 
Jofeph Benton, jr. 



90 

Lieutenants. 
Aaron BifTell, 
WyllysRuflelJ, 
Timothy Forbes, 
Benoni Stiles, 
John Marfhall, 
Othniel Allen, 
Jofeph Abbott, jr. 
Elifha Olcott, 
Juflus Talcott, 
Allen Brounfon, 
John Stoughton, 
John Slate, 



Eajigns* 
Daniel Hayden, jr 
Ebeneaer Ofborn. 
John Spencer, jr. 
Henry Allen. 
Ifaac Birge. 
Martin Hills. 
Robert Hyde. 
Calvin Cheney. 
Eraftus M'Kinncy. 
Elliot Orant. 
Beajamin Loomis. 
Samuel Mirley. 



2zd Regiment. Abijah SeHionT, Lt. Col. Commandant. 

Ebenezer Spencer, ift Major. Samuel Whittlefey, 

2d Major. 

Abel B?ftor, Adjutant. Calvin Ingals, Chaplain. 
Amariab Avery, Quarter- Matter. Elifha Stearns, Pay- 
Matter. Samuel Willard, Surgeon. Gurdon Thomfon, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company, 

Jabez Brad'ey, Captain. Selah Hibbard, ift Lieut. 
Thomas Fox, 2d Lieut. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Enfigns, 

BUdad Curtis, Cephas Brigham, jofeph Dorman. 
Clarke Lillybridge,Samuel Roekwell ; Timothy Blodget. 
Aflibel Steele, Ephraim Weir, Stephen Griggs. 
Thomas Jennings, Abiel Fenton, Eleazer Fellows. 
David LaAviba, Robert Pearl, Samuel Paul. 
Tubal Cafe, Noah Porter, -Simbacl Brewtter. 

Jona. W hi taker, Abner Cady, Jofeph Ellis. 

EliakilJi Chapman, Ezra Bowdin, SimonChapman,ji\ 
VortorWarlbridgCjAlden Blodget, Ephraim Hyde. 
Simeon Dimock, Caleb Carlton, Reuben Bradley. 

31 tt Ptegt. EHhn K-->t, j-.in. Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
Afrph Terry, ift M^jo;, Richard Peaftj 2d Major, 



91 

Thaddeus Leavitt, jr. Adjutant. Nehemiah Prudaa, 
Chaplain. Guftavus Auitin, Quarter- Mailer, Ebenezer 
King, jr. Pay- Matter. Howard Alden, Surgeon. 



Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Henry Terry, 

Oliver L. Phelps, Francis Pierce. 

George Terry, Samuel Peafe, jr. 

Samuel Pomeroy, John Ford. 

Mofes Allen, jr. Elam Peafe. 

Oliver Chapin, Jedediah Kibbe* 

E. Pomeroy, Guftavus Auftin. 

Abijah Remington, Seth Kent, Jofeph Fuller, jr. 

James Viets, Edmund Stevens, Silas Warner. 

Julius Granger, Thad'sLeavit, jr. P. A. Burbanks# 



Captains. 
Samuel Reynold, 

Ben]. Pnrfons, 
Elijah Kibbe, 

Samuel Wright, 



Firft Regiment of Cavalry annexed to the ifl Brigade* 

Jeduthun Cobb, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Amos Alden, Major. Gad Page, Adjutant. Diodate 
Brockway, Chaplain. Thaddeus Moran, Quarter- Maf- 
fter. Appletou Robbins, Pay-Mafter. Ruggles Carpen- 
ter, Surgeon. 



i ft Company. 
Elifha Allen, capt. 
David Grant, ifl lieut. 
Sol. EnfigH, 2d lieut. 
Thomas Moore, cornet* 

2d Company. 
Job Cafe, capt. 

., i ft lieut. 

Auftin Phelps, 2d lieut, 
James Dilbot, cornet. 

3d Company. 
Giles Loomis, capt. 
Wm. Thomfon, \i\ lieut. 



Grave Smith, ad lieut. 
Live Skinner, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Amos James, jr. capt. 
Gad Page, ift lieut. 
James Eaton, 2d lieut. 
Jofeph Merrick, cornet. 

5th Company. 

Refcome D. Albro, ift lieut. 
Solomon Gleafon, 2d lieut. 
Nathaniel ThFany, cornet. 



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Seventh Brigade, 

Epaphroditus Champion, Brigadier-General. 

Jofiah Griffin, Brigade Major arid Infpe&or. 

6th Regt. Elifha Hale, Lieutenant Col. Commandant. 

John Hale, i ft Major. Levi Luik, 2d Major. 

Frederick Butler, Adjutant. William Lockwood, 

Chaplin. Jonathan Wells, Quarter-Ma£er. Jehiel Hale, 

Pay-Mafter. Abner Mofely, Surgeon. 

Captains, Lieut enar.ts. Enfigns. 

Elifha Robbins, James Smith, Salmon North. 

SanVl Woodhoufe, James Francis, Chriftopher Wells. 
George Se Hew, Sam'l Sellev/, Jofeph Kilbourn. 

Hofea Bulkier, H. Whitmore, David Goodrich. 
Abfalom Welis, Robert Francis, Jona. Stoddard. 
Afa Goilee, George Hunt, David Hubbard. 

Eliakim Goodrich, Ifaac Hollifter, Noah Goodrich. 
Simeon North, Levi Hart, Elias Bulkley. 

15th Regt. Solomon Cowles, Lieut. Col Commandant. 
Samuel Hart, ift Maj. Daniel Tillotfon, 2d Maj. 
Luther Seymour, Adjutant. Benofii Upfon, Chaplain. 
George Porter, Quarter- Matter. John Hooker, Pay- 
Mafter. Sylvefter Welles, Surgeon, James Percival, 
jun. Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofsy 
Bryan Hooker, 
Grenadier Company. 

Lieutenants. 
Jofeph Dutton, 

Light Infantry. 
John Barns, 



Elijah Monrofs, 

Captaixs. 
JeiTe Cowles, 



Noah Byington. 

Enfigns. 
George Porter. 



John B. Allyn, 
Aaron Hart, 
John Rich, 
Gould Griffey, 
AflibelTillofton, 



Jofeph Porter, 
Samuel Hart, 
Julius Francis, 
Simeon Matthias, 
Jofeph Finch, 
Tho's F. Bifliop, 



Jofeph Goodyear, Seth Peck, 
Thto. Pettibone, Ifrael Dormoad, 



Giles Langdon. 

Luther Seymour. 
Seth Cowles. 
William Smith. 
Salmon Norton. 
Avery Clark. 
Obadiah Gil let. 
EH Cornwall. 
Ralph Humphry. 



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*3<1 Regt. Lemuel Storrs, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
JohnPaik, ift Maj. Seth Overton, 2d Maj. 
Hofea Goodrich, Adjutant. Samuel Bigelow, Quar- 
ter-Mafter. William B. Hall, Surgeon. John Rich- 
mond, Surgeon's Mate. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfign, 

kr Enoch Huntington /Bezaliel Latimer, Tim. SouthmakL' 



\Vm. Scovel, 
Wm, Hanney, 
John Hubbard, 
Samuel Wilcox, 
An re I Brainard, 
Elifha Coe, 
,^ Samuel Brown, 



William C. Hall, 
Francis Sage, 
Ifrael Kelfey, jr. 
Enoch Grain, 
Daniel White, 
Oliver Bailey, 
Elias Selden, 
Jabez Hall, 



Samuel Penfield. Michael Stewart. 



Jonathan Le.wift 

Jofeph Wells. 
Elij. Chamberlain. 
Hofea Roberts. 
Ichabod Miller, jr. 
Freeman Arnold. 
Enos Brown, 
George Sheperd. 



24th Regt. Jona. O. Mofely, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Dan'l Worthington, I ft Maj. Jofiah Griffin, 2d Maj. 

Oliver Church, Adjutant. Elijah Parfons, Chaplain. 
Noah B. Foot, Surgeon. Stephen O. Day, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjtgns. 

Sam'l P. Lord, jr. George Lord, Chevers Brainerd. 



Ely Gillet, 
Darius Gates, 
John Ackley, 
Abel Gates, 

Diodate Jones, 
Daniel Jones, 



Trio's R. Palmer, Jonathan Gillet. 
Sam'l Huntingtonjjonah Gates. 
Robert Youngs, Ebenezer Carrier. 
Mum-ford Dolbear,Thomas Bradford* 
Aaron Fox, Oliver Church. 

Nat'l Hungerford* 
Sola Jones, A. Worthington* 



Seventh Regiment of Cavalry. 

Jonathan Cowles, Lt. Col. Commandant* 

Uriah Carrier, Major. 



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Ebenezer Gleafon, Adjutant. Jof. Waihburn, ChapTaia. 
Warner Dunham, Quarter- Matter. Leonard Wells, 
Pay-Matter. Ely Tood, Surgeon. Henry Wadfworth, 
Surgeon's Mate. 



Warner Dunham, 2d lieut. 
Vacant. 

4th Company. 
Wm. Samuel Judd, capt. 
Ebenezer S. Gleafon, 1 ft It. 
Gad Cowles, 2d lieut. 
Adna CurtU, eoriaet- 
5th Company. 
Eli/ha Williams, capt. 
Leonard Wells, »ft lieut. 
Samuel Gilfon, 2d lieut. 
Abram Crane, Qornct. 



iftComany. 
Samuel Spencer, capt. 
Solomon Judd, ift lieut. 
Nathan Ackley, 2d lieut. 

2d Company. 
Jofeph Galpin, capt. 
James Plumb ift lieut. 
Jofiah Johnfon, 2d lieut. 
J. Wilcox, cornet. 

3d Company. 
Solomon Fiik, capt. 
Mark Lewis, ill lieut. 

Second Divifion, 

Confiding of 2d r.nd 4th Brigades. 

Ebenezer Mead, Major-General. 

Hon. David Daggett, ? ,-, , - A 
x?;^u ,u, ur f r > Aids de Ltwp. 
Richard W. Hart, eiq. 5 

Second Brigade. 

Andrew Hull, jun. Brigadier General. 
Nathaniel Hubbard, Brigade Major and Infpector. 

2d Regt. Samuel Bellamy, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Stephen Ball, 1 ft Major. Amos Bradley, 2d Major. 
Elihu Mnnfon, Adjutant. James Dana, D. D. Chap- 
lain. William Trowbridge, Quarter-Mafter. William 
Lyon, jun. Pay-Matter. Levi Ives, Surgeon. Jofiah 
Root, Surgeon's Mate. 

Artillery Company* 
John P. Auftin, Captain. John Hunt, ift Lieutenant. 
Atwater Townfend* 2d Lieutenant. 



Captains, 
Jofeph Mix, 
ifaac M. Wales, 
Samuel Cbitfey, 
David Benham, 
Abr'm Blakefley, 
Benajah Tuttle, 
Jared Cooper, 
John Hubbard, 



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Lieutenants* 
Charles Boftwick, 
Ranfom Lines, 
Samuel Tuttle, 
D. Trowbridge, 
Philem. Blakefley, 
Abraham Bifhop, 
Afa Dicberman, 
Ifaac Woodin, 



EnfigttS. 
John Swett. 
Jofeph Love. 
Ifaac Brown. 
Jofiah Merrick, 
Ifaac C. Stiles. 
Jacob Bafiett. 
Caleb Doolittle. 
Javin Woodin, 



7th Regt. Gteorge Morgan, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
John Stannard, eft Maj. Huntington May, 2d Maj. 

William Warner, Adjutant. Frederick Wm. Hotch- 
kifs, Chaplain. Timothy Starker, 2d. Quarter- Made r. 
Ebenezer Hayden, 2d. Pay-Mafter. Auftin Allcot, Sur- 
geon. Levi Ward, Surgeon's Mate. 

Artillery Company. Not returned. 



typtains, 
Elihu Jones, 

Vacant, 
Timsthv Crane, 
Jofeph Hill, 

Nathan Kirtland, Jedediah Pod, 
Noadiah Cone, John Clark, 



Lieutenants. Enftgns, 

Sa'l Buckingham, Eliflia Si']. 



James Bates, 
Samuel Morgan, 
Raymond Clark, 



Heary Hill, 
Gideon Leet, 
David Spencer, 
Dan Piatt, 



Dan Lane, 
Joel Canfield, 



Arnold Tyler. 
Jeremiah Miner. 
Reynold Kirtland. 
Timothy Spencer. 
Curtss Smith. 
Jof. Farnam, 2d. 
Giles Clark. 



Samuel Hubbard, Jofhua Knowles 
George Clark, Bela Clark. 



J Oth Regt. Rufus Hitchcock, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Ebenezer Hale, ift Maj. Seth Seward, 2d Maj. 

Amafa Hitchcock, jun. Adjutant. John Foot, Chap- 
lain. Samuel Cook, jun. Quarter Mafter. Samuel A. 
Foot. Pay-Mafter. Bi!liusKirtla«d, Surgeon. Thomas 
T. Cornwel), Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains. Lieutenant** Enfant* 

Jofeph Hotchkifs, Afa Peck, Levi Peck. 

Billius B.Newton, Samuel Tuttle, Vacant. 

Daniel Southmaid, Vacant, Vacant. 

Samuei Woodruff, JefTe Atwater, Eliakim Hall, jun. 

Jofeph I. Dooliule,Amafa Doolittle, Amos Hall. 

Afaph Menriman, Elnathan Ives, JonathanEdwards. 

Noah Cone, John Hart, EliphazNettleton. 

Jared Burr, Elias Ford, Jefie Ford. 



27th Regt. Rufus Norton, Lieut. Col. Commandant 8 
Solomon Lihdfley, ift Msj. Eli Fowler, 2d Maj. 

Abel RoiTeter, Adjutant. John Elliott, Chaplain. 
Abel Hoadley, Quarter Mads r. Phineas Meigs, Pay- 
Mafter. David Brooks, Surgeon. Jared Redfield, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Light Infantry 

Samuel Elliott, Captain. Silas Sen ton, Lieutenant* 
Jared Hoadley, Enfign. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjirns* 

Samuel Fowler, Thomas Burgifs, Solomon Stone, 2d. 
Edward Baldwin, Samuel Beach,, Ruditbrd Ruiiell. 
Seth Biftiop, James Davis, Timothy Johnfoa. 

Benj. B. Willcox, Phineas Meigs, Ufher Ccnkling. 
Oliver Fowler, Abel RoiTeter, Benj. Baldwin. 
Reuben Page. Eliada Rofe, Francis Hale. 

Jofiahl. Liwdfley, William Douglas, John Maltbie. 
Benjamin Field, Joliah Morgan, Abner Biihop • 



32d Regt. Daniel Sackett, Lieut. Col, Commandant. 
Abijah Smith, ift.Maj. Benjamin Bull, 2d Maj. 

"William H. Foster, Adjutant. Beza Pineo, Chap- 
la'n. Ephraim Peck, Quarter- Mailer. Stephen A. 
Treat, Pay- Matter. Saniu#l Sanford, Surgeon. T. 

GoDdfell, Surgeon's Mate-. 



Captains. 
Samuel Higley, 
Medad Hotchkifs, 

Nathan Pangman, 

John Gunn, 
Benjamin Cone, 
Abel Clark, 
Jofeph Newton, 
John Davis, 
Silas Hotchkifs, 
Enos Sniitti, 
Eben'r B.Johnfon, 



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Grenadier Companies, 

Lieutenants. Exfiwkf, 

Jofeph B. Ba row, Win. H Ko\rler. 
Amafa buttle, Silas Bradley. 

Light Infantry. 
David M'Ewen, Nathan \* orfter. 

Stephen A. Treat, Barn's Woodcock. 
Stephen Stone, Shek'en herwood. 
Stephen Gunn, David Peck. 
Enos Hitchcock, Lemon Sparry. 
Joel Perry, S. A. Buckingham. 

ChaunceyTuttJe, John SacLctt. 
Obed Webfler, Ifaac B: fl" tt. 
Truman Wheeler, Elizur l\.tchen. 



Second Regi, 
Daniel Willard, Lieu 
Timothy Higgins, Major. 
jutant. Reuben Ives, Chap! 
ter- Matter John Mitchel, 
Surgeon. 

ill Company. 
Stephen Ma! thy, Cupt. 
Daniel Lindiley, ill Lieut 
Nath'l Johnfon, 2d Lieut. 
Thomas B acb, Cornet. 

- 2(i Company. 
Jonathan Williams. C?pt. 
Jedediab Harris, rft Lieut. 
David Lopftf i<\ Lieut. 
Daniel Jientun, Cornet. 



nt of Cavalry. 

t. Col. Commandant. 

Jedediab Hani-, jun. Ad- 
jin. Henry Lvnde, Guar- 
Pay- Maite r . J 1 i c h arcfE ! y 9 

3d Company. 
Jof^n Beach, Capt. 
Btrj-amin Hall, f ft Lieut. 
Vacant, 2d Lieut. 
Vacant, Cornrt. 
4th Company. 
Timothy j^iggiris, CapN 
Richard Treat, ift Lieuf. 
£$i-m Psltfwia, 2d Lieut, 
1 Ala i latt. Comet. 



Fourth Brigade. 

■ ■ ■ "—"-j Brigadier Genera*. 

^Ttinothy Walker, ^igadc Major. 

4th Regiment. Burr Giiberr.- l-ieut. Co!. Comnni 'art. 

.Jofeph N\>yes, lit Maj, IM-dud ii radio v, <ij V ^. 

I 



9 8 

Daniel Betts, Adjutant. Hezekiah Ripley, Chaplain. 
Sturges Sanford, Quarter-Mafter. Benjamin Hall, Pay- 
Mafter. David Rogers, Surgeon. Thomas Peck, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Matrofs Ccfnpan*. 

Afahel Salmons, Captain* Joel Merchant, iA Lieut. 
James Jackfon, 2d Lieut. i 

Cap ta ins . L t eutenants . E nfigns . 

Elijah Bibbins, Lewis Goodfell, Joel CoodfelJ. 
Barnabas Sturges, Burr Sturges, ■ ■ ■ — — — . 
Abraham Bennet, Jofeph Tavlor, Ab'm Morehonfe. 
William Hill, \ Jofeph Hill, William Wilfon. 

John Gray, Elias Bates, Daniel Sanford. 

Albert Lockwoodj Morehoufe Coley, Hez. Dikeman. 
Alben Bradley, Miles Marvin, Lewis Wheeler. 
Lazarus Hull, Eli Lyon, Ifaac Beach. 

William Gregory, Ifaac Bennet, M. Jackfon. 

9th Regt. Alexander Mills, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Sanford Hoyt, ift Major. Ifaac Smith, 2d Major. 
Maltbie Newman, Adjutant. Daniel Smith, Chaplain. 
Ebenezer Mead, jun. Quarter- Matter. Ephraim Mead, 
Pay-Mafter. Samuel Webb, Surgeon. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enjtgns, 

Light Infantry. 
David Waterbury, Jofeph Lockwood, Gideon Holmes. 

Ebenezer Hoyt, Enos Waterbury, — — . 

Jona. JefTop, jun. Joffuia Ferris, Jofeph Ferris. 

„ _ .,' Jofeph Silliok, Tho's Lounfbury, 

Nathaniel Erown, Squire Hubby, Lemuel Hitch. 

Kehemiah Brown, Jafper Mead, Jotham Wilfon. 

Frederick Hoyt, jared Smith, David Smith. 

Jacob Fletcher, •*-. , Charles Peck. 

28th Regt. Matthias Nicols, Lieut. Co'. Commandant, 
George Healy, iftMaj. Eph'm Wilcoxfon, 2d Maj. 

David Allen, Adjutant. Afiibsl Baldwin, Chaplain. 



99 

John Well, Ouarter-Mafter. Agur Shelton, Pny-Maf- 

ter. Charles Tomlinlbn, Surgeon. ., Sur- 
geon's Mace. 

Matrofs. 
Aaron Haw ley, Capt. Edward Burroughs, id Lieut* 
F. Botstbrd, 2d Lieut. ^ 

Captains. Lieutenants* Enfigns* 

Grenadiers , 

James Beardfley, Eben'r Wheeler, Abijah Sterling. 

Light Infantry j 

Samuel L. Hard, Eliot Beardfley, Abel Hawley. 

Enoch Foot, William Walker, Judfon Curtifs. 

Amos Burr, Tho>s Broathwell, Daniel S. MefTer. 

Philo Lewis, Ilaac J. Booth, Ab'm C Lewis. 

Lewis Sheltito, David Allen, David B. Wheeler. 

John Wilco:ifon, Abel French, G. L Sherman. 

Samuel Hall, Ames Oiborn, Ifaac Sherman. 



3 ;th Regiment. Jofhui King, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
(oi«fph Scely, jift Maj. Natjian San ford, 2d M&i. 
Thomas Hoyt, Adjutant. Sam' J Goodrich, Chaplain. 

Mafrcr. Amos Baker ,^5 urge on. — — , Sur- 
geon's Mate. * 
3 ? Grenadiers. 
Certains* LicutSifttitt* Erf^ns. 



2d Grmdditw, 
Jefle Richards, 

Hczekiah Setts, Timothy Fiteh, 

Jacob Dauchy, Amos Smith, 

Ifeac $. ifa&c, Thomas Hoyt, 
Zadcek Raymond, jbfepb SHtfrges, 

Matt. St. John, Charles Weed, 

David Street, Jeremiah Bates, 

Samuel Burrell, JohnHurlbur, 

IfaacKeeler, SilasSt. [ohn, 



Nathan jervifs. 

Stephen Wood. 

Samuel Comftock 
Jonathan Bates. 
JofcfchL Marvin. 
Thaddeus Mead. 



ioo 

Fourth Regiment of Cavalrj. 

Curt'ifs Tomlinfon, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Abel Hall, jun. Major. 



ill Company 
Nathaniel Lewis, c?.pt. 
John Cu t;s, ill lieut. 
Samuel G 'rr : ck, 2., do. 
Elijah H iwley, cornet. 

2d • "cnipany. 
Lewis Richard*;, capt. 
Silv-.nus Weed, ift lieut 
Jofeph treet, 2<i do. 
.Samuel While, jr. cornet 



3d Company. 

capt. 
Lyman Edwards, ift lieut. 
Hezeki h Hull, 2d lieut. 
Bellia Bibbins, cornet. 

4t':: Company. 
Wm Waterbury. capt. 
Robert Mead, ift lieut. 
Ifaac Ouintard, 2d lieut. 
Piatt Mead, cornet. 



1 iiird Divnjon, 
Confuting of the 3 ' & n d 3t'h Brigades. 

fcbenezer Han-tington,' Efq. Major General.. 

fe 1 '?" V;? ' idar ?' ^ ? ^Vj <le Cam*. „ 
ii.;p./t ferry,' efq? 3 r 

Third Brigade, 

^achariali Huntj.n«tpu, Brigadier General. 
"Thonr.Vs Tracy, Brigade- >Hv.jor any* Infpsttor. 

3d Regt. Thadcienr I? rook 5, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Mulford Raymond, lit Maj. Simeon Smith, 2d Maj. 
C5i1$5 H?m;pfted, Adjutant. Henry Chauning, Chap- 
lin. Eiiflja DGibea! r Qaartcr-Matter. Chcft&r Kimball? 
p ay- Mailer. James Lee ; Surgeon. 

Independent Ccmparj. 
Captains* Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Johni\T,ott, Hubbe! Brooks, Peter Beebe. 

Light Infantry. 
George Alien, Chrifto. Doibear, Tho"'s Bifhop. 



101 

Richard Fofdick, Charles Holt, JofhuaPennimarn 

Hallam keinpfted,S»hnael fackwood, Peter Richards* 

Guy Turner, Jabez Thomfon, George Hatch. 

William Stewart, Stephen Prentice, Charles Avery. 
DanM Waterhoufc,John Turner, Sam'l Watertoufe. 

Jaibn Beckwitn, Jona. Caulkins, William Moor, 4th. 
Nath'l Bradford, Daniel Smith, Amos Bollef, 20. 

John Prentis, David New bury, Ephraim M.Frink. 

8th Regt. Ebenezer Avery, jr. Lt. Col. Commandant. 

Daniel Avery, ift M?jer. Mofes Tyler, 2d Major. 

Youngs Avery, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chaplain* 

Nathaniel Coit, Quarter-Mailer. Paul F. Niies, Fay- 

Mafter, John O. Miner Surgeon, Biihop Tyler, Surgeon's 

Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Exfigns* 

David Avery, Ehftia Crary, R.obert iu Avery. 

John (Shelter, Peter Avery, 2d Eliiha Chefter. 

Stephen Newton, Dudley Bailey, / Samuel Allyn. 
William Cogfw eJ], John B. Tyler, Eliiha Morgan. 
Eliiha Prentice, Nathaniel Coit, William Belcher. 
Rofwell Fifh, Simon Rhodes, Stephen Haley. 

Rufus Allyn, Seth Williams, YoungsL. Morgan. 

Jedediah Barflow, Nathan Oyer, Dennifon Palmer. 
Amos Spicer, Ichabod Stoddard, John Spicer. 

20th Regt. Afa Fitch, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Eleazer Tracy, ift Major. John Hough, 2d Major. 
Cuming Eells, Adjutant. Jofeph Strong, Chaplain. 
Jofeph W. Tracy, Quarter Mailer. Jedidiah Burnham, 
Surgeon. Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. 
Matrofs. 
Andrew Parim, Csptain. Jeremiah Geer, ift Lieut. 
Richard H. Care-w, 2d Lieut. -*— — Bingam 3d Lieut, 
Light Infantry* 

Ciptains. . , Lieutenants* Erfigxs, 

Cuming Eells, Jos. Huntington, Eli Adams, 
I 2 



102 

Grenadiers. 

Capiims. Lieutenants. ILnfigns* 
Samuel Tyler, William Letter, 

Garden Giffords, Eleazer Rogers, Martia Edgerton, 

Calvin Tracy, Benj. Greenilit, J. R. Packwood. 

Stephen fohnfon, Benj. Burnam, Daniel Lathrop. 

iNfath'l Kimball, Elijah Benjamin, Elifha Brew ft ej-. 

Uriah Downer, Janez Hough, jr. N. Waterman, jr. 

Afner Lsdd, Ira Abell, Jonathan Peck, 

Simeon Hubbard, Dayid Tracy, Nath'l Howland. 
Frederick Perkins,EphraimBufhnell, John Hyde. 



30th Regt. Tfaac Williams, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

John Baldwin, ifl Major. Paul Babcock, 2d Major. 

Daniel Miner, jr. Adjutant. Hezekiah N. Woodruff, 
Chaplain. Thomas Swan, jr. Quarter Mafter. Avery 
Noyes, Pay-Mafter. William Robinfon, Surgeon. Wil- 
liam Lord, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns; 

Prentice Frink, Avery Noyes. 
Daniel Meech, Afa Prentice, John Baldwin, jr. 

William Randall, Ichabod Brown, jared Wilcox. 
Tho. H. Peck!iam,)ofeph Frink, Nathan Wheeler. 

Silas Wheeler, Adam Brown, Jofeph Wheeler. 
Gilbert Palmer, Jeremiah York, Mofcs Thomfon. 
David Main, Jeptha Brown, Edward Holmes. 

Lodowick Kites, Jofeph SafFord, Frederick Clark. 

33 1 Regta Pilchard E. Seidell, Lt Col. Commandant. 
Watrus Beckwith, rft Mnj. Scth Ely, jr. 2d Maj. 

Malrofs Company. 
Capt.vns. hi entrants. Enfigns. 

Mar ill Ev, 

Light Infantry. 
V'iam Sterling, 

Grena Iters* 
;; Marvin, Chrift'r Auttin, John Muwarlng. 



Captains. 
David Avery, 
Simson Smith, 
Dan Marvin, 
A fa Comftotk, jr. 
Elifha Steward, 
Newton Mar In, 



103 

Lieutenants 
D. J. Grifwold, 

Jedidiah Beeb:?, 
Jofeph E. Eiy, 

Stephen Tinker, 



Enftgnsl 
Rufus Sturtivant. 
John M. Lee. 
Elijah Mather. 
Ezra Brockway. 
Ezra Tinker. 
Benjamin Crofby, Rob't Hungerford. 

Third Regiment of Cavalry annexed to %d Brigade, 
William Williams, Lieut Col. Commandant. 
Thomas Wheeler, Major. 
Alexander Gordon, Adjutant. Laviu.sFilimore, Quar- 
ter. Mafter. Amos Hull, Pay-Mafter. 

1 ft Company. 
Jehiel Johnion, capt. 
Dan Haftings, ift lieut 



A fa Lathrop, 2d lieut 
William Crocker, cornet 

2d Company. 
Chefter Smith, capt. 
Stanton Hewit, ift lieut. 
Oliver Spicer, ad lieut. 
RufTel Williams, cornet. 



3d Company. 
George Raymond, capt- 
Elifha Lyman, ill lieut. 
William Horton, 2d lieut. 
Frederick Miner, cornet. 

4th Company. 
George Swan, captain. 
Palmer Hewit, ift lieut. 
Daniel Grant, 2d lieut. 
Hofea Wheeler, jr. cornet* 



Fifth Brigade. 

Mofes Cleaveland, Brigadier General. 
Payne Cleaveland, Brigade M ajar and Inipe&pr. 

5th Regiment. Elijah Simons, Lt. Col. Commandant*. 

Benjamin Hanks, ift M:j. Ezra Smith, 2d Maj. 

Eleazer Huntington, Adjutant. Mofes C Welch, 

Chaplain. William Perkins, Qusrter-Mafter. Ichabod 

Ward, Pay- Matter. Trumbull Dorrauce. Surgeon. 

Andrew Huntington, Surgeon's Mute. 

Matrofs Company'. 

Captain, Thomas Janes, 3ft Lieut* 
Ebsnezsr Stcwel, 2d Lieut. 



B 
D 

S; 

J< 
A 
* 
J 



Captains, 
ThomasWilliams, 

Royal Stoors, 
Eliphalet Young, 
John Setter, 
John Walden, 
John Hande, 
Samuel Fuller, 
Artemas Gurley, 
John N. Sumner, 



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Grenadier Company. 

Lieutenants, 
Roger Clark, 

Nath'l Dunham, 
John Lathrop, 
E. Huntington, jr. 
Ichabod Ward, 
Eleazer Baker, 1 
Rofwell Prefton, 
Elifoa Crane, 
Afahel Smith, 
Solomon Preflon, 



Knfions, 
Stephen Fuller. 
Zacchens Waldo. 
Benjamin Eibbins. 
■ Joflma Stoors. 
Abner Robinfon. 
Charles Lord. 
Ifaae Staples. 
Simeon Allen. 
Jeremiah Olney. 
Elijah Eldridge. 



HthRegt. James TJanjelfon, Lt. Col. Commandant. 

Hobart Torrey, ift Maj. David Holmes, 2d Maj. 

/ Amos Payne, Adjutant. William Graves, Chaplain. 

J George Learned, Quarter- Mailer. Silvanus Backus, 

g Pay-Mafter. Tho's Hubbard, Surgeon. Robert Groi- 

venor, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
3 Bufonel Hubbard, Captain, Cyrel Lee, ifl Lieut. Reu- 

ben TaiTet, 2d Lieut. 

Grenadier Company. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

\ Ebenezer Fitch, Obadiah Kimball, Luther Baldwin. 
Abel Prince, Ifaac Davis, George Keith. 

John Duikee, Reuben Field, Abel Dreiler. 

Sanford Holmes, Leonard Mafon, David TrifFel. 
Nill Alexander, Jofeph Cady, jun. Benjamin Cutler. 
Samuel Chapman, Benjamin Gilbert, Abel Prince. 



John Day, 
Ephraira May, 
Jonathan Ellis, 
Samuel Sumner, 
David Wilfon, 



Luther Warren, 
William May, 
Chcfler Upham, 
Reuben Sharp, 
Mofes Bigfby, 



Aa drew Williams, John B. Wiubn, 



Stephen Mitchell. 
Alfred Walker. 
Theop. Chandler. 
Greggs GorfF. 
Eli Starr. 
Carp. Bradford. 



105 

12th Regt. Daniel Tilden, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
James Mafon, lit Major. Eliflia Buell, 2d Major. 
Zebulon Ely, Chaplain. William Huntington, Quar- 
ter-Maffer. George O. Gilbert, Pay-Mafter. John L. 
Pierce, Surgeon. 

Mat r of s Company. 

Benjamin Phelps, Capt. Hubbard Button, ill Lieut. 

Grenadier Company* 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Stephen D.Tilden, Silas Swift, Mafon Tilden. 

Light Infantry. 
Zabdiel Hyde, Amos Loomis, Sim. Huntingdon. 

Andrew Mann, Hezekiah Biflfejlj Joel Gilbert. 

Hcz. Ilartfhorn, Silas Brewfter, Scth Collins. 

St>th Bartlett, Abiel Starks, Daniel Lee. 

Ralph Mack, Oliver tpghant, Samuel Peters. 

Bcnj. Buell, jr. Daniel Vv Isite, jr. Rez. HutcMnfon. 

Jofeph Carrier, jr. Timothy Phelps, Corn's Shepard. 

Uartholo. Turner, E'ias 'jonc s, Dudley Summers. • 
Roger M'GaH, Charles Williams, Siivanus Paine. 

2i(t Regiment. Abel Andrus, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Shubael Hutching, ift Maj. RofwelJ Parifh, 2d Maj . 
Thomas Vvheeler, Adjutant. Joel Benedict, Chap- 
lain. *ef!ious i-efter, Quarter- Mailer- George Mid- 
siieion. Pay-IVlafter. Daniel Gordon*, Surgeon. 
Jvl.it rofs Company, 
David Cleavelaiul, Captain, Natbaw Pike, I ft Lieut. 
Daniel Searle*, 2:1 Lieut. Eiiiha Adams, 3d Li&ut. Ja- 
cob B. Witter, Lieut, fire worker. 
Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. s Enfgn. 

David Butt, Nathan John fori, Jabez Saflord. 

Grenadier Company. 
Afa Nowlen, Peter Morfe, Elifha Wheeler. 

Aaron Crary, Thomas Wheeler, John Gordon. 

Charts Morfe, Jeremiah Brown, Afael Herrick. 



io6 

John Campbell, John "Willy, 
Samuel Douglafs, Daniel Wheeler, 
Afa Burges, Afa Butt, 

PeterBurlingame, Ruflell Vaugn, 
Jacob Rude, Samuel Sprague, 

Loren Robbing, J. Palmer, 
Benjamin Wood, Simeon Butt, 



Elifha Tucker. 
Srflions Lefter. 
Wm. D. Fofter. 
Jrmes Henry, jr. 
Ifaac Day. 
Gilmore Robbins. 
Mofes Clark. 



Fifth Regiment of Cavalry. 

Jacob Loomis, Lient. Col. Commandant. 

Ephraim B. F.<y, Major. 

Tohn W. Chandler, Adjutant. Stephen Buckingham, 

(Juarter-Mader. SanrM Dorrance, Pay-Maftcr. Thad- 

deus Clark, Surgeon. Jofiab Fuller, Surgeon'? Mats. 



ifl Company. 
Confider Allen, csptain. 
David Keys, ift lieut 
Jedediah Watkins, 2d It. 
Jofiah Butler, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Nathaniel Gallup, captain. 
Elias Parkhurit, ift lieut. 
John Fife, 2d lieut. 
Ebenezer Dow, tojrnet. 



3d Company. 
Ifaiah Loomis, captain, 
jcieph Medcalf, lit lieut. 

Simon Hans, cornet. 

4fh Company. 
Chefter Childs. captain. 
:r quire Stlfioas, ifl lieut. 
John W. Chandler, 2d It. 
Chefter Cady, cornet. 



Fourth Divifion, 

Confiding of 6th and 8th Brigades. 

Uriah Tracy, efq. Major General. 

Frederick Wolcott, efq ? ... , r -, 
T ,„ ,, r } 1 > Aids lie Camp. 

James Gould, efq. *> * 



Sixth Brigade. 

Augufiine Taylor, Brigadier General. 
Elifha Sterling, Brigade Major and Infpeelor. 



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J4th Regt. Adontjah Strong, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
• Elijah Stanton, ill Maj. Jcre. W. Phelps, 2d Maj. 

Martin Strong, Adjutant. Jofeph \V. Grofsman, 
Chnplain. Michael F. Mills, Pay-Mafter. Benjamia 
Welch, Surgeon. Abiram Peat, Surgeon's Mate. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

iles Lewis, Salmon Hunt, Edmond Dunning. 

ofeph Canfield, jr. Philo Nichols, Jchiel Everett. 

ilas Franklin, John Rood, Jofeph Fellows, jr. 

eremiahRulhnel, David Lyman, Gideon Smith, jr. 
Jere.Horsford, jr. Samuel Horsford, Billy Beckley. 
/Bamuel BifTell, Stephen Reed, Afhlpel London, 
fctephen Holt, Lawrence Mills, Rofw'l Humphrey. 
Noel Cowles, James Root, Elifha Yale, jr. 

Henry Vandozen, Henry Gains, Ifaac Green. 

S^athM Stevens, jr.Elcazer Munger, Benjamin Bigelow. 

J7th Regt. Ephraim Kirby, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
IiViah Tuttle, ift Maj. NathM Goodwin, 2d Maj. 
judah Champion, Chaplain. Stephen ^anford, 2d. 
Bnarter Mafter- James ?tone, Pay-Mafter. Abel 
Cdtlin, 2d. Surgeon. Jared Murifon, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lt*ute?mnts. Enfigtis, 

irhomas Collier, James Stone, Samuel- -heather. 

jEliadi Oftjorn, i'hilan'r '.Vei1:oven,Uri Stone. 

f' aim on Buel, Horace Baldwin, Micah Goodwin, 

'rederick Phelps, Jofeph Phelps, Ezra Hlnfdale. 

Rofwell " ilfon, Elias Hinfdale, Benjamin Phelps. 

Eldad Gibbs, LeviFrifbie, M Grifwold. 

Danel Scovel, William Battle, jr. jofeph Scofield, jr. 

Beth Coc, ' Phiio Gibbs, Afa Loomis, 

S> W. Spencer, Nathaniel M-arfh, Gurdon Qvtixm\it 9 

James Marfli, 2d Cyprian Webfter, Steph. Sanford, 2d. 

Ifcth Regiment. Tfrael Jones, Lieut Col. Commandant. 
Mofes Kellog, ift Maj. Benoni Brunfon, 2d Msj. 



io8 

Samuel Blakefley, Adjutant. Chauncey Lee, Chap- 
Iain. Roger Mills, Quarter- Mailer. Thomas C Brmf- 
made, Surgeon. Benjamin Benedick, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Er.figns. 

Ifaac Filly, Moles Wright, Preferved Crefly. 

Earls Sharp, Sylvefter Seym9ur,Martin Driggs. 

Jofepli Cowles, A fa CowJes, Samuel V/atfon. 

Jehiel Mechum, Daniel Bumnel, Darnel Bill. 
Benjamin Carter, Salmon Bt union, Lloyd Andrews. 
Humphrey Cafe, Joel Raxford, Alexander Chub. 

Eli Wilder, John Banning, William Fer.ch, 

James Porter, Reuben Rockwell, 
John Wright, Zenas Wilfon, Elifaa Ma'aa. 

Abner Meiftnger, IFaiah Tutt'e, Zlmri Barber. 

35th Regt. Benjamin Gold, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Timothy Hale, iftMaj. Samuel Caniicld, 2d Maj. 

Sherman Everft, Adjutant. Hercules Wefton, Chap- 
Iain.' Samuel Lyman, Quarter Muirer. John Ca!fr>on,, 
V y- Mailer, "Samuel B.Gager, Surgeon. Elifha North, 
Surgeon's Mate* 

Gftptkfois* Lieutenants. E/:Jt^ns, 

Charles I fackfcn, John Miles, Samuel p'ffttf. 

Birdfry No: ton, Moles Lyman, jr. David Wadhams. 
Wait vVliliams, joihua i. ovel, [ohn Roland. 

Timothy Collins, Seth Wadams, jr. ErniH:", Lyman. 
Benjamin Bell, Nehemiah Clark, Stiles Peck 
Adonij. jGrrifwoTd y < Calvain Gay; George King, j-r* 

John Dickerfbn, AbijihCoe, Dudley Humphrtry. 

Seth Wright, Calvin Peck, Stephen Wright. 

Thomas St. John, KHprjalet Everett, Gibbs StrhT. 
Noah Rogers, Hezekiah Gold, John ileed. 

Judibn Canrield, Daniel St. John, 

Sixth k*£ifrrfrtt of Cav,:7rj. 

David i'hompfefi, LL-ut. Col Commandant* 

ftuffiri Hunt, ftJ.'Majttr. 



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Benjamin Sedgwicli, Adjutant. Aflibel Hooker, Chap- 
lain. John Grifwoulcl, Quarter- Mailer. JefTe Caming- 
ton, Surgeon. Benjamin Clark, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captabis. Lieutenants. Cornets*. 

Rutfel Hunt, Abraham Burt, - 

Thad's Grifwold, David Paterfon, 
Ely Gay lord. Jofeph Allen, Silas Patterfoa. 

Benjamin Wells. Roger Coe, Elifha E. Sill. 

Wm. C.Mennothy f EU Candy. 

Samuel Carter, 

Eighth Brigade. 

Daniel Potter, Brigadier-General* 
John Kingfbury, Brigade Major and Infpector. 

13th Regt. Ephraim Hinman, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Garwood H.Cunningham, lftMaj. Abraham Broiifon, 

2d Major. 

C apt at its. Lieutenants, Enftgns. 

David Hammond, E- Leavenfworth, Abraham Thomas. 
N. A. Stoddard, Nathan Martin, Daniel Bacon. 
William Mofely, Benj. Judfon,jr. juftice Miner. 
Mofes Wheeler, Truman Hinman, John Mofely. 
Nathan Hawley # Enos Warner, David Bird. 
D. L. Painter, Timo. Lindfley, David WeMer. 
Timothy Strong, Samuel Blofs, MyreH. Bronfoa. 

1 6th P».egt. David Baldwin, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Juftos Barnam, ift Maj. Solomon Warner, 2d Maj. 

Nathan Nichols, Adjutant. Daniel Burhans, Chap- 
Jain. Ezra Wiidman, Quarter-Mafter. Samuel* C. 
Blackman, Pay-Mafter. Rennet Perry, Surgeon. Jo- 
feph Trowbridge, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
Ezra Bronfon, Captain,- Ckauncey Morns, ill Lieut. 
Jacob U. Stewart, aid Lieut. 



Qaptains* 
Salmon Peck, 

John M*Lane, 
Stephen Sanford, 
Ruflel White, 
Abijah B. Curtifs, 
S. B. Barnbam, 
Kuna Rockwell, 
Ethel Beebe, 
Afa Northrop, 
Lamfon Birch, 



HO 

Light Infantry. 
Lieutenants. 
Timo. Shepherd, 

Ezra Wildman, 
Sherman Botsford 
Noah Knap, 
Richard Botsford, 
Eli Gregory, 
Caleb Abbot, 
Edmund Beebe, 
Benj. R. Warner, 
Timo. Shephard, 



Enfigns. 
Ifaac Wheeler. 

Lemuel Merchant. 
,James Nichols. 
Silas Abbot. 
Curtifs Glover. 
Ifaac Bates. 
Abm. Fairchild* 
Afa Hoyt. 
David P. Camp, 
Nathan F. King. 



^othRegt. Wm. Leavenworth, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Street. Richards, ift Maj. Caleb Hickox, 2d Mnj. 
Garret Smith, Adjutant. Noah M. Bronfon, Quar? 
ter-Mafter. JofiahSmith, Pay-Mafter. Uriel Gridley, 
Chaplain. John Orton, Surgeon. Frederick Leaven- 
worth, Surgeon's Mate. 

ift Light Infantry Company. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfgns. 

John Kingfbury, Jofeph Cook, Jof. Leavenwotrh, 

%d Light Infantry Company. 
Amzi Tallmadge, Allen Wells, Hezekiah Brown, 

Jared Prechard, Elijah Nettleton, Eli Hine. 

Richard Fenn, John Merriam, David R. Mernam, 

Micah Blakflee, Oliver Todd, Samuel Pardee. 

Eleazerjudd, Garret Smith, Landon Loveland. 

Preferved Carter, Ifaac Upfon, Jofeph Allcox. 

John Lewis, Richard Warner, Samuel I. Hickcox, 

Jofeph Twitchel, Hervy Upfon, John Norton. 

Levi Bronfon, Jofeph Bronfon, Abraham Hickcox* 

Ephraim Tuttle, Daniel Tyler, jr. Ebnr. Richardfon. 

29th Regt. Ozias Buel, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Reuben Warner, ill Maj, William Ceggfweil, 2d Maj. 



Ill 

Benjamin Me3d, Adjutant. Ebenrter Porter, Chap. 
lain. Abel Hine, Quarter-Mafter. PhiloRugclcs, Pay- 

Mailer Chauncy La wry, Surgeon. Ebenezer Smith 
Surgeon's Mate. _ * 

ijl Light Infantry Compaq. 

Cdpta'ms. Lieutenants. Enfivns. 

Abraham Hayef, Daniel Lines, Freeman l\. Phelps. 

2d Light Infantry Compare. 

Peter Pratt, Eraft. Chamberlin,Lewis pcA. 

x B*-ebe Kme, Joel Stone, Samuel Gregory. 

Abijah B«f/ft Ethel Carter, Elias Smith. 

Timothy Mir.chil, Daniel Calhoon, William Ford. 

Elzur Warner, Uriah Sauford, Danisl H. Ferris. 

Stephen Blake, Ifaac Sturtevant, T. F ass child. 

Richard Elliot, Stephc'aCoggfwell,jofeph Merchant 

Bennet Picket, William Potter, Jared Gideon. 

Abijah Treat, Abel Beach, Nathan Bitts. 



Eighth Regiment of Cavalry. 

fcofrfctt tlannah, Lieut. Vti\ Z^m$%$0% 

William Taylor, Major. 
George D. Kaffon, Adjutant. Azei Bacchus, Chaplain. 
Hen::. Marfball, Quarter- Matter. Samuel W. South 
mayd, Pay-Mafler. Titus Hull, Surgeon. 



lit Comany 
Nathan Runs fey, capt. 
J. G. Leave a worth, ffllieut. 
David Ambler, jr. 2d lieut 
Alexander (5ordon, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Seth Comftock, capt. 
John Briftol, ift lienr. 
Noah Rockwell, 2d lieut. 



3d Company. 
Edmund Lockheed, capt. 
Anthony Garr.fey, ik lieut. 
EH Barns, 2d lieut. 
Amos Benham, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Herman CanfieW, capt. 
Solomon Titus, lft lieut. 
Tbomas Sanford, 2d lieut. 



Caleb Starr, cornet. 1 Enos Mitchell, cornet 



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State of Vermont. 



His Excellency Isaac Tichinor, Efq. Governor. 

His Honor Paul Bri$ham, Efq Lieutenant-Governor* 
COUNCILLORS, 

HONORABLE " 

Samuel SafFord, Elijah Robinfon, 

Jonas Galuilia^ Elifha A! lis, 

John Strong, Solomon Miller, 

William ChamberKn, Beriah Loomis, 
j&benezer Marvin, John White, 

Eiiakim Spocncr, Noah Chittenden. 

Amos Mar ill » Efq. Speaker. 

Roiweii Hopkins, Efq- Secretary. 

Benjamin Swan, Efq. Treafurer. 

Thomas Tollman, Engroffing Clerk. 

James Elliot, Efq; Clerk of Affembly* 

Judges -of the Supreme Court. 
Hon. Jonathan Robinfon, Chief Judge* 
Roval Tyler, ? „. , T , 
5>te-ohen Jacob, y J B 



State of RhocU-Iiland. 



His Excellency Arthur Fenner, Efq. Governor. 

Honorable SaKiuel J. Potter* Efq. Lieutenant-Governor. 

SENATORS. 



Jolwi Inries Clark* 
Waterman Tidbits, 
Benjamin How land, 
John Allen, 
Thomas H oxfie, 



Samuel Eddy, Efq. Secretary. 



Paul Mumford, 
Job Watfon, 
John Harris, 
Timothy Wilmarth, 
William Waterman, efqrs. 



M8 

Jlimes BnrriH, jun. efq. Attorney General. 
Henry Sherburne, efq. General Treafurer. # 

Juftices of the Supreme Judicial Court, 

Hon. Peleg Arnold, efq. chief. 

John Allen, efq. ad. J | Joftph Reynold*, efq. 4th. 

'Walter Cook, efq. 3d. | Henry Remington, efq 5 t h. 



Agricultural Society of Rhcde-Ifland. 

Jabez Eowen, Prefident. 

Samuel Elam, Vice-Prefident. 

George Champlin, Treafurer. 

Olney Winfor, Secretary. 

Thomas Arnold, Corresponding Secretary. 

Committees to colLfi information^ and to correfptnd on ful- 
jeCts of the Society. 
Samue] Elam, Daniel Lyman. Nicholas Taylor, jofeph 
CundeJI, Chriftopher G. Champlin, Airier Bobbins, and 
William Hunter, for the county of Newport ; Jabez Boxv- 
en, Mofes Brown, Aza Arnold, Jofepb Jenckes", James 
Brown, Hofea Humphrey, John Innes Clark, and Tho- 
mas Arnold, for the CQUfity of Provider ce : Samuel [• Pot- 
ter, Peter Phillips, EJifn'a K- Potter, Daniel E. Updike, 
and William Marc hanr, for thccstintyofWcfiiingtm; Hay 
Greene, Chriftopher Greene, jun. and James Rhodes^ 
for the county of Kent ; William Bradford, Benjamin 
Bourne, John T. Child, Jofsah Humphrey, and joihua 
Bkknall, for the county of BriftoL 

Committee for Publications. 
Afhcr Robbins, WilliVm Hunter, Thomas Arnold, 
M.ifesBrown, Elifha R. Potter. William Marchant, Ray 
Greene, James Rhodes, Benjamin Bourne, and job* 
T. Child. 

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Government of the United States. 
THOMAS JEFFERSON, 

PRESIDENT OF THE VN1TED STATES. 

Salary, 25,000 Dollars per annum : 

Which is neither to be encreafed nor diminifhed during the 

period for -which he fhall have he+n elected. 

Mr. Wagner, Secretary to the Prefident. 

AARON BURR, 

Vice-Prefident, and Prefident of the Senate, 

Salary 5,000 Dollars per annum. 

Department of STATE, 
James Madifon, of Virginia, Secretary, 
Jacob Wagner, chief Clerk. 

Of the TREASURY. 
Albert Gallatin, Pennfylvania, Secretary. 
John Steele, North-Caroiina, Comptroller. 
Richard Hirrifon, Virginia, Auditor. 
William Miller, Commiflioner of the Pcevenue; 
Thomas Tudor Tucker, South-Carolina, Treafurer. 
Jofeph Nourfe, Virginia, Regifter. 

Of WAR. 
Henry Dearborn, MafTachufetts, Secretary. 
William Simmons, Accountant. 

liVael Wfcelm, Pennfylvania, Purveyor of Public Sup- 
plies. 

William Irvine, Pennfylvanis, Superintendant of Mi- 
litary Store v 

ames Wilkinfon, Krigidier-General of the Troops. 
Rufus Putnam, Surveyor- General, 
Of the NAVY. 9 
Robert Smith, Maryland, Secretary. 
Thomas Turner, Accountant, * 



POST-OFFICE Department.* 
Gideon Granger, Poll-Mafter General. Salary 300a 
dollars. 

Abraham Bradley, AfTiftant. 



JUDICIARY. 



SUPREME COURT. 
John Marfhall, of Virginia, Chief Jufticet 
"William Cufhing, of MafTachufetts, " 
William Paterfon, of New-Jerfey, 

Samuel Chafe, of Maryland, ^ Affbciate Juftices- 

Bufhrod Waftiington, of Virginia, ] 
Alfred Moore, of North* Carolina, 

Levi Lincoln, of Maffachufetts, Attorney-General* 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Wafhington City, Clerk. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 
Firft Circuit, 
John Lowell, of MafTachufetts, Chief judge. 
Benjamin Bourne, of Rhode- Ifland, and 
Jeremiah Smith, of New-Hampfhire, Judges. 

. Second Circuit, 
Egbert Benfon, of New-York, Chief Judge. 
Oliver Wolcott, of Connecticut, and 
Samuel Hitchcock, of Vermont, Judges. 

Third Circuit, 
William Tilghman, of Pennfylvania, Chief Judge. 
Richard BaiTet, of Delaware, and 
William Griffith, of New-Jerfey, Judges. 

Fourth Circuit, 
Philip Barton Key, of Maryland, Crnef Judge. 
George Keith Taylor, of Virginia, and 
Charles Magill, of Virginia, judges. 

Fifth Circuit, 
Dominick A. Hall, of South-Carolina, Chief Judge. 
Henry Potter, North Carolina, Judge. 
. One appointment vacant. 



Diftria Officers. 

''David Sewall, Judge, 
^ Silas Lee, Attorney. 
^Ifaac Parker, Marfhah 
^ Henry Sewall, Clerk. 
'"John Pickering, judge, 
^ John S. Sherbourne, Attorney. 
) Bradbury Cilley, Marfhal. 
Cjonathan Steel, Clerk. 

S Elijah Paine, Judge, 
David Fay, Attorney. 
Vermont. 



Diftrift of 
Maine. 



Diftricl of 
4. Hamplhire. 



>John Willard, Marfhal. 
C Cephas Smith, Clerk. 



Diftrift of 
'IafTachufetts 



John Davis, Judge, 

George Blake, Attorney. 

Samuel Bradford, Marfhal. 

Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 

David L. Barnes, judge* 

David Howel, Attorney. 

William Peck, Marflial. 

Edmwnd T. Ellery, Clerk. 

Richard Law, Judge. 

Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 

Philip B. Bradley, Marfhal. 

Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 

John Slofs Hobart, judge, 

Edward Livingfton, Attorney, 

fohn Swartwout, Marflial. 

Daniel Dunfcomb, Clerk. 

Robert Morris, jndge, 

George Maxwell, Attorney. 

fohn Heard, Marfhal. 
_ Robert Boggs, Clerk. 
Diftrift of Vennfylvania* 
lichard Peters, jwege. 

Alexander J. Dallas, Attorney for the Eaftera Dtftr*<ft, 
aines Jlaniiltoiij Attorney for the WefterB Diiirift. 



Diftriel: of 
Rhode Iflana. 



Diftria of 
Connecticut. 



Diftrift of 
New- York. 



DiftriA of 
New Jerfey. 



"7 

John Smith, Marfhal of the Eaftern, and 

Prefley Carr Lane, Marfhal for the Weflern Diftrhg, 

Di ft rift of Delaware. 
Gunning Bedford, Judge. 
George Read, jun. Attorney. 
Joel Lewis, Marfhal. 
■ Conway, Clerk. 

Diftritf of Maryland. 
James Wincbefter, Judge, 
Zebu'on Holltngfworth, Attorney. 
Reuben Etting, Marfhal. 

Diftrift of Columbia* 
William Kilty, chief Judge. 
William Cranch, and James Marfhall, Judges; 
John Thompfon Mafon, Attorney. 
Daniel Cairoll Brent, Marflial. 
John Hewitt, Regifter of Wills for Wafhiogton county, 

and Cleon Moore, for that of Alexandria. 
William H. Dorfey, Judge of the Orphan's Court fop 

Wafhitigton, and 
George Gilpin, for that of Alexandria. 

Q*ffaf& of Virginia, 
Cyrus Griffin, Judge, 

John Monroe, Attorney for the Weftern Diflricl. 
Thomas Nelfon, Attorney for the Eaftern Diftricl:. s 

vacant Marfhal of the Wcftern Diftrift. 
Jofeph rcott, Marfhal*of the Eaftern Dittrift, 

Poto-wmak Diftrifi. 
Walter Jones, Attorney, and William Bakdr, Marflial, 

Diftritf of Kcntitckey . 
Harry Innes, Judge, 
Jofeph H. Davies, Attorney. 
Jofeph Brockette, Marfhal. 
Thomas Junftall, Clerk. < 

Dijl rid of North- Carolina , 
John Sitgreaves, judge, 
Benjamin Woods, Attorney. 



u8 

John S. Weft, Marflial. 
Abner Neale, Clerk. 

Biftritt of South Carolina: 
^Thorna, Bee, Judge, 
Thomas Parker. Attorney. 
Charles B Cochran, Marfhal. 
Thomas Hall, Clerk. 

Di/itifi of Georgia. 
William "tevens. judge, 
Cfnrles jaekfon, Attorney. 
Ambrofe Gordon, Marfbal. 
Charles HarVis, Clerk. 

i>ifir{$ of TennejJ'ee. 
John M'Nairy, Judge. 
Thomas Gray, Attorney. 
Robert Hays, Marfhal. 



Commiffioners of Loans 



States, 


Officers* 


S.iLir'ies. 


New- HatKfi/hire 9 


William Gardner, 


650 dollars* 


MiS-chufcltSj 


Thomas Perkins, 


I 5 DO 


Mode- I/land, 


jrtte £^ ven ; 


630 


Connc6licut t 


William Imiay, 


loo© 


New-York, 


James Nicbolfbn, 


1500 


Neiv Jerfey, 


James Ewing, 


700 


Pennfylvania, 


Stephen Moylan, 


1500 


Delaware, 


John Stockton,* 


600 


"Maryland, 


Benjamin Howard, 


I ©00 


Virginity 


John Hopkins, 


15*0 


North-Carolina, 


Sherwood Haywood, 


1000 


South- Carolina^ 


John Neufvillei 


1000 


Georgia, 

i — ii 




700 



MINISTERS 

Of the United States refident in Foreign Countries* 
Rufus King, Minifter Plenipotentiary at London. 
Robert R. Livingfton, do. Paris, 



li 

Thomas Sumter, junr. Secretary of Legation, 
Charles Pinckney, Minifter Plenipotentiary, Madi id., 
John Graham, Secretary of Legation. 

CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

Confuls in the Kingdom of Great Britain, and its 

dependencies. 
George W. Erving, conful at London, and agent for 

managing c]aims for fpoilations. 
David Lenox, agent for protecting American feamen in 

Great Britain. 
Elias Vanderhoft, conful, at Briftol. 
Robert \V. Fox, at Falmouth. 
James Maury, at Liverpool. 
Jofeph Wilfon, at Dublin. 
Thomas Auldjo, vice conful at Poole. 
George K:iox, conful at Kingftpn upon Hull» 
John C Murray, at Glafgow. 
James Holmes, at Belfaft. 
John Church, at Cork. 
Harry Grant, at Leith. 
Jacob Lewis, at Calcutta, Iodia« 
Benjamin H. Phillips, at Curracoa. 
John Gavino, at Gibraltar. 

Nicholas RouiTelet, atDemerara and EfTequibo. 
John Elmflie, jun. at: Cape of Good Hope. 
Jofeph Peelis, Malta. v 

Commercial Agents to the French Republic and 

her Dominions. 
Fulwar Skipwith, Paris. 
James Blake, at Antwerp. 
Peter Pobell, Havre de Grace. 
William Lee, Bordeaux. 
Edwards Jones, ifland of Guadaloupe. 
Mr. De laMotte, Vice Ccmmercial Agent, at -Havre de 
Grace. 



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Thomas Aborn, commercial agent, at Cayenne, 

Wiiliam Buchanon, at Ifle of France and Bourbon. 

Etienne Cathalan, commercial agent at Marfeilles. 

Tliomas F. Grant, do. at Nantz. 

Francis L. Taney, do at Oftend. 

Tobias Lear, general commercial agent in St. Doming®, 
refident at the Cape. 

John £• Caldwell, commercial agent for the city of St, 
Domingo. 

Bartholomew Dan dridge, conful for the fouth^rn depart- 
ment excluding Petit Goave. 

Robert Ritchie, do. for Port au Prince. 

Confuls to the Kingdom of Spain, and its Domi* 

nions. 
Mofes Young, Conful at Madrid. 
Jofeph Yznardi. jun. Cadiz. 
Robert Montgomery, Alicant. 
William Kirpar.rick, Malaga. 
Lewis Meager O'Brien, Conful St. Andero. 
Auguftin Madan, Conful at LaGuira. 
Daniel Clark, New-Orleans. 
John Morton, Conful at Havanna. 
Jofeph Blakely, St. jago, in Cuba* 

William Willis, Barcelona. 

John Cultian, TenerifFe. 

To the Kingdom of Portugal, and i(s Dominions. 
Thomas Buckley, Conful at Lifbon. 
John Street, Fayal. 

To the Baravian Republic. 
Sylvanus Bourne, Conful General Amfterdam. 
Jofeph Borman, Conful Rotterdam. 

To the Kingdom of Denmark, and its Dominions. 
Hans Rudolpho Saabye, conful at Copenhagen. 
Henry Cooper, Santa Cruz. 

To Pruflia. 
Frederick W. Lutze, Conful at Settin. 



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To Germany. 
Jofepb Pitcaim, Conful at Humburg. 
Frederick J. Wichelhaufen, Bremen. 
Philip Mark. Franconia. 

John Lamfon, Trie lie. 

To the Kingdom of Sweden, 
Elia$ Backman, Conful at Gottenberg. 

To the Italian States. 
Thomas Appleton, Conful at Leghorn. 
John Matthiew, Naples. 

John Baptifte Sartori, Rome. 

Frederick H. Wallofton, Genoa. 

To the Barbary Powers. 
Richard O'Brien, Conful General Algiers. 
James Leander Cathcart, Conful Tripoli. 
William Eaton, Tunis. 

James Simpfon, * Morocco. 

Commiflioners to treat with feveral Indian Nati«a?j 

Eaft of Miflifippi. 
William R. Davie, 
James Wilkinfon, 
Benjamin Hawkins. 

MINISTERS, 

Confals and Commijfaries of Foreign Powers reftdetit in the 

United States* 

From the Kingdom of Great Britain. 

Edward Thornton, Charge des Affaires. 

Thomas Barclay, conful general for the eaflern (rates. 

Phineas Bond, Conful general for the middle and South- 
ern Mates. 

Thomas M'Donough, Conful for New-Hampfhire, Ma'f- 
fachuferts, Rhode- Ifiand and Connecticut. 

JohnBreeie, Vice Conful, Rhode-Ifland. 

feabriel Wood, Baltimore. 

L 



12S 

Benjamin Moodic, Conful for Nortk aiidSoutkCarqllaa 

and Georgia. 
John Wallace, Vies Conful for Oeorgia. 

From the French Republic. 

Louis Andre Pichon, Charge des Affaires and Commif- 
fary General of Commercial Relations. 

Citizen Ofter, Vice Commiffary of Commercial Rela- 
tions for Virginia. 

Charles Francis Liot, Commiffary of Commercial Rela- 
tions for Pennfylvania and Delaware. 

Louis Arcambal, (temporary) Vice Commiffary of Com- 
mercial Relations, for Maryland. 

Marc Antoine Alexis Giraud, Commiffary of Commer^ 
cial relations, for New-Hampfhire, Maffachufetts, 
Rhode-Ifiand, and Connecticut, 

From the kingdom of Spain. 
Chevalier de Yrujo, Minifter Plenipotentiary. 
Thomas Stoughton, (temporary) Conful General. 
Antonio Argote Villalpbus, Conful for Virginia, and 

Kentucky. 
Jean Baptifta Barnabeu, Conful for Maryland. 
Diego Murphy, Conful for North and South Carolina. 
Phelipi Fatio, Conful for Pennfylvania. 
Don Manuel llengel, Conful for Georgia. 
Ivan Stoughton, Conful for New-Hmmpfhire, Maffaclm* 

fetts, Connecticut, Rbode-Ifland and Vermont. 
Jofef Wifeman, Vice-Conful at Newport. 

From the Kingdom of Portugal. 
John Abram, Vice Conful at New-York, 
"fames F. Vercnock, vice-Conful for South-Carolina? 
Richard Godman, Vice-Conful for Maffachufetts. 

From the Batavian Republic. 
R. G. Van Polanen, Minifter Refident. 
Adrian Yalck, Conful for Maryland and Virginia. 



123 

Jan Rofmen Graves, C«*ful for South Carolina and Geor- 
gia. 
J. H. C. Heiiieken, Commercial Agent, Pennsylvania* 

From Prufiia. 
Johann Emit. Chriftian Schultz, Conful, Baltimore, 

From Sweden. 
Richard Soderftrom, Conful General. 
Jofeph Winthrop, Vice Conful, Charlefton S. Carolina. 
Jonathan Swift, Columbia, and the ports on the Potomac- 
Charles F. Deyen, Vice Conful for New-Hainp(hire f 

Maffichufetts, and Rhode Ifland. 
Henry Gahn, Vice Copful for New- York and Connecti- 
cut 

John Cowper, Vice Conful for Norfolk and all ©tber 

ports in Virginia, except thofe on the Potomac 
John Barttz, Vice Conful -for North Carolina. 
Peter Collin, Vice Conful for Maryland. 

Northweftern Territory. 
Arthur St. Clair, Governor, 
Charles Willing Byrd, Secretary. 
James Findlaye. Marfhal, ? ,. . ,.«.*,,«,. 

William McMillan, Attorney, $»or thtdiftuftoiOhw. 
John Cleves Symmes, Chief Juftice. 
Jofeph Ginnan, j - , 

Return Jona. Meigs, jun. $J U *& S * 

Miflifippi Territory* * 
William C. C. Claiborne, Governor* 
John Steele, Secretary. 
Seth Lewis Chief Juftice. 
Peter Bryan Bruin, 2d judge. 
Daniel Tilttfn, 3d do. 

Indianna Territory, , 

William H. Karrifon 7 Governor. 



1^4 

John GiMbfi, Secretary. 
"William Clark, chief Juftice. 
Henry Vanderburgh, 2d Judge. 
,©hn Griffin, 3d do. 



Receivers of Public money for Lands. 
James Findiay, at Cincinnati. 
Elijah Backus, at Marietta. 
Zaccbeus Biggs, at Srenbenville. 
Samuel Findley, at Chiiicothe. . 

Hegifters IPthe Land Office of the United States. 
David Hoge, Regifcer, Steubenville-. 
Peregrine .Fofler, do. Marietta. 
Ifrael Ludlow, do. Cincinnati. 
Thomas Worthington, do. Chiiicothe, 



Supcrvilbrs of the Revenue. 



M.affd£hifetts s 

>Ccnnefticut, 

Vermont, 
~Ne"iv-Y$rky 
"New J erfey , 
Petmfyivania, 
Delaware, 
Mary/and, 
. Virginia, 
Tfsrtb - Carolina, 
South- Carolina, 
Georgia, 
Kentucky, 
Ttnncffee, 



Nathaniel Rogers. 
Jonathan jackfon. 
John S; Dexter. 
Epbraim Kirby. 
Nathaniel Brufti. 
Samuel Ofgood. 
James Linn. 
Peter Muhlenberg. 
Andrew Barrett. 
John Kilty. 
Edward Carrington. 
William Polk. 
Daniel Stephens. 
John Matthews. 
Thomas Marfhall. 
John Overton. 



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Officers of the Revenue Department* 



For the diftrict of Maflachufetts. 
Benjamin Lincoln, Collector, for the ports of Boftoji 

and Charleftown. 
Benjamin Weld, Deputy Collector. 
James Lovell, Naval Officer. 
Thomas VjLcMU, Surveyor and Infpector of excife. 



S.iicm* 



Beverly, 

Marb/ehead, 

Ne-u/burjpert) 



Gloucefier^ 

Jpfivich, 

Ply mouthy 

Bar?, /table, 

N.v/txcket, 

Edgartown, 

Ne-w-Bedferd, 

DightGV) 

Rebobotb, 

Tork, 

Btddeford and 

Pepperelboro'y 

Portland^ 

Bath, 

Wdldcuorcugh) 
Penobfcety 



jofeph Hiller, collector, 
William Pickman, naval officer. 
Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
Jofiah Bacheld@r> furveyor. 
Samuel RufTell Gerry, collector. 
Dudley Atkins Tyng, co lector. 
Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer. 
Michael Hodge, furveyor. 
"William Tuck, collector. 
Samuel Whittemore, furveyor. 
Ala Andrews, collector. 
Jeremiah Stamford, furveycr. 
William Watfon, coilector. 
Levi Blount, furveyor. 
Jofeph Otis, collector. 
Stephen Hufiey, collector. 
John Peafe, collector. 
Edward Pope, collector. 
Hodijah Baylis, collector. 
Lemuel Waytt, collector. 
Jofeph Tucker, collector. 

> Jeremiah Hill, collector. 

Nathaniel Fadre Foftick, colleger. 
James Lunt, furveyor. 
William Webb, collector. 
Francis Cook, collector. 
Waterman Thomas, collector* 
Benjamin jar vis. coilector. 
L 2 



Fr*nchman J s~Bay } Mclatlah Jordon, coile&or* 
Machias, Stephen Smith, collector. 

Faffamr/zaquoddj/, Lewis F. Delefclernier, collecTor. 

Tho's B. Wait, furveyor & infpt&or. 
Thomnft$Tii Thomas Vofe, furveyor. 

Ktnnibunkj Jonas Clark, Collector. 

Diftrict of New -Hampshire. 
Portfmoutby Jofeph Whipple, collector* 

Samuel Adams, furveyor & infpector* 



Diftria 



Pro-vzdeticej 



Patuxet, 

Norib-Kingfion, 

E<ift-Greenivi'ch 7 

Warren and 

Harrington y 

Srifidt, 

PaucaiKck, 



Diftrict of Vermont. 
David RufTel, collector. 



of Rhode-Ifland and Providence. 
William Ellery, collector. 
Robert Cooke, naval officer, 
Daniel Lyman, furveyor, 
Jeremiah Olney, collector. 
William Barton, furveyor. 
Ebenez<*r Thompfon, naval officer. 
Jofeph Aborn, furveyor. 
D. Eklredge Updike, furveyor. 
Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 

> Nathaniel Phillips, furveyor. 

Samuel Bofworth, furveyor, . 
George Stillman, furveyor. 



Diftrict of Connecticut. 

NewLondov, jedidiah Huntington, collector. 

Nathaniel Richards, furveyor. 
fonathaa Trott, 1 
Ebenezer Goddard (. a 
Sam 1 Whittimore, I v 
Henry Jcpfon, J 
Nathaniel Saltonilall, jum weigher, 
ineafurcr ? and guagcr% 



Stoningtofty 
MiddktQV)ti % 



New-Haver?) 

Fairfield, 
Siybro$k) 



127 

Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor, 
Alexander Wolcott, collector. 
Lambertnn Cooper, furveyor. 
Robert Warner, 7 . r a 
Ifaac Williams, r nfpeft ° rS * 
Samuel Bifhop, collector. 
William Munfen, furveyor. 
Samuel Smedley, collector. 
Richard Dickifon, furvcyor. 



Federal Officers. 

For the Internal Revenue, Conne&icut. 
Ephraim Kirby, fupervifor. 
Infpeftors. Francis Hazard, New London. Shubael 
Breed, Norwich. Dyer White, New-Haven. Thomas 
Chefter, Hartford. Matthew T. Ruffell, Middletown. 
Heeekiak Ripley, Windham. Ephraim Grant, Tolland. 
Samuel Rowland, Fairfield. 

Marihal of Connefticut, 

Philip P. Bradley, ofRidgfield. 
Deputies.— Jofhua Huntington, of Norwich; r ehu 
Brainard, Hezehiah Clark, of New-Haven ; Samuel Can- 
field, of Middletown ; Simon Clark, of Hartford ; — — 
Keeler, ofRidgfield, 

Poit- Office Eftablifhment. 

RATES OF POSTAGE 
For Letters conveyed by land, Tingle, double arid triple. 
Any diitance not exceeding 40 miles 8 cents, 
over 40 ■■■■ ■■ 90 10 

90 —_ — 150 _ 12 1-2 

,-ip — — — 300 17 

~— 500 • --«--«• 25 



double letters are double, and triple letters, triple ef 
thefe rates, A packet of the weight of one ounce, at 
the rate of four fingle letters, and in like proportion for 
owe of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters pafling by fea, in packet boats, the pro- 
perty of the United States, 8 cents each ; double letters 
16 cents > and triple letters 24 cents. All letters or 
packets by private veftels, 2 cents each, with the addi- 
tion of poftage, if deftined to any other plaice than where 
the v fiel may arrive. 

No vefTel can be permitted to report, make entry, or 
break bulk, until the mafler has delivered to the Pofl- 
Mafter all the letters brought in his vefTel, except thofe 
for the owner or confignee. 

POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. 

Each paper not carried over ioo miles, one cent, and 
over iqo miles, one and an half cents. But if carried 
to any Poll-Office in the ftate in which it is printed, 
whatever be the alliance, the poftage is only one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the fheet. 

Any diftance not exceeding 50 miles oae cent. Over 
50 and not exceeding ico miles, one and an half cents. 
Any greater diftance, two cents. 

.Lift of Poft-MafterS) in the citiet and principal teuns in 
the Vmtul States. 

Maine, Monmouth-, John Chandler, 

Portland, Samuel Freeman, 

Bath, D. Sewail, 

Plymouth, William Goodwin, 

Brunfwick, Andrew Deming, 

Wells, fofephStorcr, 
1st ew -Ramp fair e, Walpole, Alexander Thomas, 

Portfmouth, Mark Simes, 

Mjffachtfetts, Bofton, Jonathan Hatting?, 



Sales* 

Dedham, 

Nantucket, 

Northampton, 

Wifcaflfet, 

Williamftewn, 

Greenfield, 

New-Bedford, 

Stockbridge, 

Springfield, 

Rhode Ifland, Newport, 

Providence, 

South-Kingflon, 

Briftol, 

Wefterly, 

Connecticut, Hartford, 

New- Ha ven, 

New-London, 

Norwalk, 

Guilford, 

Saybrook, 

Norwich, 

Stratford, 

Derby, 

Wallingford, 

Eaft-Haddam, 

Bridgport, 

Windham, 

Stonington, 

Plainfield, 

Colchefter, 

Suffield, 

Middletown, 

Pomfret, 

Lyme, 

Wethersfield, 

Killingworth, 

Fairfield, 



129 

JobnDabney, 
J. Shuttle worth, 
William Coffin, 
Levi Lyman, 
Ebenezer Whither, 
William Starkweather, 
Thomas Dickman, 
W. >~oby, 
Horatio Ones, 
J. B vers, 
J. rVchardfon, 
V'illiam ' • ilkinfon, 
Samuel E <3 irdiner, 
HezekLh U(h?r, 
Rowfe Babcock, 
Ezekiel ^ alliums, Jr. 
Kltas Beers, 
Richard Douglafs, 2d. 
William Lockwood, 
Me dad f Srone ; 
Humphrey Pratt, 
Gardiner Carpenter, 
V. Wetmore, 
S. J, Andrews, 
James Carrington, 
.Tames Green, 
•Charles Boftwick, 
John Byrne, 
Samuel Trumbull, 
Ebenezer Eaton, 
Samuel A. Peters, 
William Gay, 
Weafley Hobby, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, 
Mar m field ParfoiiSj 
Levi Butler, 
Samuel Crane, 
Thaddeus Burr, 



DanbiJry, 

Stamford, 

Can in, 

Litchfield, 

Farmington, 

Milford, 

New-York, New- York, 

Cr nadarqua, 

Albany, 

Hud fori, 

L^nungburgh, 

Geneva, 

Newbur , 

Troy, 

S^g- Harbour, 

Ne-cu'Jcrfej, Trenton, 

Newark, 

Burlington, 

Elzabethtcwn, 

Middieton-joint, 

Pennfylvania y Philadelphia. 

Lancafter, 

Chefter, 

BriftoJ, 

Pittfburgh, 

Wilkeibarre, 

Delaware, Wilmington, 

Maryland, Baltimore, 

Annapolis, 

Georgetown, 

Havre de GrafTe, 

Virginia, Alexandria, 

Norfolk, 

Williamfburg, 

Richmond, 

New-London, 

Peterfburgh, 

Sot4tb-C*roIina } Charleflon, 



3° 

EbenezerR. White, 
A. Davenport, 
O. Burrill, 
Frederick Wolcott, 
Samuel Richards, 
Wm. Durand, 
Sebaftian Bauman, 
Thomas h:pi:i, 
George W. Mancius, 
C Gelfton, 
J. B. NhM-n, 
E. II Gordon, 
~ — CaldwriiJ 
J. Woe worth, 
H P. D'iring, 
Peter G or con, 
J- Burns, 
T. N :i», 
T. Chapman, 
D- Foreman, 
Robert Palton, 
G Moore, 
Aaron Cobourn, 
Jofepb Clum, 
George Adams, 
Lord Butler, 
Edward Gilpin, 
Alexander FurnivaT, 
S. Green, 
Richard Foufl, 
Samuel Jay, 
James M. M'Rea, 
Edward Archer, 
James Davis, 
Auguftin Davis, 
H. W. Lange, 
John Grammer, 
Thomas \V. Bacor, 



Georgetown, 
Vermont. Wind/or^ 

Burlington, 
Bennington, 
Rutland, 



'3 1 

Abraham Cohen, 
B. Comens, 
John Fay, 
Micah J. Lyman, 
Nathaniel Grove, 



N. IV. Territory, Marietta, J. Mnnro. 



Legiflature of the United States. 



New- Hampfiirc, 
James hheaff, 
Simeon Olcott. 

MafachufettS. 
Dwight Fofter, 
Jonathan M»fon. 

Rhode J/W, 
Theodore F otter, 
Chriflopher Ellery. 
Co7inciYicut, 
James Hillhoufe, 
Uriah Tracy. 

New-Tork, 
Gouverneur Morris, 
John Armftrong. 

Neiv-Jerfej) 
Jonathan Dayton, 
Aaron Ogdsn. 

T?ennfjlvania % 
James Rpfs, 

De la-war e^ 
Samuel White, 
William H. Wells. 



SENATE. 

Aaron Burr, Prefident. 



Maryland, 
John E. Howard, 
Robert Wright. 

Virginia, 
Stephen T. Mafon, 
vVilfon C. Nicholas. 

North- Cat $ Una \ 
David Itone, 
Jefle Franklin. 

: South-Caroling t 
Jacob Read, 
John Ewing Calhoun, 

Georgia, 
Abraham Baldwin, 
James Jackfon. 

Vermont, 
Nathaniel Chipmrn, 
Stephen R* Bradley. 

Kentuckey, 
John Brown, 
John Brackenridge. 

Tennrflec, 
John Anderfon, 
Daniel Smith. 



Bilhop Claggct, Cbaphin, 



132 

HOUSE op REPRESENTATIVES. 



"New- HampJbirC) 
Abiel Fofter, 
Jofeph Pierce, 
Samuel Tenney, « 
George B. Upham. 
Mtifachufetts, 
John Bacon, 
Phanuei Bifhop, 
Manaflah Cutler, 
Richard Cutts, 
William Euftis, 
Silas Lee, 

Ebenezer Mattooa, 
William Shepherd, 
Jofiah Smith, 
Nathan Read, 
Jofeph 5. Varnnm, 
Peleg Wadfworth, 
Lemuel Williams, 
Setii Haftings. 

Rhode Iflandy 
Thomas Tillingbaft, 
Jofepfc Stanton, jun. 

Connecticut, 
John Davenport,^ 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Eiias Perkins, 
John C. Smith, 
Benjamin Talma dge. 

Vermont, 
Ifrael Smith, 
Lewis R- Morris. 
New-York, 
Theodoras Baiky, 



Speaker. 
Lucas Elmendorf, 
Samuel L. Mitchell, 
Thomas Morris, 
Kilian K. Van RemTellear, 
David Thomas, 
John Smith, 
Philip Van Cortlandt> 
John P. Van Nefs, 
Benjamin Walker, 

Newjcrfey % 
John Condit, 
Ebenezer Elmer, 
William Helmes, 
James Mott, 
Henry Southard. 

Fennfjlvania y 
Thomas Boude, 
Robert Brown, 
Andrew Gregg, 
Jofeph Hemphill, 
Jofeph Heifter, 
William Jones, 
John A. Hanna, 
John Stewart, 
John Smilie, 
Michael -Leib, 
Ifaac Van Home, 
Henry Wood, 
William Hoge. 

Maryland, 
Samuel Smith, 
John Archer, 
John Campbell, 
John Dennis, 
Daniel Heifier, 
Jofeph H. Nicholfon, 



Thomas Plater, 
Richard Sprigg. 

DcLnvart, 
James A. B.yard. 
Virginia, 
Richard Brent, 
Samuel J. Cabell, 
Thomas Claiborne, 
Matthew Clay, 
John Clopton, 
John Dawfon, 
\Tilliam B. Giles, 
Edwin Gray, 
David Holmes, 
George Jackfon, 
Thomas Newton, jun 
Anthony New, 
John Randolph, jun. 
John Smith, 
John Strattori, 
John Trigg, 
Abraham Trigg, 
John Taliafero, jun. 
Philip R. Thomfon. 

North Carolina, 
Willis Alfton, 
William B. Grove, 

Nathaniel Macon, Speaker 



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Archibald Henderfoi, 
fames HolLnd, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
Richard Stanford, 
John Stanley, 
Charles Johnfon, 
Robert William5 f 



South- Caroling 
William Butler, 
Benjan.in Huger, 
Thorn,: s l.oundes, 
Thomas Moore, 
John Rutltdge, 
Thomas Sumprer. 
Georgia, 
Benjamin Taliafero, 
John Milledge. 

Kentucky, 
Thomas T Davis, 
John Fowler. 

Tenneffee, 
William Dickion. 

N. W. Territory, 
Paul Fearing. 

MiJJiftppi Territory 
Narfworthy Hnnter. 
John Beckley, Clerk. 



Governors of the feveral States* 

Neiv-Hampjhire, John T. Gihnan, 
lAaflachufctts, Caleb Strong, 



Rhode Ifland, 
Connecticut, 
Vermont, 
New York, 
Neii'-Jerfty, 



Arthur Fenner, 
Jona. Trumbull, 
Ifaae Tichenor, 
George Clinton, 
Jofeph BloomiieM, 

M 



134 



Pennfylvania^ 

Delaware, 

JVLirylandy 

Virginia^ 

North Carolina, 

South Carolina , 

Georgia , 

Kentucky , 

Tennej]ee % 

Miffifippi, 

N. W. Territory 

Indianna, 



Thomas M ; Kean,' 
David Hall. 
J.Francis Mercer, 
James Monroe, 
Benj. WilHams, 
]ohn Drayton, 
Joftah Tatnall, 
James Garrard, 
Archibald Roane, 
W.C.C. Claiborne, 
Arthur St. Clair. 
Wm H. Harrifon, 



Lift of the Courts in the New-England 
States, for each month. 

NOT£.**-S.F.C. flan As for Supreme Federal Court. CF. 
C. Circuit Federal Court. D. F. C. DiftricJ Federal 
Court. SJ.C. Supreme judicial Court. S.C Supreme 
Court. SCE. Supreme Court of Errors. C. P. Com- 
mon Pleas. C.C. County Court. 



JANUARY begins on Fri- 
day, 31 days. 
S.C. Windham, Con. 

ift Tuef. 
v . Burlington, ift do. 
— -Windham, V.* ft do. 
» Middlebury, 3d dof 

— Nor\vich, 4th do. 
akern. at N. and N. L 

— Fairfield, 2d Tuef. 

siltern. at F. & D. 
•— - Rutland, ift Tuefday 

after 4th do. 

CP. Bofton and Fsrtf- 

m6uth, ift do. 



C.P. Warren, Lenox, 

and Briftol, 2dMond. 

— Northampton and 
Eaftgreenwich, 3d do. 

C.C. Danville, id do. 

— Rochefter, 3d Tuef, 



FEBRUARY begins on 

Monday, 28 days. 
D.F.C Windfor, lftMond. 
. Newport, ift Tuef* 

N. Haven, 3d do. 

S.J.C. Dsdham, ift do. 

Bofton, 2d do. 

S.Q. Portsmouth, ift do. 
— - Hartford, 3d do. 



*35 



S C. Litchfield, ift Tuef. 
— Manchefter, j'd Tuef. 

next following 4tb in 

January. 

. Dover, 4th Tuef. 

C.P. S Kingfton, 2d Mond. 

. Portland 3d Tuef. 

C.C. Tollaflflf 2d do. 
. Burlington, Vt. laft 

do. favc one. 



MARCH begins on Mon- 
day, 31 days. 
D F.C Pownalb. 1 ft Tuef. 
_ — - Salem&i'ortfniouth, 

3d do. 
S.C Newport, ill Mon. 

. Eriftol, 2d do. 

■ — ; — Providence, 3d do. 
CP. HaverbilljN.H. lit Tu. 
■ — - Iplvvic^, 2d do. 

-~ Augufta, 3d do. 

— Nantucket, Tu. ntxt 
prec d. Ia$: Tuefday. 

»_ — Concord, Mond prec. 
3d Tuefday. 

^ Wercefler,Mond. pre- 
ceding 4th do, 

I ~ P.^rrdUbl.e & Amherft, 

laA do. 

C C. Middkbnry,!^ Mond. 

St. Albans, 2d do. 

Woojitock, 3d do. 

■ New Haven &■ Hart- 

ford, 3d Tuef. 

Rutland, 3d do. 

— Litchfield and Craftf- 
bury, 4tUdo. 



CC. Haddam, laft Tuefd. 

APRIL begins onThurfday, 

30 days. 
C.FC Providence, iflday. 

Bolton, 8th day. 

N. Haven, 15th day; 

— Portfmou. 23d day* 
S. ].C. Concord, 20 Tuef. 

- — Jpfwich, 3d do. 

Vv'orcefrer,4th do. 

—7— York, 2d Tuefd, af- 
ter 3d do. 

S.C. E. Greenwich, 2d Mon. 

— S Kin&fton, 4th do. 
C.P. K,ene, ifl Tuefii. 

— Lenox, 2d Mond. 
— - Plymouth, 2d Tuefd. 

— Bolton, York, and Ed- 
gartcn, 3d do. 

— Tauntca, Mond. pre* 
ceding 3d do. 

— Dedfaarn, laft do. 
C.C. 'Fairfield, 3d do. 

MAY begins on SaturdaJ* 

31 days. 
C.FC Portland, ifl day. 
-«_. — ; Wire! for, 5th day. 

. _ Albany, 20ih day. 

DFC. Pv u tl 3 . r, d , id Mon. 

■—. — Providence, 2d Tu. 

Hartford, 3d do. 

J.C. North am p. 2d Tuef. 

next aft, 4th in A.p. 
— — Lenox, 3d do. next 

aft, 4th do. in do. 



136 



S J.C. Portland, 4th Tuef 

next ift 3d in do. 
tS.C H >pkinton, ift Tuef. 

Char':ft N H. 3d do. 

CP. Caftme, ift do. 

■ Pow n al boro . 2d M d n . 

■ ' " - Concord, VIond prec. 

3 i Tuefday. 

— N wport, 3d Mond. 

- Northampton & i J ro 
vidence, 4th Mond. 



JUNE begins on Tuefday, 

30 days 
S.F.C. Washington, rftMo 
DPC Bofton, 4th Tuef 
•— Exetet & Portland, 

3 J Tuefday. 
S.J C AugulU, 6th Tuefd. 

next aft. 3d in Ap 
— — Pownaib. 8th Tuef 

next aft. 3d in Ap. 

ft --- Barnftable, 3d Tuef 

~r Piymouth,4i"hTuef. 

« — : Ciftine, 10th Tiief 

next aft. 3d in Ap. 
S.C Piymouth,N.H ift Tu. 
€.P Briftol, ift Mond 

— — vorcefter, Mon pre- 
ceding 2d Tuefday. 
•— — Portland, 3d Tuefd. 
C.C. Manchester, ift Mon. 
■ Newfane and Chelfea, 

2d Monday. 
— «— N. London, 2d Tuef. 
*— — Brunfwick,Vt. 3d Mo. 
*■—«■ Danville, laft do. 



JULY begins on Thurfday, 

31 days. 
S.C. Middletown,]aftTuef<i 
day fa ye one. 
alt. at M. and Had. 

— Tolland, laft Tuefday 

fave t\w|. 

— New- Haven, laft Tu. 
P. Bofton, ift do. 

— Salem, 2d do. 

AUGUST begins on Sunday, 

31 days. 
D.F.C. Windfor, jftMond. 
— — Newport, ift Tuef. 

— N Haven, 3d do; 
S.J.C Dedham, ift do. 
— -—Bofton, 2d do. 
S-G. Newfane, ift do, 

— Danbury, Tft do. 
alt. at D. &Fairf'd. 

— Litchfield and Wood*' 
ftock, Vt. 3d Tuef. 

— . Chelfea, ad Tuefday 
next follow. 3d do. 

— Danville, 3d Tuefday 
next follow. 4th do. 

— Newport, 4th Mond. 
C. P. Plymouth & Exeter, 

2d Tuefday. 
Southkingft. 2d Mond. 

E, Greenwich, 3d do. 

. Machias and Augufta, 

% Windham, & (Sman* 

town, 3d do. 

3d Tuefday. 
— — Northampton & Top* 
ham, 4th Monday* 



C.P. 



m 

^Watcrboro^4thTuer.jOCTOBER be S ; B , on Fri-' 

SEPTEMBEU l^TTn C FC. wkffct^th day. 

C F L. Hartfonl, 25th day. I , qth dflV 

D.F.C. Pownalb. .ft Tuef. - 
■ Salem, 2d 



Portfmouth,3d do. 

S. j.C. Lenox&VVe]ls.2ddo 
— — - Northampton &-Port 
land, 3d do 



fler, 4th *!©. 

PownalborougH, firft 

Tuef. next If. 4th 
S.C. Hartford and Dover. 
I ft Tuefday. 

Windham and Exeter 

3d Tuei'day. 

Hi London, 4th Tuef. 

alt. at N. L. and N. 

! Briftol, ad Mon 

rr~ Evidence, 3d do. 
C.P. Worcester, Mon. next 

preced. ift Tuef. 
Concord and Taunton J 

2d Monday. 



—- — Boficn and Albany, 

25th day. 
S.J.C. Taunton, 3d Tuef. 
— — - — Cambridge,4th do. 
S.C. Amherft, ift c > . 
Keene, 3d do. 



— S£S« Worce -I— ?^«^m# m 



c 



S.Kingfton, ' ad do, 
Boflon, Nartucket, jfc 
Newburyp. liiTuei; 

Lenox, 2d Mend. 

N.Glouceft. 3d Tuef. 

Tilbury & Biddeford, 

Jafl Tuefday. 



NOVEMBER begins on 
Monday, 30 days. 
CF.C. Newport, nth day, 
jD.F.C. Rutland, ift MoBp 
I Providence fc Hart- 
's r P * f^^ 3d Tuef ' 
Hopkintonr ift Tuef ft^fe N ^J* 
Plymouth,* h, 2d do r P xw,.k ft do - 

- -Charleft. i.„. 4t!l £ ^T^*^ 

— — Dedbam ?nd r^- I « p t} !lt Monday. 

jgftTuef Caft " ie ' -'~r 3rn ^ 'ftl-Lf. 
C G. «!l,nd, 2ri Tuer t*mbr«£e, 3 d Mend. 

Wooditock,V 3dMo.', _£ MP 6 " 1 ' ** t,p - 

-7- Eurlbgton ,'v hft do ' n , " 0Wn ' 2d d °- 

iave f wo.' ^ d °'l D * , ; 1 '" r > ««i ftoU«,d, 

»t. Aioans, 2d Men* 
M 2* 



i38 



CC. Norwich and New-Ha- 
ven, 4th Tuefd. 
*— — Brownington, Vt. 4th 

Monday. 

DECEMBER begins Wed- 

nefday, %i days. 
S.F C. Wafliington, lftMo, 
D-F..C. Bofton & Portland, 
iftTuefday. 

— Ex.ter, 3d Tuef. 

S.C. Haddam, 2d do. 
alt. at H. and M. 
— — Toliand, 3d do. 



CP, 



CC 



New- Haven, 4th TtU 

St. Albans, laft JVlond; 

Worcefter, Mond. pre- 
ceding lit do. 

Taunton, Mond. pre- 
ceding 2d do. 

Augufta, 2d Tuef. 

Providence, 3d Mond. 

Windham, 2d Tuef. 

Newfane, andChelfea, 
2d Monday. 

Bennington and Lu- 
nenburg, 3d do. 



ROADS. 



(No. I.) 


Providence 


10 


W a l p oIe 8 


Road to Nevjport. 




_ 


Dedham 6 


Grot on miles 4 




6S 


R-oxbur/ 3 


Stonington 5 


(No. III.) 




Boftoa 9 


Paueatuc bridge 5 


Middle Road to P 


ro- 


■ .i .i 


Charleitown 8 


videncefa Bofton. 


192 


Tower Hill 17 


Turnpike, Mont- 


(No. IV.) 


Ferry 3 


ville 


1 
1 


From Bofton to 


Newport - 7 


Norwich 


1 


Ncwburyport 45 


-p. 


Liibon 


6 ■ From Newbury- 


49 


Plain field 


8 port to Portf- 


(No. II.) 


Voluntown 


4| mouth 22 


Lvtver Road to Pr& 


Scituafee 


1 1 Prcm Portfmoutb 


vidence. 


— Manchefler 


3! to Portland 62 


To Towerhill 39 


Providsnck 


1 2' From Portland to 


North-Kingfton 6 


Attleborough 


9 Machias 203 


Greenwich 10 


— Holmes 


4 


- ■ - 


y.i'UnS-Mili 3 


NVrenton 


5 


1 33^ 



(No.V.) 
Road t» Hartford 

by MLddletewn 
Montville, 7 

— Otis, 4 
—Chamberlain, 3 
Colcheter, 6 

— Arnold, io 

— Brown, 9 
Over the Ferry 
toMiddletown, 
Rocky-Hill, 7 
Wethersflelel, 4 
Hartford, 4 

55 
(No. VI) 

lforfd/<? Dartmouth 
College. 

Montville, 

Norwich, 

Franklin, 

Windham, 

Afhford 

Union, 

Brimfield, 

Palmer, 

Belchertown 

Amherft, 

Sunderland, 

Montague, 

Northfield, 

Hinfdale, 

Chcfterfield, 



Weftmoreland, 

Walpole, 

Charlertown, 

Claremont, 

Cornifh, 

Plainrkld, 

Lebanon, 

College, 



»8 7 

Road to New- Ha- 
ven and New- 
York. 

Lyme, 1 5 

Acrofs the Ferry! 
to Saybrook, 

Killingwortb, 

Guilford, 

'Branford, 

New Haven, 

Miltord, 

Stratford, 

Fairfield, 

Norwalk, 
tamford, 

Horfeneck, 

Rye, 

iYlerineck, 

New-Rochel, 

Kingfbrulge, 

New -York, 



From New-Y«rk U 

Philadelphia. 

Newark, 10 

Elizabethtown, 6 

io|Woodbridge, 10 

5 ; Brunfwick, 10 

Ten Mile Run, 10 

Princeton, 8 

Trenton, 12 

Briitol, 10 

Penny- Peck, 10 

Frankfort, 5 

Philadelphia, 5 



96 

From Philadelphia 

to Alexandria. 

10'Derby, 7 

lOjChefter, 8 

9| Wilmington, 13 

ioiChriftianbridge, 9 

4iHead Elk, 12 

9 Charleftown, 10 

Acrofs the Sufque- 



hannah, 
Baltimore, 
6 t Rope Ferry, 
Spurrier's, 
Rofe's, 
Alexandria, 



145 



7 
38 
8 
8 
8 
28 

7^6 



i io 

TABLE 

tie-wing tht tiftrenee of High-Water at ftveral pbces from 
Mew- London. 
Thefrxth column of each monthly page mews the time 
of High-Water at New-London, New York, Elizabeth- 
town-Point, Tarpaulin- Cove, Cape-Henlopen, Ccck- 
Spur, in Georgia, and Bruofwick, in North-Carolina— to 
which if you add and fubtracT: as in the annexed table, 
vou will have the time of high water at the following 
places. — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities of time 
snuft be added ; (S) fubtrafted— H ftands for hours, M 
for minutes. 

H . m . I Mimes of Places. 



Names of Pieces 

Albany A 6 

Amboy S o 

Annapolis, Mar. S 2 

Annapolis, Nvvfc* A 3 

Kewbedford $ * 

Bofton A 2 

Burlington A o 

Canfo A 2 

Cape-Ann A 2 

Cape Fear S 1 

Cafco Bay A 2 

Charlefton bar 5 2 

Fairfield -4 2 

Frederiea,G^?ff/^, 5 i 

Georgetown bar S z 

Guilford A i 

Kackenfack A 3 

Halifax A 3 

Kell-Gate A o 

Hartford A 2 

Hingham S * 

Huntington A 2 

Ipfwich A 2 

jamssTown A o 

Xi.ngftown, Efip. A 6 



A 
S 
A 
S 
A 
New-Haven A 

New-Providence S 
New town Landing ^4 
Norwich Landing A 



3<yLouifbourgh 

45; Main Ocean 
ojMobille Point 
o } Nantucket 

12'Newburyport 

15 

20 



i-'enobfcot 
Penfacola 
Philadelphia 
Pifcataway 
Plymouth 
20; Pole pel's Ifland 
30! Port Royal, S.C. 
o.portfmouth 
o' providence 
30' Puriiburgh,S.C 
20;£hiebec 
3?! Reedy Tfland 
o Rhode-Ifland 
45|j>alem 
5QjSandy Hock 
o.Suvunnah 



A 

S 

A 

A 

A 

A 

5 

A 

S 

$ 

A 

A 

S 

A 

S 

s 



H.Tvt. 

3 o 

o 45 
5 o 
1 30 

245 
1 50 

1 25 
1 o 

45 



o 

20 

40 

35 

o 

30 

45 
o 
o 
o 

15 

45 

45 
45 
12 



i4i 



Names of Places, h . M . 
Saybrook Al 1 5 

St. Augufline, B. S 1 23 
St. John's Newt'. ^30 
Sunbury, Gcor. ^030 



Names »f Places. DM* 

Tybee Bar y4 o 15 

White-Stone y< 245 

Williamfburg, V. A 215 

Wilmington, NCJ 2 15 



TABLE 

Of the Intereft on Dollars, Ctnts Sc Mills at 6 per Centi 



Dollars. 
Cents. 

Mills, 


Doliars. 
Cents. 

Mills. 


Dollars. 

Cents. 

Mills. 


Dollars. 

Cents. 

Mills. 


Dollars. 

Cents. 

Mills. 




i Mont , 


§Mont. 


6MW, 


1 Year. 


1 


005 


O 1 5 


030 


6 © 


200 


10 


030 


060 


12 


goo 


I 5 


° 4 5 


090 


18 


400 


020 


060 


120 


24 


500 


025 


7 5 


i 5 


30 


10 


050 


15 


30 


60 


20 


10 


30 


60 


1 20 


30 


15 


45 


90 


1 80 


40 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 


50 


25 


75 


1 50 


300 


60 


30 


90 


1 80 


3 60 


70 


35 


* 5 


2 10 © 


4 20 


80 


40 


1 20 


2 40 


4 80 


90 


45 


1 35 


2 70 


5 40 


00 Q 


o 50 


1 50 


300 


6 O Q 



142 
LIST OF STAMP DUTIES, 

For every "fkin or piece of vellum or parchment, or fheet 
or piece of p<<per, upon which fhall be written or 
printed any or either of the inftruments or writings, 
following, to wit : 

ANY certificate of naturalization —5 dollars. 
Any licence to practice, or certificate of the ad- 
miflion, enrollment or regiftry of any councellor, Soli- 
citor, Advocate, attorney, or praetor, in any court of 
the United States, — 10 dollars. 

Provided, that a certificate in any one of the courts of 
United States, for any one of the faid offices, fnall fo 
far as relates to t'?c payment of the duty aforef.'id, 
be a fufHcicnt admifliou in all the cov.rts of the United 
StMtis, for each and every of the faid ofrices. 
Any grant or letters patent, under the feal or authority 
of the United States (except for lands granted for milita- 
- xy fervices,)— * 4 dollars. 

Any exemplification or certified copy of any fuch grr nt 
or lerters patent (except for lands granted for niiluary 
fervices.) — 2 dollars. ( T dollar. 

Any charter-party, bottomry or refpondent^ bond,— 
Any receipt or discharge lor or on nccount of any !e* 
gacy left by any Will, or other teilamentary instrument, 
or for any (hare or part of a pergonal eftate, divided by 
force of any itatute of distributions other than to the 
wife, children or grand children of the perfon deceaied, 
the amount whereof fhall be above the value of fiity 
dollars, and fbail not exceed the value of one hundred 
dollars, 25 cents. 

When the amount thereof fru.U exceed the value of 
one hundred dollars, znd mail not exceed five hundred 
dollars,— 50 cents. 

And for every further fum of five hundred dollars, the 
additional fum of,— 1 dollar. 

Any policy of jnfurance or inflrnment in nature there- 



M3 

©f, when tlie fum for which infurance is made mall not 
exceed five hundred <.lollars, — 25 cents. 

When the fum infured fhall exceed five hundred dol- 
lars, — 1 dollar. 

Any exemplification of what nature foever, that mail 
pafs the feal of any court, other than fuch as it may be 
the duty of the clerk of fuch court to furnifh for the 
\ife of the United States, or fonie particular ftate,— 
50 cents. 

Any bond, bill fingle or penal, inland bill of exchange, 
promifTory note or other note (other than any recogni- 
zance, bill, bond or other obligation or contract, made 
to or with the United States, or any ftate, or for their 
ufe refpecTively ; and any bonds required in any cafe by 
the laws of the United "States, or of any ftate, upon le- 
gal procefs, or in any judicial proceeding, or for the 
faithful performance of any truft or duty,) 

If above twenty dollars and not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars — locents. 

If above one hnndred and not exceeding five hundred 
dollars, — 25 cents. 

If above five hundred and not exceeding one thoufand 
dollars, — 50 cents. 

And if abore one thoufand dollars,— 75 cents. 

Provided, that if any bonds or notes fhall be payable 
at or within fixty days, fuch bonds or notes fii^ll be fub- 
jeft to only two fifth parts of the duty aforefaid, viz. 

If above twenty and not exceeding one hundred dol- 
lar*,—- 4 cents. 

If above one hundred dollars and not exceeding five 
hundred dollars, — 10 cents. 

If above five hundred dollars and not exceeding one 
thoufand dollars, - 20 cents 

Any foreign bill of exchange, draft or order for the 
payment of money in any foreign country, — 23 cents. 

The faid duty being chargeable upon each and every 
bill of exchange, without refpeft to the number contain- 
ed in each let. 



144 

Any note er bill oflading or writing or receipt in na- 
ture thereof, for goods or merchandize to be exported ; 

If from one diftridt to another dift rid of the United 
States, not being in the fame ftate,— 4 cents. 

If from the United States to any foreign port or place, 
10 cents. 

The faid duty being chargeable upon each and every 
bill of lading without refpeft to the number contained 
in each fet. 

Any notes iffued by the banks now eftablifhed or that 
may be hereafter eftablifhed within the United States, 
other than the notes of fuck of the faid bawks as fiiall 
agree to an annual compofition of one per centum on 
the annual dividends made by fuch banks, to their ftock- 
holders refpe&ively, according to the following fcale : 

On all notes not exceeding fifty dollars, for each dol- 
lar,— 6 milles. 

On all notes above 50 dollars and not exceeding one 
hundred dollars— 50 cents. 

On all notes above one hundred dollars and not ex- 
ceeding five hundred dollars— I dollar. 

On all notes above five hundred dollars— 2 dollars. 

Any proteft or other notarial acT— 25 cents. 

Any letter of attorney, except for an invalid penfion, 
or to obtain or fell warrants for land granted by the 
United states as bounty for military fervices performed 
in the late warr— 25 cents. 

Any inventory or catalogue of any furniture, goods 
or effects, made In any cafe required by law (except in 
cafes of goods and chatties diitrained for rent or taxes, 
and goods taken in virtue of any legal procefs by any 
officer— -50 cents. 

Anv certificates of a fliare in any infurance company, 

If above one thoufand dollars,— 30 cents. 
Of a (hare in the bank of the United States, or of any 
ftate or other bank ; 

If above twenty dollars and not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars— 10 cents. 



M5 

If above one hundred dollars— 25 cents. 
If under twenty dollars, at the rate of ten cents for 
©ne hundred dollars. 

A TABLE (hewing the value of any number of Cents 
from one to one hundred, in Shillings, Pence and Far- 



things 



cts 
x 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 

20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



. d. f. 



3 

1 2 

2 1 

3 ° 

3 2 

4 * 

5 ° 
J 3 



6 2! 34 

7 i ; 35 

8 o 36 

8 3 37 

9 i|38 



o io 0J39 

40 
4- 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 



o 10 3 

ii 2 

1 O I 
I o 



1 3 

2 2 

3 ° 

3 3 

4 2 

5 1 

6 o 



x. */. 
I 63 
1 72 
1 8 1 
1 9 o 
1 9 2 
1 10 1 
1 H o 
1 11 3 
202 

1 1 

2 O 

2 3 

3 1 

4 o 

4 3 

5 2 

6 1 

7 o 

7 3 

8 2 

9 ° 
9 3 



2 10 2 
49 2 11 1 
§o ,'3 o o 



,. i.f. 

302 

3 1 2 

3 2 1 

3 3o 

3 3 2 

3 4 1 

3 5o 

3 5 3 
362 

3 7 1 
380 
3 8 3 

3 9 1 
3 10 o 
3 10 3 

3 11 2 

4 o 1 
1 o 



1 3 

2 2 

3 o 

3 3 

4 4 2 

4 5 1 

6 o 



cts, 
76 
77 
78 

79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 

87 
88 
89 
90 

9i 
92 

93 
94 
95 
96 

97 

98 
99 

100 



x. i. f. 
463 
4 7 * 
4 8 1 
490 
492 
4101 
411 o 
4 11 3 



2 

1 I 

2 o 

2 -» 

3 1 

4 * 

4 3 

5 3 

6 1 

7 » 

7 3 

8 2 

9 o 

9 3 

510 2 

5 ti 1 
600 



Money accounts of the United States are to be ea> 
prcfled in Dollars or Units, Diftnes or Tenths, Cents, or 
Hundredths, and M/7/ex or Thcufandths. A D//W beiag 

["he tenth part of a IW/rfr, a dnt the hundredth part t? 
ZfeMfr, and a M/7/r the thoufandth part of a Dollar. 



& y & ^ 




ws 


w tt 


-•* 


*v 








© o £ O 

© < £ 1 






ILLS 

reign 
ILLS 
ditto, 
itto, ( 
ills of 






H 

W 




^ 












o ^o 

2='° 






c/3 








o w o 




CT2 s2^ 


pis 






2: 









'" CL f» 




5"p 


S*s 




C/J 




Co 




O 




3 

a, 

w 


8* w 


























<«» m- 


•4 




■4 




u 






b 


?! —• 


O 


Ot 


o o* 


" J 


. O tn m 


c 


" » 


P? 


o 


o o 


O bi 


1 O O 


D *> 




ST 5" 




o 


o 


o o 


Q < 


D O O 


vT 




n 























M 






M 




e 


> 


O 


v* 


O tn M 




Otfl •* 


5: 


a 


o 


o 


O Q I l 
















o 


© 


O O 


. 








(V) 


is 


en 

PS 














6 


O ON 

-» O 


' 


f! 1 1 1 


1 I 


l t » 


« O 





M 

> 


n 

a 

09 


















c 


OS 












*J 


■sx 


M ♦-* 





Cl <3 




1 »» « ♦ 


t 1 


J i « 


1 t tn 





-n O 


E : * 
















v 


















r 


»d? 








O O 






g 


















•n 


*< ~ 




















° 


. <t> 





TABLE, 
IN wWch the different Currencies, throughout 
the United States, from one farthing to a thouj'cind 
pounds, are reduced to an equivalent value in 
Dollars, Cents, and Mills. 
g^T Note, 10 Mills make one Cent, ioo Cents one 
Dollar. 



1 


#. Engl. 


A'. York. 


A.Jtrfey. 


S. Care;:. 




&c &c. 


&C.&C. 


&C.&C. 


&c. 


IT 


dTUsxT. 


Dolls. Ct. 


DollsXt. 


Do/.Ct M. 


i 


3.333 


2,50 


2,66§ 


4,2tv6 


2 


6,665 


5,oo 


&,32i 


h$%* 


3 


10, oo 


7,50 


8^0; 


*2,S5, 7 


> 


*3v33l 


j 0,00 


io,66f 


17,14,3 


5 


i6 ; 66i 


12,50 


i3,33i 


2! ,42 ; Q 


6 


2q,00 


15,00 


16, CO 


25,71,4 


7 


2 3'33^ 


17-5° 


1 8,6 6 § 


30,4 0,0 


8 


26,66§ 


20,00 


21,33-3 


34.28.6 


9 


30, co 


22 »5° 


24,00 


38,57, 1 


JO 


33,333 


25,00 


26,665 


~i ? ,*5>7 


1 1 


3 6,66f 


27,50, 


29,333 


47,14,3 


i~ 


4c,co 


30,00 


32,00 


5i»42,9 


J3 


43.33s 


3^5o 


34,66§ 


55>7i,4 


14 


46.66J 


35,oo 


• 37 > 3 3^ 


60,00,0 


15 


5°» 00 , 


37,50 


40,00 


64,28,6 


16 


53»33s 


40,00 


42,66f 


68,57* 


17 


56 : 66f 


42,50 


45»33s 


72,85.7 


18 


60,00 


45>°° 


48,00 


77,14,3 


*9 


6 3?3rf 


47»5° 


5 o ? 66| 


?T,42,9 


• 20 


66,661 


5000. 


53>33f 


1 §5,7i,4 


30 


ICOjCO 


75,00 


80,00 


128,57,1 


40 


*33>33i 


100,00 


io6,66f 


! i7S42,9 


50 


i66 ( 66f 


125,00 


133,335 


j 214,28,6 


3 00 


3 3 3,3 3 3 


250. CO 


366,665 


f 428,57,1 


200 


666, 66§ 


500,00 


533)33i 


| 857,14,3 


s°° 


1666, 66§ 


I 250,00 


i333,33i 


12142,85.7 


I0C0 


3333>rA 


25:0,00 


2666,66-1 


|4*8j,7«,4 



ATA 


BL 


E of Simple Interest at 6 per Cent. 


Fo 


r any S 
Mon. 


urn from 20*. 


to£.i 


000. 




i 


| 3 Mon. j 6 Mon. 


A Year. 


£■ 


s. 


a. 


$ 


J. &'. q. 


s. 


*::*; 


s. 


'd.q. 


1 





1 


O 


032 





7 


1 


2 1 


2 





2 


1 


070 


1 


2 


2 


4 3 


3 





3 


2 


10 3 


1 


9 2 


3 


7 


4 





4 


3 


1 2 1 


2 


4 2 


4 


9 


5 





6 





1 6 


3 





6 





6 





7 





1 9 2 


3 


•7 


1 


2 


i 





3 


1 


2 104 


2 


4 





9 


2 


2 4 3 4 


9 2 


9 


7 


9 





10 


3 


2 8 1 j 5 


4 s 


10 


9 


£. 


/. 


j. 


£. 


/. j, d.\ l. 


i. d. 


L 


s. tit. 


7o 





1 





0300 


60 





12 


20 





2 





O 60O 


12 O 


1 


4 O 


3° 





a 





9 0! 


l8 O 


1 


16 


4° 





4 





0120 


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A TABLE fhewing the Par value of the prefent and 
deferred fix per cent. Stock of the United States, at the 
beginning of every quarter, till the time of its final ex- 
tinction, according to an act of Congrefs, paifed the 
twenty eighth of April 1 796. 

Capital — one million of Dollars. 



1 ft day of 

JANUARY 



\ft day of 
April 




l ft day ofh 
October 





744«82 


753607 


764912 | 


776385 


1796 




788031 


799852 


811849 


824027 


1797 




836387 


848933 


861667 


87159* 


798 




887711 


901027 


914542 


928260 


'799 




942184 


9563^7 


970662 


985222 


I830 




OOOOOO j I OOO DOO 


oOOOOO 


1003000 


1801. 


1796 


98 000 j 979-700 


979365 


9^9086 


1802 


1797 


958773 » 958i54 


957527 


956890 


1803 


179s 


936243 ! 935287 


9343-6 


93333 


• 1804 


1799 


9.2331 j 911015 


9 9681 


908326 


I-8CJ 


1800 


886j5i 


885255 


883534 


88,787 


1806 


1801 


86-0.4 


&55*!4 


853042 


85083* 


1807 


1802 


828600 


826329 


823420 


8207-1 


1808 


1803 


798383 


795054 


791983 


78885. 


i8c9 


1804 


765692 


762.78 


758610 


754939 


i8»o 


1805 


73'3'4 


727284 


723193 


7*9-4'* 


i8ir 


1806 


694827 


690249 


685603 


680887 


1812 


1807 


656100 


650942 


645706 


64339: 


'813 


1808 


614907 


609222 


6 336l 


5974> ' 


18:4 


1839 


571372 


564943 


558417 


55-793 


1815 


1810 


$'l$>7® 


5 7946 


510715 


5^33/6 


18:6 


1811 


4759*7 


468-66 


460087 


45^988 


18 7 


1812 


423768- 


415124 


4-6351 


397446 


1818 


1813 


368 408 


358934 


-493 l 8 


339558 


1819 


j8i4 


309651 


299296 


a38;86 


278117 


1820 


J815 


247289 


235998 


224538 


2 J 2907 


182 1 


1816 


xSirco 


168817 


156349 


143694 


1S22 


j«i7 


Uq 49 


97512 


83975 


70235 


1823 


i&tS 


36288 


21832 


7»6o 


7267 


1824 



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Time till 
redeemed 



20 Tears. 
25 

3° 

35 
40 

45 

50 

55 

l 6 \ 



Par \Kotesto the Table in 
value* I the preceding page, 

I . Par value of 

65^945 ftock. is fuch as t iflft 



6128 

583762 

562190 



the purchafers may 
draw an intcreft of 
fix per cent, peran- 



$46' 75 : num, paid quarter 



(34.? 3 

5*5454 
5—99 



yearly, on his pur- 
chafe meney. 

2 All numbers in 



5 i4>>3 2,r h e above table, ex- 
press the p^ar value of unredeemed flock, at the begin- 
ning of the refp.-ftive quarters, after the dividend is paid 
except the laft. which will be the fin 1! payment. 

ADDITIONS and ALrkftATlONS. 



Committees of the Houfe of Reprefenta- 
tives of the United States. 

OfELeiiens. 
Meflrs. Milledge, Tenny, Condit, Dennis, Hanna, 
Stanley, TaJiaftro. 

Of revifal and unfinijhed bufinefs. 
Meft'rs. Davenport, Craig. and*Alfton. 

To prepare rules and orders for the Houfe. 
Meffrs. Coiton, Smith, Gregg, Holmes, Mattoon, J. 
Smith, (M. Y) Piater Moore. 

Of Commerce and Manufactures. 
Meffrs. Sam. Smith, Euilis, Dana, Mitchel, [ones, 
Newton, Lowndes. 

Committee 
To take into conftderation all fuch / e ports of the Treafury De- 
partment, and alt fueh propcftt' oris relative to the revjuue 
as may be referred to them by the Houf ; to enquire into 
the flat e of the public debt; of the revenue and the expen- 



*54 

iilures ; and to report from time to time their opinions 
thereon* « 

MeiTrs. Randolph, Grifwold, Ifrael Smith, Bayard, 
Smilie, Read, Nicholfon, Van Ranfalear, and Dickfon. 

Officers of the Company 'incorporated at New- Haven for in* 
fur &nce againfi fire f 
Henry Daggett, President. 
* Simeon Baldwin, Trcafurer. 
Eleazar Goodrich, Secretary. 
Ifaac Beers, Elizur Goodrich, Jofeph Drake, Ifaac 
Mills, Jofeph Darling, Ebenezer Townfend, "Simeon Bal- 
dwin, Elias Shipman, Directors. 



Congrefs.~-The Speaker's name at foot of the lift of 
Representatives, would have been at the top if received 
in feafon. Erafe Silas Lee, MafTachufetts. In pari ef 
theimpreffion, AJhton, of Worth Carolina, is inferred for 

Alflon. Dr. Gantt, is chofen Chaplain to the Senate; 

and the Rev. Mr. Parkinfon, Chaplain to the Houfe of 
Reprefent&tives.— •* 

Infert — William Brown, Bnrrage Beach, Jonathan \V. 
Edwards, James Gould, Hezekiah Huntington, Aaron 
Smith, Attomies DiftricJ Court. Walter Mitthe], Tho- 
mats Huntington, John H. Peters, Hartford ; Henry Ter- 
ry, Enfield; Daniel Dunbar, Berlin; Calvin Butler, 
Urifloli John Hooker, Farmington ; William Arms, 
Matthew Ives, Symsbury ; John >argeant ? Wind for ; A- 
fahel Clark, Coventry ; George W. Stanley, Wallinvfsri ; 
Attornies. William S. Hart, Norwich, Hezekiah Hun- 
tington, Notaries Public. Shubael Breed, Norwich ; 
JLockwood De Foreft, New-Haven ; Deputy Sbcrifs. Jef- 
fe Cady, Judge of Probate, Stafford. G. W. Stanley, 
Clerk of Probate and Town Clerk, and Benjamin Tut- 
hill, Treafurer, o£ Wallingford. Solomon Porter, Sur- 
veyor for tke port of Hartford. 

Erafe— Allen Mather* Hartford ; Gideon Granger, 
Suffield jLE, Lathrop,' Hebron \ PrtfUfwg Attornies. 



*55 

CO-RESPONDENTS, 

Would greatly oblige the editor by making their com* 
munications as early as the middle of October. He has 
reafons for wiihing, alfo, that they may not be anony- 
mous. 

Military gentlemen are defired toexcufe inaccuracies 
in the Hit of militia officers. Some of the Brigade Ma- 
jors not having made returns to the Adjutant General as 
the law dire<fts, we were under the neceffity of copying 
the former returns. In our next Regifler, thofe Bri- 
gades of which no returns are made, will be designa- 
ted- 
tr'~ M ' ' * ' . ' , -^ ' " '" '" ' ' "T" . v it 

I N I> E X. 



A 



LMANACK, Page 4'.Comm;ffioners of Loans,! 18 
French do. i6jConnc&icut Government 



Agricu'tural Society, 

R. Ifland, 113I 

Attornies, Circuit Court I 
Conn. 66| 

- Praftifing, Con 

(fee the counties.) 

Additions and Altera- 
tions, 

Academy of Arts, &rc. 
■ Cheshire, 



Executive and Legif- 
lative, 41 

judicial and Civil, 49 



153 

76 
78 
86 



Banks, 

Cincinnati, 8 

Courts, 

Cities, 

Clergy, &c 

Colleges, New-Haven, 

■ Harvard, 
» ■" Williamftown, 77 

Rhode- Ifland, 76 



Hartford county, 
New -Haven, 
New London, 
Fairfield, 
Windham, 
Litchfield, 
Mlddlefex, 
Tolland, 



r — 2^Ccufus, 
i34 



Cougrefftonal Commit- 
V2\ .tees, 
67 Duties impoft, 

\ Free, 

— - tonnage, 

■ Payable in, 

Fees, 



49 
5i 
53 
55 
58 

63 

62 

64 
150 

18 

30 
3r 
32 
33 



Dartmouth, 77J -Allowance, 33—34 



156 



•— — credit, 


34 


Roads, 


138 


— Ports of entry, 37- 


.38 


Rhode Ifland Officers, 




■> ReftricYions, 


38 


Executive, &c. 


112 


•— Information gene- 




Stamps, 


142 


ral, 


39 


Do. abridged, 


146 


*— on Carriages, 


3o 


Supervifors, 


124 


Eciipfes, 


2 


Table, tides, 


140 


Fire Infurance, New- 




— Coins reduced to 




Haven, 


154 


dollars, &c 


147 


Freemen's Meetings, 


3 


Intereft on Dol- 




Free Mafons, 


83 


lars, &c. 


141 


Governors of States, 


133 


do Lawful Money 


148 


Lodges, 


83 


Weight and value 




Medical Convention, 


84 


of Coins, 


i49 


Militia, 


88 


— Value of Cents in 




Minifters, Confuls, S*c 


118 


lawful money, 


US 


Miffionary Society, 


86jTownClerksand Trea- 




Nomination, Congrefs, 


47i furers, 


73 


— __ _— Afliftants, 


48 United States officers, 




Notaries, Conn. 


66j Executive and flate, 


114 


NorthwefternTerritory 


,123! — Senators, 


131 


Miflifippi 


1 23!— Representatives, 


132 


Indianna — 


123'— Judicial, 


US 


Poft-Mafters, 


128 — Revenue, external, 


125 


Ports of Entry, 


38 


Internal, Conn. 


127 


Probate Courts, Conn. 


65 


Vermont Governor, 




P oft age, 


127 


Council, &c. 


112 


Re lifters Land Office, 


1 24- Votes for Reprefenta- 




Keceiverspublic money 


>I24 


[ tives to Congrefs, 


48 



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GREEN'S //& f| 

J ALMANACK |; 

\ AND f 

! 3&egtfter, f 

! 1 

FOR THE STATE OF § 

I I 

} Connecticut ? | 

I i 

I For the Year of our LORD, I 

I 1803; J 

I 

BEING THE TWENTY SEVENTH OF { 
THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE 

UNITED STATES, 

I 

■ O CO»<3» OOg 9 ■ 

NEW-LONDON: \ 

' Y ft 

PRINTED AND SOLD BV 

SAMUEL GREEN. 



OBSERVATION. 

THE hflwrof the night is, many times, mo 
conveniently eftimaled by the lnoon'a fouihis 
ha i by her r?ting and fetting. 

To find the moon's Southing : 

RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of ■ high wate 
| >n any given day, a* it is ii ferted in thil aim; 
na#k, and you will have the true t-me of th 
(moon's fouthing for that day. 

N. B. JF you double the time of the fun's fe 
J ing, you will have the length of the day, an 
IJoubie j:he time of the fun's riling will be thi 
jlength of the night. 



Narties and Char otters sf the Planets. 
© Sol, or Sun. Q$ or J Luna, or Moon. \ 
Saturn. % Jupiter, g Mars, 9 Venus. $ 
Vlereury. H. Hcrfchei. © Tellas, or Earth. 



Freemen's Meetings. 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS thoughout the fW 
of Connecticut, are held annually on tk* 
child Monday in September, and on the Monday 
following the fit ft Tueiday in April. 



TP 



E C L i r S E s, 

IN THE YEAR 1803, 

THERE will be but two Eclipfcs L. us year.' 
bath of the Sun, and invilible. 

t, The fir/l will be February 21^ at 4 o'clock 
2.0 m. afternoon j but the penumbra will fcarceiy, 
reach the diurnal path of our vertex, confequeot 
ly this Eclipfe will be invifible to us ; but in lat-j 
itude it* fouth, and longitude 1 36^ W*.irvtfiej 
great Pacific Ocean, the Sun will be totally eclip-j 
fed at noon, on that meridian, at which lime ihm 
Moon's latitude will be o' so" $.—> -The femidi j 
ameter of the penumbrs 32' 5 _/, 

2. The fecond will be on the* 17th of AifguGiJ 
at three o'clock 34 minutes in the morning 5 cor-j 
fequently invifible to us. 



Chronological Cycles for 1803. 

Dominical Letter, B' | Solar Cyc: *, 20 

Lunar Cycle, 18 ' Roman Indiclicn, 6! 

Epaft, 7 j Mian Period, 6516J 



Names and Characlirs of ihz AspcSls, 

<5 Conjunction, or planets fitua;ed in the f^rjpc 

- longitude. 

aQ ia*|ile, when they are 90 degrees d'ftant frorr-j 

each o*her. 
<° Qppofuion, when they are 180 degrees diftant j 
A Trma. when they are 1 20 degrees, 
$ Sexiilc, is when two planets, or fears, are 60 

degress diflaot. j 

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A TAB L E 'Jb awing the difference of kitgh- Water at fever al 

places from New- London 
"T^HE fixth column of each monthly page fhews the 
1 time of High-water at New-London, New-York, 
jEIizabethtown- Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
jCock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro 
Hna— *to which if you add and fubtraft as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high- water at the fol- 
lowing places. — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time mull be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) Hands for 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



h.m. 
6 30 

45 

2 

3 o 

1 12 

2 iS 



Names of Places, 

Albany A 

Amboy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

Annapolis, Novf. A 

New-Bedford S 

Bofton A 

Burlington A 

Can lb A 

Cape-Ann A 

Cape Fear S 

CafcoBay A 

Qharlefton Bar S 

Fairfield A 
jFrederica,G^rf/tf, S 

^Georgetown Bar S 

■.Guiiioid A 

lHackenfack A 

Halifax A 

Hell Gate A 

Hartford A 

[tfingham S 

Huntington A 

Ipfwfch A 2 45 

I Jamestown A o 50 
!KiBg(lown,K/^w^ A 6 o 

[Loui&onrgh A 3 

.Main Ocean • S o 43 

bille-Point A 5 c 

|3£antucket s 1 3c 



Names of Places. 
Newbury port A 

New-Haven A 

New- Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 
iPenobfcot 
I Penfacola 

2 50 Philadelphia 

2 45 Pifcataway 

1 o I Plymouth 

2 i5|Polepels Iflanti 
2 2d 1 Port Royal, 5. C. 
2 o l'ortfmouth 
I oj Providence 
% 20 Purifburgh, S. (?. 



H.M 
2 45 
1 50 
I 25 



2 23 



30 1 Que bee 
o|fteedy-Ifland 
o|Rhode-IOariii> 
3- Salem 

Sandy-Hook 
Savannah 



3* 



oj Say brook 

St. Augu iline, Z>. 
St. John's, Ne-uf. 
Sunbury, Georgia, 
Tybec Bar 
White Stone 
Williamfburg, K<i. 
Wilmington, W-C. 



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A 
A 
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A 

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s 

A 

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A 
A 

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A 



M|W| Cakn&Hf, &c. |®ri.j0f. 



JANtTTTRYr Katti 31 "daygT 

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2d aft. Chriitmis.s G0Hj 28432 
j) with y*s. Cold, frcfiyj zy 4 33 
7*$ fouth &h. jjopr. h 27 433 

Days inert;, ed 8m. [7 26V3JJ 
Epiphany. ]) runs bigh*7 264 3 J 
c?0 D weather ; thai 
d©9 viae moderate. 
ill Sund. alt. Epfph. 

K^k way 
flow of clock o/n. 

now exped [now 
j) Apogee, or 

rain near 

2d. Sund. aft. Epiph. 

2 j More iuafant, 

3 'Days increafed 26 m. 

4 .If. rift 10I1. uara, even. 

5 0enr # ££ 5b. 31m, »ft, 

6 l|&9ltaUun'v. ])r.lovi 

7 j CtfM, lozory 
B^i aft. dBfcipii, rf0j 

2 jFuU tictefil weather, 

3 jCoru\ St. Paul, ]) Perig 
*6|4! C<*&i *As>i 

were moderate, 



51 

8 . 7 

1C2 

4 
5 

146 

1 5 
1 6 ti 

7 

9 

20 

21 

22 

t'c 
2 <; 
^5 



7*4143* 

7 2 3j4 3" 

7*44 35 

72240b 

7 2| i4 39 

7 20'4 40 

7 20 

7 ! 9 
718 

7 *$ 
7 16 



4 4° 
44; 

4 4*' 
4 4 3 



■i J 



/ x " 
711 
7 10 



4^ 
4 45 
44 ( 

4 V" 
4 4 ® 
4 -1 9 
•1 5 £ 

945 J 
8*452 

7J4 53 
6 (4 54 
?M55 
414 56 



9 

iO 

; ° 5 
/ 2 

010 

o 

o 



3? 



24 
28 
28 



*4 9 £ 9j 

53i JO *9 

32 ; }i 29; 

• ' morni 



o 33 

2 38 

2 41 

3 5 1 

4 54] 

5 57i 

6 *4Bt|. 



19 2) teisj 
#1 



>6: O 



11 7; 7 53 

11 57; 9 i» 

*f*»47 to 271 

1 3611 42 

a 26 inorr. 

3 20 o 56 

4 14 2 191 



rt a 



Ftijll mo. 6day, i lb. 52m. mo. 
♦Lttft qu. I4dciy, 4h. 59m. aft. 



r^iSKUAKi hath 28 days. 



New mo. 2iday,4h.20m af. 
Fivft qtr. 28day, 8lv 2m. mr-. 



M\\V\ Calendar, &c. j Or,|®qF.fea.| r.«3. 



DnuiB nigh. &4X 
9 rife 4b. 23m. morn. 

Seme pleajant 
Days iruiiea fed lh, 2m. 

weather, 
Septuagef. Sund r $Q) 

thin lozory, 
j) A pogee. 

The wind 



10,5 Q flow of clock 15m, 

11J6 Jhifts* and a 
»i2 7 y?t!?zy /?orm ii 
p3 13 Sexagefirna Sunday. 

2 4 2 i Valentine. $ Ha, D Q J) 
[153 near, I believe. 
1164 i ]) runs low, Lowry 
1175! w fa! her, 
|io6}D4VS igcreafodrh. 36m 

I 97 0-r)tcrs>(8h. l'ym.inor 



7 

7 

658 
657 

^53. 
$5M5 



4 57 
4 5** 

4 59 

5 

5 

5 



10 3 

64 



M 



495 M 



648 



toJB 



1*3,4 
p4:5 

; 26 7 

i 2 7 B i 



a 1 1 rt v S und. M ore mo- 
6 5 Qeclip; derate. 
rcTucf. 2) Perigee. 
AAWeAor rftd.of-L 

St. Matthias [d©9 

"^ rife 7b. 4jrn* itf icri*. 

j rife 4't. 2 m. morn. 

en 



512 
47 i 5 1 3 



646 
6 44 

^3 
642 
640 
639 



morn. 

3 

43 



12 

15 

°|5 4 

5 2 k 5S 

396 40 
2 3' D rile, 

5J6 i| 
4°|7 
248 

9 

10 
ri 



5 1 S 

51 l 
5**5 

520,6 

5 2i 7 



27 

*3 

3 

59 
58 

57 
5% 



6 38 5 2 2J8 

6365*4 
6 35 5 2 5 



634 
632 
63 



526 
528 

5 2 9 
5 30 



ftS.io'lcnt; |twith7*s. 630 
[28 2 I G J Cloudy ifnntrain.\6 281,5 3 2 

~~The plaice 2 Will be 
of ©ttober, thenc 
Lffear. 



morn 
o 2? 

1 
2 



28 

35 

33 
3 



5 5<5 
jfot* 

6 46 
8 



aft. l8lO 3 



J 3 

9 

7 



it 5; 

mar" 
1 



morning Itdr to the 141! 
evening ftar to the end of thu 



j MARCH hath 31 days. 


Pull moon 8day,6h. 37111.1110. 


New mo. 23day.2h. iom.mo. 


Laft qr. i6jay, 8h.i4m.mo. 


Firll qr. 29 clay, 8 h. 59m. af. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |0ri.| 0f. |F. fea.| r. > s 


IJ8 


ID runs high. &2>( 


627,5 55 


4 S 


2 12 


24 


9 rife 4 o'clock morn. 


625I53* 


r. 4 58 


3 3 


1 3J5 


PUaJant 


624(536 


5 5C 


3 54 


4 


6 


7*s, fet at midnight. 


623537 


638 


4 29 


5 


7 


weather for feme days. 


6 2ij535 


7 23 


5 4 


6 


a 


2d. Sund. in Lent. 


6205 4c 


8 6 


5 34 


7 


2JDays increas'd 2h.22m. 


619J54J 


8 47 


6 2 


8 


3<?0b DApog. <?©> 


^ 1 7;5 43 


9 2 6 


>rifc 


9 


4 


if net too windy. 


616544 


10 6 


7 6 


to 


5 


O flow of clock 1 m. 


614 


546 


10 46 


8 9 


1 1 


6 


#ȣ$' 


613 


5 47 


(l 29 


9 *3 


j 2 


7 


$ gr. Elong. 


612 


548 


morn. 


10 18 


'3 


B^d. Sund. in I cnt. 


610 


*5 50 


25 


u 23 


*4 


2 


Windy wtather, 


6 95 5i 


1 3 


mom. 


f 5 


3 


Perhaps 


6 7 


553 


1 55 


28 


[6 


4 J runs low. D © > 


6 6 


5 54 


2 50 


1 26 


l l 


5:7** fet. lib, 16m. 


6 4 


5 56 


3 48 


2 25 


18 


6\ rain near this 


6 3 


5 57 


4 4 6 


3 9 


19 


7 ^rife 6h. 10m, aftcrn. 


6 2 


5 53 


5 43 


3 53 


20 


84th Sund. in Lent, 


6 a 


5 59 


6 39 


4 28 


ai 


2 0ent. Y > 8h t 35m.morn c 


6 06 


7 3° 


4 53 


22 


3 !* Perigee. §Q% 


5586 2 


8 23 


5. 15 


2 3 


4:dOJ) high tides. 


5 56 6 4 


9 


j)fciS 


24 


5 Days increas'd oh. iom. 


555 6 5 


10 11 


8 18 


25j6!Annun. V. M. 


5536 7 


11 6 


9 Si 


26J7 j j) with 7*s. Plea/ant 


5526 8 


aft. 3 


*° 5. 


2jlB>$th Sund.in Lent. 


55i<6 9 


1 3 


11 5 


28 2 j | r. high, weather for\5 49 6 1 1 


2 2 


mor 


2 9|3 i a D March, if t hefeh 48612 


2 59. 


, * 


3°l4 □©(? "//*&* ^»* fcwWfi 47 6 * 3 


3 53 


* 5^ 


•31I5 <?0H 0a.cl.4m. r^w.^45 615 


4 44 


2 4C ; 



M|W|. Calendar, &c. 



APRIL, hath 30 daysT 



Full moon 7day,oh. 39m.mo.|Ne<.vni.2iday, loh 56m.irijr 
Lail: qu. Hclay, fk 37m. aftlFirft qu. 28day,oh. 2m. alfl^ 



SJoh 'Uuie5h.15m.ai 
9 rife. 3.1. 57m. morn. 
Palm Sunday. Pkafant 
7*s. fct io o'cl. weather 

> Apogee. /<?r yow<j 
Days tncreafed 3h.46m.i5 

7j5J<?0J.- # <k?j f *^» [5 
8 6 Good Friday, cloudy, 5 
£fttif perhaps rain, 5 
Easter Sunday, 5 
Eafter Monday. 5 

Eafter Tuefday; 5 

) r # low. & cl, even, 5 

a 0C /<*/&'ȣ 5 

weather, 5 

Men pkafant. 5 

1 ft aft. Eafter. low fund. 5 
Spring like, 5 

> Perigee. $001* 5 
enters g 9X 1 sm.aft, 5 
d > full tides, fhowers 5 
Days increased 4(1,2831. 5 
St. George. Jr. higv, 5 

B 2d Sund. after Eafter. 5 
St.Mark Evan. Plea/antg 

2 rife 3V1. 40m. morn. U 
£aft<*r tetm begins. J ! 5 
□ 0Ja;M^r. [with#j5 
;*s. let 8h. 37m. Rainlg 
C) f aft of c ! .3 co . is n tar}.^ 



fori.|®f.|F.fea.fr.)| 



446 
42 



llJ2' 

im 
134 

16,7 



»7 
18 

20 
t 

22 

2 3 
24 

25 
2D 

h 

29j6 

L3«7 



38,6 

37 l 

35 6 

34l 6 
33 ; 5 
3 1 ! 6 
306 
296 
27,6 
266 

= 5 ;6 

240 
22.6 
21 6 
20,6 
186 

x ii 

io,6 
K5$ 

12:6 

ti6 

io|6 

8'6 

7J6 

6 6 



ifi 

18 


5 29 

6 13 


*9 


6 54 


20 


7 34 


22 


8 13 


23 


8 53 


25 


9 35 


2t 


10 20 


27 


11 8 


20 


M 59 


3° 


morn. 


8 1 


53 


33 


1 49 


34 


2 45 


35 
3B 


3 4i 

4 13 

5 27 


3? 


6 19 


40 


Z 9 


42 


8 2 


43 


» 52 


44 


9 5S 


45 


i° 53 


47 
48 


11 53 
aft.54 


40 


1 5 1 


5 C 


2 44 


o 2 


3 32 


53 


4 *7 


54 


4 .19 



3 1 

3 4 

4 , 
4 2 

4 4S 

5 11 
>rifc. 

8 if 

9 20 

10 25 
1 41 

morn. 

27 

1 1? 
i #6 

2 25 

2 54 

3 24 

3 54 

4 24 
jfefs, 

8 34 

9 41 
10 57 
n 50 
norn. 

44 

1 17 

1 50 

2 1 A 



MAY hath 31 days. 



Full moon 6day,4»-29m.af. New moon 20day,7h 13m. fit 
Laft q. I4day, 3h.35m.rao. Firftqu. 28day,4h 38m. mor 

M[WJ ^l^d^Scc. l®r^~fcqF.(caTj"rT >~ 



2 

33 
44 
55 
66 

7 

a 

2 

3 



4 

m 

206 

21 



B3dp.Eaft.St.Phil.&Jas. 
L&zg^-yf^h^ow.a. 
rf09 )Apo.P leaf ant, 
Gen. Elect. Newport. 

Rain is near : 
St. John Evan. £©$ 
9rife 3h.30m.mo, then 
4th Sund. paft Eafter. 
} r. low. fine plea/ant 
Days increafed 5h.iom 

weather. 
Gen. Elett Hartford. 
0faft of clock 4m. 
D © > It W M rain 
5thafr,Eaft.Roga.Sund 
rp ftattonary. near this 
} Perigee, time, I am 

confident. Perhaps 

AfcenMonday. thunder. 

d§) tictts fwell. 

enters n 9b. 39m. aft. 

Sund.af.Afcen, ]) r.high 

Eafter term ends. T£ (ta. 

More rain, near 
Gen. Election Bofton. 
IfTet* 1 11,52m. mo. theje 
Daysincrcafcd 5^1.420% 
D0) days. Plea/ant 
Wait Sunday, weather, 
7*s. rife 3b. 33m, morn. 
) Apogee. Fine weather. 



5 
5 
5 
5 

5 ° 
4 59 
458 

457 
4 56 

4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
45 2 
45 
4 5° 
4 49 
448 

4 47 
446 

4 45 
4 44 

43 
442 

442 
441 
4 4° 
4 39 
4 39 
4 38 
4 37 
4 37 



655 

65% 

65* 

659 

7 c 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 9 
71c 

711 

7 l£ 

7*3 

7M 

71 £ 

7 10 

7 1 

7 1 

7 1 

719 

7 2C 
7 2J 
7 21 

7 22 
7*3 
7 2 3 



39 

1 

58 
38 

22 

9 
59 
53 

^9 
morn 

45 



4* 

34 
25 
15 
4 
53 
45 
39 
36 
9 38 

10 39 

11 3910 
aft. 34 

x 27 

2 12 

2 55 

3 3 6 

4 *5 

4 54 

5 34 



2 38 

2 58 

3 18 

3 38 

3 59 
)t fe 

8 23 

9 M 

iO 26 
II 14 
morn, 
o 



3 

7 

84 

o 

25 

5 

3 ?7 

>fets 

8 39! 

9 37 
35 

ii 13 

morn, 
o 11 
o 
1 

1 
1 



46 

c 

20 
40 



Ill'vip, Tialh Q.o rlavs. 


Fuii moon soayy^h.^m.iiHJ.rNcw mo. r^day^h/iiii.iiM*. 


.Lnftqu. 1 2 day, 9h« 4m. mor. |Fis ft qr.. 16 day. 9h. 55m aft- 


M[W| Calendar, Sec. | 0ri. |0fet) F.fea.J r. D s. 


1 


4 


SI272X I expect there 


4 3 6 


724 


6 17 


. 58 





5 


% fets lh. 2.3m. morn. 


4 3 6 


724 


7 3 


2 26 


3 


6 


o//# ^ r^tn near this 


4 35 


7 2 5 


2 5 2 
8 45 


2 57 


4 


7 


K.GCO.IIIIM738. lt>/i*. 


4 35 


7 2 5 


3 ^ 


5 


B 


Trinity Sunday. D9f) 


4 34 


7 26 


9 40 


i rile 


6 


2 


jr. low. [£&]) 


434 


726 


10 37 


9 l2 


? 


3 


P leaf ant weather. 


4 33 


727 


1 1 34 


9 44 


8 


4 


9 rife 2h. 55m. nor. 


433 


727 


morn. 


10 16 


9 


5 


Perhaps rain and 


4 3 2 


728 


28 


10 56 


io|6 


Trinity term begin*. 


432 728 


1 \ 20 


11 36 


t.i'w 


St. Barnabas, thunder. 


43* 


729 


2 JO 


- 
1 2 


12 B 1 ft S.aF. Trinity, c©]) 


43 1 


729 


2 5 B 


morn 


13 2 j]) Perigee. 


43i 


729 


3 45 


24 


143.Q and clotk even. 


43* 


729 


4 3 2 


5* 


1541 i'zue growing feafon, 


43 1 


729 


5 2 6 


1 «9 


1 615 Days increafed 6 h. 


430 


7 3o 


6 20 


* 54 


i7!6\Sr.. Alban. Thunder 


4 3° 


7 30* 7 l8 


2 29 


^llUOy. Jr.- high, am 


4 3° 


730 8 r 7 


3 4 


i$\ti2d aft. Trinity, d® ) 


43o! 


730 9 19 J let.. 


2029 rife 2b, 46m.. morn. 


430:730110 i 7; 9 6 


2 1 1 3 i r#u?, wear lAtj 


430,7 30! 1 1 11' 9 40 


22 4 !0 enters SB fi.h 17m, m. 


4 3 °\ 7 3o! J 2 ic 1;. 


2355;^ with $ **«*£. 


430)730 aft. 4410 37 


2 4 


6 


Nativity St. John Bap 


43° 73° 


r 26:0 50 


*5 


7 


If. fets 1 lh. 47m. even. 


43°j7 3° 


2 6 r 1 1 9 


26 


6 


3d aft, f runty. > Apo. 


430730 


2 45 ?1 39 


2 7 


2 


Pkafant) [dQJ 


430730 


3 25 mcro, 


28fe 


then rain. 


43 1 ;7 2o 


4602 


29 4 


$%$* t. Trin.term ends. 


4 3 1 729 4 59 26 


30L5 


u&& plea/ant [40$ 


4 31(7 20? 5 36 51 



JULY hath 31 days. I 


Full moon *Ulay,4h 34m af.lNew mo. i8day, 2I1.3 im. af. 


I.afl qu. 1 ill. y, ib- 25111. af.jFirft tju. 26duy, 3I1. 5m. alt 


MJWj CTlcnd^'&cT"^ 1 3r.|Ofc£j $ VSaTj r~ >s. 


1 


6 ShzGvx If.fels11h.24m.j431 


7 20/j 6 20 


1 17 


2 


7 


Vifita. B.V.M. [even, 


43 2 


728J 7 2'. 


2 1 


3 


a 


4th af.Trinity. > r. low. 


43 2 


7 28, 8 21 


2 4/ : 


4 


2 


8%T> Plea/ant 


4 3 2 


728J 9 tc 


)r:ic 


5 


3 


Days Uiortened 6tn. 


4 33 


7 27*10 1 1 


8 20 


6 


4 


weather^ if not 


4 33 


727J11 c 


9 1 


2 


5 


too dry. 


4 34 


72612 c 


9 3 6 


6 


? ri (as ah. 45m. morii 


4 34 


726 


mors- 


9 57 


97 


-Ktfry Actf. 


4 35 


7 2 5 


O r t c 


10 23 


loB^th after Trinity. 


4 35 


7 £ 5 


» af 


10 4.8 


1 1 


2|qQ<£ Thunder 


4 36 


724 


2 2(~ 


11 14 


12 


3 I wear *A*j 


4 37 


7 2 3 


3 i< 


11 4k 


1 3 14 j time. 


4 37 


7 2 ^ 4 ? 


morr. 


1 4|5 ' 2> wftfi 7*s. 


4 38 


7 22 ! 5 I 


22 


1 5I6 J Seme rain. 
1S7..I ) r. high, #<?* 


4 39 


721; 6 3 


1: 1C 


4S9 


721 7 
720; 8 3 


J ,50 


17JB 6th after Trinity. 


440 


8 4b 


18^2 '(5 J) weather, 


441 


719 


-B 57 


]) (ets 


1 9-3 ^¥ fets loh. 46m. even 


4 4 1 


719 


9 47 


8 9 


20 4 Commsnc. Cambridge. 


442 


718 


i° 33 


8 34 


21 5'7*s. rifa at midnight. 


4 43 


7 *3 


u 17 


8 59 


22|6[ Some want of rain. 


4 44 


7 l6 


ti 58 


9 J 9 


23.7 !q enters ft 5b, 8m. aft. 


4 45 


,7*5 


aft. 3 8 


9 4? 


24 


B 7th af, Trinity. [ J) Apo. 


446 


714 


1 


10 


25 


2 .St. James. Plea/ant 


446 


7 T 4 


1 57 


10 20 


26 


8l0'O D weather. 


4477 1 & 
4 48 712 


a 40 


10 47 


3 


4 .0 flow of clock 6 na. 


3 * 6 


11 15 


5 JDays fhprtcned 38 m. 


44&7 11 


4 15 


11 53 


2 9 


6 ]) r. low. Thunder, 


450710 


5 « 


morn 


3P 


7 a^flf perhaps fome 


45*7 9 


6 4 


32 


3* 


B 


oth aft. Trinity, rain. 


4527 8 7 2 


1 32 



Full moon 3day, 2h. im. m. New m. i7day,3h.34m.mo 
Laft quart 9day,6h. 15m. aft. Firfl qu. 25day>, 7h.30m.n1 

M|W| Calendar, &Z i^i.(©fetlF.fea4r.{s 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 



Lammas, 
2 rife 3 h. 



8> 2 4 2Z 4 53 
14 m, morn. 4 54 



<?@0 R*in |4 55 

near theft days* [4 56 

7* rife 11 o'clock. \a 51 
Transflg. J Perigee. 4597 
B 9th aft. Trinity. 5 07 

Plea/ant, 

3 □©{ then comes 

4 J) with 7* y^me 

5 Daysfhottened ih.8m. 

6 ) r. high, ffitJt a/i'/A 

7 thunder. 
B 10th aft. Trinity. 

Hot weather. 5 q 

4 d0J Sun eclipfed, 5 1 1 

5 ^££? mornings. 5 13 
W. winds, 514 

7 > Apogee. Something 5 15 

8 11th aft. Trin. dry. 516 
7* rife 9I1. 58m. 5 1 

3 0cnt. r# 11h.32m.aft 519 

4 St.Barthoi. Com. Dart. 5 20 
□ © ]) Perhaps rain 521 

6;2rifa4h. 11m. morn. 523 
7 }r, low. and thunder, 5 24 
Btath aft. Trin. St.J.B.525 
Plea/ant. [beheaded. 5 27 
and clock even 



4;Dayi (hort'n th. 58m. 



o 

6 59 
658 

657 
656 

$55 

65 
652 

6 5° 
6 49 

6 44 
fi 42 

O4I 
64O 

^39 

636 

t 3 - 
6 33 



8 o 

8 51 

9 50 

10 42 

11 32 
morn. 

o 21 
112 

2 £ 

3 

3 



5 2816 32 
529631 



c 

5S 

4 55 

5 55 

6 5c 

7 43 

8 3 2 
9 

9 57 
">.37 
11 17 

11 57 
aft. 30 



8, 35 



2 3 2 

3 3° 
J rife 

8 o 

8 25 

8 50I 

9 » 
9 47 

to 25 

I 4 

ti 5^ 

mom 

52 

1 57 
3 3 
4 

9 fcts 
7 26 

7 47 

8 7 

8 28 

8 54 

9 2 
9 54 

10 28 

II 22 
morn. 

16 

1 28 

2 40 

3 52 



SEPTEMBKlThaTh 30 days 



Full mo. 1 day, 1 oh. 46m m jNew mo. »5day, 7b.nn1.ai'. 
Laft quart. 8day,ih 9m. m.lFirftqr. 23day,ioh.43m.aft. 
Full moon 30 day, 7I1. 26 m. aft. 



■M|W| Calendar, &c7 




1 
31 



(?0O SI 22 w fun 5 3^ 
61J.S 5 tJen g« ftid«. 

tine pleaf ant 
13th after Trinity, 

weather for Jome 
]) with 7*s, £nwe. 
4 Commcn, Providence 
Nativ. B.V.M. D0J 
} r. high. P leaf ant 

weather* 
r 4th aft. Trinity. 

Perhaps rain, 

3 [7*5 rile 8h. 38m. 

4 ;Cornmen, New-Haven. t(Jt 

sU T%n%+9$h d©2>:5 49 
bjDays fhoitcn 2h, 421:1 551 

l\6Qh 

B : 35'h ast. Trinity. 
y 2 j Cloudy and 
2O3J0 faft of clock 7m. 
'21 4 jSt. Matthew, /#*>, 
5*K. Geo. Ill crowned. 
Q ent. £s 8h. 45m. aft 
by turns. [D©> 
B t6b aft. Trin. 

2 Plea/ant weather. 

3 ?7*s rife 7b, 49m 



3^ 
7 



24 

2 5 
2.6 

2 7 

28:4!" W**$k4nd 



295 |St. Mich. 
30} 6 I]) P-rigee. 



rain. 



XI 



CjTTiOHliK hath 31 days. 



Laitqu 7 day, 1 ih.27n1.mo. JFirft qu. 23day,oh.t 
New ino 15 day, oh. 37m af*. {Full mo. ^Ociay, 4h-3 



6m.af.| 
3m. m.j 



M|W ! 



Calendar. &c. \Qtr. 



*|7 

2jB 

& 

w 

54 

65 

6 

7 
9 B 

10 

i*3 

12 4 

i35 

i az 

i6irs 

h 

3 

^9(4 

20!5 



:i 



7*s rite 7I1. 34m. »6 12 

17'h aft. Trinity. |6 1 3 

££ 2 1 £E Mtfre rain, j6 1 4 

1) with 7*5. jo 16 

2) runs high. PUafant.6 17 
d0H j or fever at 618 

S J ^J"- | 6 2 

Something windy. j6 2 
rSth after Trinity. 1622 

d©l/ C/flttoV !6 2 4 

yox^ c l aims bis privilege. \£ 2 ^ 
</?/</ Mars hit power ; Bothlr ° 
itrqxgie hardy and- on eacb]^ 7 

/for /owr. 1° 2 ° 

]) Apogee. 6©]) 

pth aft. Trinity. 

Rain now 
Stoning. B.AfTocia. St. 

in plenty. ["Lukc.je^g. 
Jr. low. Lorv r y 1637 

fall of clock 15m. [6 39 
weather. \6 40 

20th aft. Trin. D0D^4i 
0cnt.rrL4n8 / m ft d0? 643 



6 2< 

6 3^ 
632 

6 35 



3 jDays^fhott'ncci 411.2801, 
26k 7*5 rife 6 o'clock. 
Windy, then 
St. Sinrn & Jude. 
5 Perigee, rain. 
2i aft. Trin. <?©• 
Full tides. Plea/ant. 



29 

3° 
I31 



QfetjF. fea.jr. DsJ 



5 4* 
5 47 
5 46 
5 44 
5 43 
5 42 
5 40 
5 39 
5 38 
53 c 
5 35 
5 33 
53^ 
5 30 
5 2 9 
528 

5 2 7 
5 2 5 
5H 
5 2 3 
5 21 
520 

5*9 

5i7 
5 l6 
5i5 
5*3 



644 

6 45 
647 
6 48 5 12 

511 
510 
5 8 



6 49 
650 
652 



9 59 


10 56 


11 56 


morn, 


57 


1 57 


2 52 


3 52 


4 42 


5 *8 


6' 11 


6 52 


7 22 


8 12 


8 52 


9 34 


10 19 


11 7 


11 i5 8 


*ft. 51 


1 45 


2 38 


3 3 1 


4 23 


5 M 


6 3 


6 54 


7 47 


8 42 


9 4* 


10 44 



1 

6 37 

8 54 

9 si 

11 3 ! 

morn. I 
o 8 



> lets. 

5 40 

6 11 
6 42 

I? 

o 17 

9 17 
10 18 

ti 30 
rooi n 

42 

1 56 

3 10 

4 20 

5 2 4 
D rife. 

5 5,5. 



"NOVEMBER hath 30 dtfys. 


Lalt qu, 6day, ih.54ninior. ' ; Firit qu. 2 f day, 1 1 h. 44m. at' 


Ne 
M 


w moon 1 4day, 61140m. in. | Full mo. &8d#y. 2-40. na.a'f) 


W| Calendar, &c. |0H.|0i; | F.fca. 


r. $j s. 


1 


3 


AH S.ints. SI ig SS ; 6 53|.5 7 


tr 47 


6 5M 


2 


4 


J) r % high. 1£ riic 5b, 1 8m.; 6 54I5 6 


mot n. 


7 47i 


3 


5 


600/ weather. [ morn. 


§f-S5 


5 5 


48 8 54! 


4 


6 


fafl of clock 16m, 


657 


5 S 


1 47J10 a 


5 


7 


Cold, windy. 


5 e 


2 40)1 1 7 


6 


8 


22cl &ft. Trinity. 


6 59 


5 J 


3 2 8:' morn. 


7 


2 


Mankind upon each oth- 


7 ° 


§ G 


4 12J 13 


8 


3 


ers' *uins rife; Cowards 


7 * 


4 59 


4 54 * M 


9 


4 


maintain the kravt and 


7 2 


45« 


5 34 2 15] 


lO 


5 


foots the wife. 


7 3 


457 


6 *3l 3 Mi 


ii 


6 


St. Martin. Pleajant. 


7 6 


455 


6 538 4 13J 


12 


7 


> Apogee. Lcwry. 


7 6 


454 


7 34! 5 Hi 


!3 


ii 


23d aft. Trin, Cloudy 


7 7, 


4 53 


8 18; 6 15 


14 


2 


6 0) %nfy$h.um 


7 b J4^ 9 4iJ>kts. 


i.5 


3 


Pleajant fmorn 


7 Sfotf 1 9 55l 5 42 


1 6 


4 


Days (horteri 5b, 2pm, 


7 ifeW 47 6 2/r] 


^5 


} Y. low, wtalktr, 


7 i t|4 4Qit 1 41] 7 8] 


iB|6 


7*$ Couth at midnight. 


7 t -|4 4^ 


afi,34] 8 t 4 j 


x 9\1 


if not too windy, 


7 : 3|4 47 


1 261 9 20j 


pa 


24th aft. Trin. 


7 i4 ! 4 4^ 


2 i7tiO 27J 


2 iis 


D35 AJuavy 


7 15:4 45 


3 5J 11 m 


1*3 


rain, 


7 1 {) |4 44 


3 53; morn *i 


fS4 


Q ent. I 4I1, 8:u»morr. 


7 i7|4 43j 4 4*' 


.0 49; 


2 4;5 


near this time* 


7 18; 4 42! 5 39 


2 3! 


25" 


© fai$ of clo, k 1 sm. 


7 i 8 i4 4 2| 6 22 


3 3 7j 


»ty 


D Psrigee. Full tides. 


7 194 4M 7 lS 


4 3 2 


2b, 2 


Advent Sunday. 


7 a.o|44d 8 18 


5 45\ 


A<- 2 e'clfk this morning 


7 2i|439 9 20 


Jnie.j 


2 9*3 


.he]) will paCs over t'ht 


7 22(43810 24 


5 2 ' ? ' 


3^ 4 


St.And\v. [7*$. #© £> 


7 22*4 3SI1 I 26 


6 ' 



DECEMBER hath 31 days. 



Lait qu.StlayTo' 1 - l 1Ul a *' tn - (Firftqu. 2iday, 9i1.7m.-mor 
New mo i4day, oh. 1 lm. m.|Fu!lmoon28clay,2h.25m.m 



l|WJ Calendar, &c. jffiri.l -;;%f.jF.fea.) r. j)s. 



*fc ! <ft ! °^ 7*s Jo. iio'ci'k. 

26 ;"]£ vifo 3I1. 45m. morn. 



,37 

5 1 2 
9 



u 10 

9 J6 
io'7 

12J2 

3 3 ! 3 

i4' 4 

^^ 

66 
177 
1 8 ; - 
192 
20 g 

3d 4 

4I * 



7 2 3 
7 2 3 

7 2/1 

7 2 5 
725 

72 i 

7 26 
727 
728 



4 37 
4 37 
4 3 6 
4 35 
4 85 
4 34 
4 34 
433 
4 3 2 



Cold, chilly. 
2d Sund. in Advent. 
Q >0 Lorjjry. 
fail of clock 8m. 

Rain or fnew, 
Concep.V. M. 6Q$ 

More plea/ant^ 
jApogc*. then 728J432 

]d in Advent, 7 2943 

Days fhorten 5b, 58m. 7 29 4 gfi 

J fa ••; e( y and cold. 729431 

(5052 fei*5h 3 tm.ev. 7 29 4 31 

> i. i-.yvv. j*s to. 1 o o'- 7 29 4 31 
More?nodcratc : [cloek.b 30 430 

*W» c<me.f S730 4 3o ! 

|th in Advent. <5 © £ 730430 

e«y and blujlt, ing 7 3c 4 30 
11 rile jjh. 43m. morn. 730430 
S*. Thomas. DO 3 7 3° 4 3° 
ent. V? 51m. M'Htrn»7 304 30 

> Pcrig, Sc el'k eve^. 7 3c 4 30 
<u)Za:he.r i mtkfnow, 730430 

;'UJ0hrifhna3-Day. □ ©!? 730 
|6j2jSt, Stephen. 7 3c 

*7l3p r « Jofon; 'lif vice a 73 
a8J4prt« dijkirbs the human 7 29 
2 9|5 <^a/? ..* ^^^ce afifi with 7 29 
30j6v|ia7/ — be virtuous and\j 2Cj 
%i\~j'bc bU/l. Farewul, I728 



4 30 
4 3° 
4 3° 
4 3i 
43 1 
43 1 
4ff 2 



mo n. 


22 


1 14 


2 c 


2 42 


3 24 


4 4 


4 43 


5 23 

6 6 


6 5 2 


7 4° 

8 31 


9 2 5 


10 19 


11 12 


aft. 4 


52 


* 39 


2 25 


3 *3 


4 2j 


4 54 


5 49 

6 49 


7 5* 

8 54 



9 

10 
tl 
12 



The FRENCH CALENDAR, 
For the prefent Year, wlti< pfceniber ."2 > i f! j j 



- ■• 



'Nan: es of Months . Efi t Ttrvi. 

Trench. AVTVMN. (Inch 

Vendemaire, Vfiftage Month, from Sept. 22 to Oft. 21 

Brumaire, Fog Month, . — Oft. 22 toNov. 2 :>. 

Frumake, Sleet Mont a, — Nov. 21 io&ec.SG 

WISfTER, 

Nivofe, Snow Monti?, — Dec. 2 r to Jr..n. ;C- 

."'Phi voile, &atn Montit, — jajit ip to Feb* iS 

Ventoie, \Vmh£ Month, — Feb 19 tp Mar. 20. 

Germinal, Sprouts Month, — Mar. 2 1 to Apr. 19. 
F'orsal, Flowers Month, *— Apr. 20 to May 19. 

Praireal, Paihjre'montu — May 20 to June ib\ 

•Meiftdor, ■ Harveii Month* — June. 19 to July 18. 
Fervidor, Hot Month — ■ July 19 to <-uu-. 17. 

Fructidor, Fruit Montii, — Aug. iB to Sept. 16. 

' Sans Cicloi tides , o>- Fenfls dedicated to 

Les Vertus, The Virtues, Sept. 17. 

jLs Genie, Genius, Sept. 18. 

lie Travail, Labor, Sept. 19. 

L f Op';nion, Opinion, Sept. 20. 

Les ilecompenfes, Rewards, Sept. 21. 

The intercalary day of every fourth year is to be cat- 
led La Sans CuLottibe ; on which there is to be a Na- 
tional Renovation of their oath, tc To live free or diy?* 
The month is divided into three decides, the days of 
which are called, from the Latin numerals, 

"1 Primidi. 2 Daod). 3 Tridi. 4 Quart'di. 

5 Oiiii-tidi. 6 Sextidi. 7 Septictf. c O&odV. 

9 Nor.odi. 10 JJecadi, which is the day of reft. 



TABLE, 

IN wh\ch the different Currencies, throughout 
the United States, from one farthing to a thou/and 
founds, are reduced to an equivalent value in 
Dollars, Cents, and Mills. 

g^T Note, 10 Mills make one Cent, ioo Cents one 
Dollar. 





A\ £«#/. 


N. York. 


N.Jerfey. 


S. CarolL 




UcMc. 


&C.&C. 


Doll's. Ct. 


&V. . 


£. 


Dells. Ct 


Dolls. Ct. 


DoLCt.M* 


j 


3,33* 


2>50 


2,6H 


4,28,6 


i 


6,66} 


5,°° 


5,331 


8,57,i 


3 


10,00 


7>50 


8,00 


12,85,7 


4 


i3»33i 


10,00 


io,66f 


17,14,3 


s 


16,66$ 


12,50 


*3,33i 


21,42,9 


f 



20,00 


i5,°° 


16,00 


25,7i,i 


; 


*3'33I 


17,50 


i8,66§ 


30,00,0 


^ 


z6Ml 


20,00 


2i,33i 


34,28,6 


9 


30,00 


22,50 


24,00 


3&,57>i 


IQ 


33»3p 


25,00 


26,66-| 


42,85,7 


i I 


36,66f 


27,50 


29*33i 


47,^4,3 


i 2 


40,00 


30,00 


32,00 


5i,4»,9 


2 3 


4-3,334 


3 2 >5° 


3 4,66f 


55,7i,4 


J 4 


46,66f 


35,oo 


37,331 


60,00,0 


»5 


50,00 


37,50 


40,00 


64,28,6 


>6 


5 3* 3 3.3 


40,00 


42,66f 


68,57,* 


*7 


<6,66f 


42,50 


45>33i 


72,85,7 


IS 


60,00 


45>o° 


48,00 


77,*4,3 


19 


%V33i 


47».5° 


50,66! 


81,4.2,9 


.20 


66,65$ 


50,00 


53,33a 


85,7',4 


3° 


100,00 


ii&o 


80,00 


128,57,1 


40 


"3S»33l 


100,00 


io6,66f 


171,4*, 9 


50 


166, 66| 


125,00 


i33,33i 


214,28,6 


100 


333)333 


250,00 


266, 66J 


428,57,1 


200 


666, 66t 


500,00 


533, 33* 


857, H,3 


500 


i666,66§ 


1 250,00 


'333*331 


2142,85,7 


■4 ceo 


tniml 


2500,00 


2666,66! 


4**5,7 *j a 



l TABLE (hewing the value of any number of Cents, 
from one to one hundred, in Shillings, Pence, and Far- 
things. 



cts. 


s. 


d.f. 


rr/j 


.f. 


d.f. 


cts 


s. 


£/. 


c*j. 


s. 


d. f. 


I 


o 


° 3 


26 


1 


6 3 


51 


3 


2; 


76 


4 


6 3 


2 


o 


I 2 


27 


1 


7 2 


52 


3 


I 2 


77 


4 


7 2 


3 


o 


2 I 


28 


1 


8 1 


53 


3 


2 I 


78 


4 


8 1 


4 


o 


3 o 


29 


1 


9 


54 


3 


3 


79 


4 


9 


5 





3 2 


30 


1 


9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


80 


4 


9 2 


6 


o 


4 * 


31 


r 


10 1 


56 


3 


4 1 


81 


4 


10 1 


7 





5 o 


32 


i 


11 


57 


3 


5 


82 


4 


11 


8 


o 


5 3 


33 


1 


11 3 


58 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 


11 3 


9 


o 


6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 


6 2 


84 


5 


$ 2 


10 


o 


7 i 


3J 


2 


1 1 


60 


3 


7 1 


85 


5 


1 1 


ii 


o 


8 o 


36 


2 


2 


61 


3 


8 


86 


5 


2 


12 





8 3 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


8 3 


87 


5 


2 5 


*3 


o 


9 i 


33 


2 


3 1 


63 


3 


9 1 


88 


5 


3 1 


14 


o 


io o 


39 


2 


4 


64 


3 


10 


89 


5 


4 


15 


o 


io 3 


4o 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 3 


90 


5 


4 3 


16 


o 


II 2 


41 


2 


5 2 


66 


3 


11 2 


9 1 


5 


5 3 


17 


I 


O I 


42 


2 


6 1 


67 


4 


1 


92 


5 


6 1 


18 


I 


I o 


43 


2 


7 


68 


4 


1 


93 


5 


7 


i9 


I 


i 3 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 


4 


1 3 


94 


5 


Z 3 


20 


I 


2 2 


45 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 


2 2 


95 


5 


8 2 


21 


I 


3 o 


46 


2 


9 


7i 


4 


3 


96 


5 


9 


22 


I 


3 3 


47 


2 


9 3 


72 


4 


3 3 


97 


5 


9 3 


23 


I 


4 2 


48, 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


98 


5 


10 2 


24 


I 


5 i 


49 


2 


11 1 


74 


4 


5 1 


99 


5 


11 1 


25 


I 


6 o 


50; 


3 





75 


4 


6 


[100 


6 






Money accounts of the United States are' to be ex- 
>refTed in Dollars or Units, Di fines or Tenths, Cents or 
Hundredths, and Mtl/es or Thousandths. A Difme being 
he tenth part of zJDoIIar, a Ct?ȣ the hundredth part of 
t Dollar ^ and a M/7/? the thoufandth part of a Dollar, 



.5 

CO 

V 

«t 

^. 

> 


-5 'S3UIJIQ 


| o 
^ o 
'* o 

Q-'xd 

^ O 

i ° 


O cnOO O *"^no 
O CNOvCO r^ vo 
00 <3-so "^ ^ co on 


V 3 


jj K C 


O C O C\ ^ O so 
O O oo w *-i oo r^ 

c* m HI M M o O 


k V f * J 


. o 

<-> 


OvO O O so O no 

O M ^ »^> ^3-00 r- 

HI 1-4 >H 



o o 
o o 

M o 



oo 



c-fe 



H- "5 
O^B 

2 s . 

T3 B 
B O 

.2D 

i- 1 



o 

2 



■^ . q. 5i ^ . r- 



i « % 



l-i o o o o o o o o 

1^00 ^sC CO t^sO CnCO 

HI HJ w ' 

M'O w ^ r« w h ih «4 



00 

o 



^OOOOOsOOO 
^ NO CO 00 sO 00 t^c< d 

HI ,_ 



§oV§ .-OOOOOOnOO 

? $£? \4 £? ^° ^ r " M « >o so 

£ 3 PQ I . *~ 



pavpuvjs 






o 

CO 



o 

so 



NO 




-. o iT w C> ~* a, 



rt 



.iS "5) C B C3 
O^OO B g g. g 

*-»* Q ^ « fc W {*< 



a ^3 O O O 



Wh^ 



\ TABLE of Simple Interest af 6 per Cent, 


For any S 


urn from 20 r. 


to /\iooo. 




i 


Mom 


| 3 Mori. | 6 Mon. 


A Year. 


£• 


s. 


d. 


S< 


j. d. ^. 


s. 


tf..-fl. 


s. 


d.q. 


i 


O 


1 





032 





7 


1 


2 1 


2 


O 


2 


1 


070 


1 


2 


2 


4 3 


3 


O 


3 


2 


O 10 3 


1 


9 2 


3 


7 ° 


4 


O 


4 


3 


121 


2 


4 2 


4 


9 


5 


O 


6 





1 6 


3 





6 





6 


O 


7 





1 9 2 


3 


7 


7 


2 


7 


O 


3 


1 


210 


4 


2 


8 


4 


8 


O 


9 


2 


2 4 3 


4 


9 2 


9 


7 


9 





10 


3 


2 8 1 


5 


4 a 


10 


9° 


~r-~ 


L 


s. 


d. 


/. s. d> 


L 


j. d. 


I. 


s. d. 


10 





1 





3 





60 





12 


20 





2 





60 





12 


1 


4 


3° 





3 


O 


90 





18 


1 


1G 


40 





4 





12 


1 


40 


2 


8 


5° 





5 





0150 


l 


10 


3 





60 





6 





18 


1 


16 


3 


12 


7° 





7 





1 i 


2 


2 


4 


4 


So 





8 





1 40 


2 


So 


4 


16 


9° 





9 





1 70 


2 


14 


5 


80 


100 





10 





1 10 


3 





6 





200 


1 








3 ° ° 


6 





12 





300 


1 


10 





4 iO O 


9 





l8 





4 00 


2 








600 


12 





24 





500 


2 


10 





7 lO O 


15 





3° 





600 


3 








9 ° !i 8 





36 





*700 
j 


3 


10 





10 10 0.21 





42 





800 4 








12 00 


24 


00 


4 8 





9OO 4 


10 





13 10 


27 





54 





1000 


1 5 








15 00 


3° 


00 


60 






CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 



DUTIES. 



ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 



Articles on -which Duties are payable at their import! 
tion into the united States, with Rates of 
Import ; alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and fide, Ret otherwife 
enumerated, or parts thereof I5per cent ad. Vt 
Apparatus, philofbphical, fpecially im- 
ported for any feminary of learning, free. 
Ale, beer and porter, in cafks or bottles, 8 cents per gal. 
on value of the bottles, 1 2 \per cent ad. m 

Artificial flowers, feathers and other 

ornaments for women's head 'drdles, 15 
Annifeed, .. - - - 15 

Anchors, i'ji 

Articles of all kkicjs of the growth, 
product, or manufacture of the U- 
nited States, fbirits excepted, fsee. 

Erafs teptenage and wire, free. 

— iron, or iteel locks, binges, hoes, 
anvils, and vifes, i2£ 

all other manufactures ofbfafs^ij 
B a 1 1 s a n d b a 1 i\\ ms , ( fe e p b w tiers, p a fte s 

&c.) * , 15 

Beer, ale, or porter, in caiks or bo: 
ties, 

on value of the bottles, 12 J \ 

Bricks and tiles, 15 * , 

Bonnets, hats, and caps, of every kind, 1 5 
Boots, 7j 

Books, blank u \ pf r cent ud.vaL 

Books of perforts w-lio come to refide 

in thi United States, free. 

Buttons of every kind, 2 5 p C r cent Ad, VaU 



ditto. 

cuts pet y ■ 

per ct . 

ditto. 

ditto. 
-t'?:ts per p*rr. 






pickles, flioe and knee 
jjjifhes, 

bullion, 

iurguncly wine, 

Gannon of brafs, 

wkjriages', or parts of carriageSj 

;artls, playing, 

-.■ ■ ■ - wool and cotton, 

v.ibles and tarred cordage, 

Cabinet wares, 

>aps,hats,and bonnets, of every kind, 1 5 

Carpets and carpeting, 

>arttidge paper, 

handles of tallow, 

■ of wax or fpermaceti, 

Champaign wine, 

Papers, 

}anes t walking flicks and whips, 

>ambricks, 

^heefe, 

afina ware, 

Cinnamon, cloves, currents^nd com- 
fits, • 5 

Chintzes and coloured calicoes or muf- 
lins, and all -printed, ftained, or col- 
ored goods, or manufactures of cot- 
ton, or of linen or of both, or of 
which cotton or linen is the mate- 
rial of chief value, 

*ocoa, 

"hocoiate, 

Hogs and golofhoes, (fee Ihoes) 

)ordage tarred, 

and yarn untarred, 



15 per ctnt ad. vtU 
I2£ ditto. 

free* 

45 cents per gallon. 
I 5 per cent ad. nal, 
20 ditto. 

2^ cents per pack. 
50 cents per doz. 
160 cents per- c~vt. 
1 5 per cent ad. vaL 

ditto. 

15 ditto. 

15 ditto. 

2 cents per lb. 

6 ditto. 
45 cents per gal. 
15 per cent ad. val, 

124 ditto. 

I2i ditto. 

7 c ents p er pounds 
15 per cent ad. vaU 



ditto. 



^oi me tics, 

Joal, 

Colors, (fee painters') 

Copper manufactures, 



12J ditto. 

2 cents per potmd* 

3 ditto. 
15 cents per pair. 
1 8$ cents per civt. 
225 ditto. 
) 5 per cent ad. val % 

5 cents per buJheU 
IS per cent ad. val, 
15 ditto. 



24 

Copper in plates, pigs, and bars free 

Compositions for the teeth and gums, 

(fee dentrifices) i 5 pc cent hd. v 

Coffee, 5 Cents per pour 

Cotton, 3 ditto, 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value, being 
printed, ftuined, or colored, or cot- 
ton manufactures not printed, (rain- 
ed or colored, :..- \2\ per cent Ad. v, 

Clocks and watches, or parts of either, 15 ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, phastons, chairs, 
chaifes, foios, or other carriages, 
or parts of either, 20 ditto. 

Cloathing, ready made, i2§ • ditto. - 

Clothes, books, houfehold furniture, 
and the tools or implements of the 
trade or prof iHons of perfons who 
come to refide in the United States, free. 

Ctatla-fTes, or parts thereof* I 5 per cent. nj. v< 

Dates, and figs, 15 ditto* 

Dentrifice powders, tinclu#s, prepar- 
ations and compositions for the 
teeth or gums, 15 ditto. 

Dolls, drefed or undreffed, 15 ditto. 

Drugs, medicinal, except thofe com- 
monly ufed for dying, 15 ditto. 

* and woods for dying, free. 

Earthen and ftone wares, 1 5 per cent ad. vah 

Effences, (fee powder*, pailes, Zzc.) 15 ditto. 

Fans, or parts thereof, 1 5 ditto. 

Fayal wine, 28 cents per gallon* 

Feathers and other ornaments for wo- 
men's head- drelTes, 1 5 per cent ad. val. 

Fringes commonly ufed by upholfter- 

ers, coach makers, and faudiers, is ditto. 

Fig*, 15 ditto. 



Floor 
eitt 
Fruit 
Furs 



25 

Flowers, artificial, 

Floor cloths and mats, or parts 
cither, 

Fruits of all kinds, 

Furs of every kind undreflcd, 

Glafs— black quart bottles 

— window glafs, 

i all other glafs, and manufac- 
tures thereof, 

Glauber falts, 

Gauzes, 

Geneva, (fee fpirits) 

Ginger, 

Girandoles, or parts thereof, 

Golofhoes, (fee fhoer.) 

Gloves and mittens of every kind, 

Gold, filvcr, and plated ware, 

Gold and filver lace, 

Goods, wares, and aierchandize, im- 
ported directly from China or In- 
dia, in Ihips or veffels not of the 
United States, except teas, China 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, i2| ditto. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, in» 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or place in the fame -{hip 
or vefTel in which they fhall be im- 
ported — and all articles of the 
growth, product or manufacture of 
the United States, fpirits excepted, free. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, I 2 J- per cent ad v&U 



*5 per 


cent ad. 


vaL 


of 






»5 


ditto. 




15 


ditto. 




free, 






1 2 | per 


cent. ad. 


v»U 


15 


ditto. 




ic- 

20 


ditto. 




200 cents per cnt. 


12% per 


cent ad. 


veil. 


15 


ditto. 




20 


ditto. 




15 cents per p 


a!r. 


ISper 


cent ad. 


vaU 


15 


ditto. 




15 


ditto. 





Glue, 


15 


ditto. 


Gunpowder 


* 2 i 


ditto. 


Hangers, or parts thereof, 


r5 


ditto. 


Hair powder, 


15 


ditt». 



Hats, caps ? and bonnets, of every 

kind, . i 5 ditto. 

Hemp, 100 cents per curt. 

Hides, raw, free, 

lioufehold furniture of perfons who 

come to refide in the U. States, free. 
Implements of the trade or profeflion 

of perfons who come to refide in 

the United States, free. 

' Indigo, 25 cents per pound* 

Iron wire, free. 

■ fteel, or brafs locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, and vifes, 12 j per cent, advah 

■ ■ ■ ' ■ '■ ■ - ■ :■ ■ caft, flit, or rolled, and all ma- 
nufactures of iron, fteel, or brafs, 

or of which either of thefe metals 

is the article of chief value, not be- 
' ing .other wife particularly enume 

rated, 
Jewellery and pafte work, 
Lace of gold and filver, 
Laces and lawns, 
Laces, lines, fringes, talTels and trim 

mings, commonly ufed by upholfter 

.ers, coach makers and faddlers, 
Lampblack, 
Lapis Calaminaris, 
Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 

manufactures of leather, or of 

which leather is the article of chief 

value, not otherwife particularly 

enumerated, 15 per cent sd vaU 

Lead, and mu fleet ball, 1 cent per pound. 

— 1 — all other manufactures of lead, 

or in which lead is the chief article, 1 cent per pound. 
Lemons and limes, 15 per Ciflt ad vxh 

Linen or cotton manufactures, or of 

both, or of which cotton or linen is 



15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


w| 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


I2| 


ditto. 


free- 





2 7 

the material of chief value, being 
printed, ftained, or coloured, or 
cotton manufactures, not printed, 
flamed or coloured, 12± per cent ad *di. 

Linen manufactures, or of which lin- 
en is the chief article of value, not 
printed, ftained or coloured, 12£ ditto. 

Lifbon and Oporto wines, $c cents per gallon 

Looking glafles, or parts thereof, 20 percent, ad vaL 

Manufactures of tin, pewter and cop- 
per, 15 ditt0 - 

I , of iron, fteel, or brafs, 

not otherwife particularly enumer- • 
ated, J X ditto, 

of leather, not other- 



wife particularly enumerated, _ 15 ditto. 

■ of lead, not- otherwife 



particularly enumerated, I cent per pcund* 

of cotton or linen, or of 



both, printed, ftained or coloured, 
or of cotton not printed, ftained or 
coloured, 12% per cent ad ■ 

of linen, not printed, 



ftained or colored, 1 21 per cent ad ml 

of glafs, (fee glafs) 

of tobacco, (fee fnufr 



and tobacco) 

of wood, (fee cabinet 

wares and wood) 

of the United States, 



fpirits excepted, free. 

Mats and ileor cloths, or parts of ci- 

the r, 1 5 -per cent ad val . 

Malt, 10 cents per bujhei. 

Marble, flate, and other ftone, bricks, 
tiles, tables, mortars, and other u- 
teunis of marble or flate, and gene- 
rally all ftone, and earthern ware, \$per cent ad val. 



2b 



ditto. 



dittt* 



Madeira wines, (fee wines) 

Malaga wine, 28 cents per galh 

Mace, 15 per cent ad va 

Medicinal drugs, except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying, 15 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, im- 
ported directly from China or In- 
dia, in fhips or veflels not of the 
"United States, except teas, China 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, I2j 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or place in the fame fhip 
or veiTel hi vvkich they fhall be im- 
ported — and all the articles of the 
growth, product, or manufacture 
of the United States, fpirits ex- 
cepted, free. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, not 
herein other wile particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, \i\per cent ad val 

Mittens and gloves of every kind, 15 ditto. 

Mi ilinery ready made, 15 ditto. 

iles, 5 ants per gallon 

Muikets and firelocks with bayonets 
fluted to the fame, andmu&ct ball, 
or parts of either, 15 

Mufeets and firelocks without bayo- 
nets, or parts of-either, 15 

Muftard in flour, 15 



dersj 



Oil, 
Oportc 

Paper 1 



ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto. 



My 

ed, ftained 

Nails, 
Nankeens, 
Nutmegs, 
Orangey 



•.Hinets, whether print 
colored) or other wife, 



12 -J ditto. 
1 cents per pound, 
1 2 1 per cent ad val% 
15 ditto. 
15 ditto. 



Li-"? ~ " 

Ornaments for women's head dneffes, 1 5 ditto 



2 9 

Ointment:, oils, and odors, (fee pow 

ders, parley &c.) *5 thtio. 

Olives, J5 dittd. 

Oil, *5 ditto. # 

Oporto and Lifbon wine, 3° ft ' ?;/ - r /•" 

Paper hangings, 1$ ; per cent 

, writing and wrapping, *^i ditto. 

, fheathing and cartridge, 15 ditto. 

Painters' colours, whether dry or 
ground in oil, except thofe Com- 
monly ufed in dying, 1 5 «:tto. 
•Pack thread and twine, 

Parte boards, parchment or veltonlj 1 2 J per cent 
Pafte work, and jewellery, 3 5 ditto. 

Phastons, or parts thereof, 20 ^kto, 

Plainer of Paris, fffcfe. 

Pewter manufactures, • >5 ditto. 

, old free^ 

Pepper, 6 cents per > 

Pe 1 : f u n 1 e s , 1 5 f, ' c r c £ * t & ■ i '< &l* 

Piftols, or parts thereof, 15 ditto. 

Pictures and prints, 13% ditto. 

Pimento, 4<" * nt - f /> <?* ^ 7 ' «^« 

Printing types, I2£per a-«r /rd ?v.' 

Pickles of all forts, 15 ditto. 

Printed, llained, or colored goods, or 
manufactures of cotton, 01 of iinen, 
or of both, i»^ ditto* 

Philosophical appsratus, fpcciaJiy im- 
< ported for any feminary of learn- 
ing* free. 
Porter, beer, or ale, in cafes or bot- 
tles, 8 cents per gallon, 
•* — *on value of the bottles, 1 ? £ per cent ad vol 
Powder for hair, 15 ditto, 
gunpowder, I2i ditto- 
Powders, partes, balls, baJfams, oint- 
ments, oils, waters, wafhes, tine* 
C 2 



30 

tores-, etiericeSj or other prepara- 
tions or compofuions, commonly 
called fweet fcents^ odors, per- 

iumes, or cofmetjes, and all pow- 
ders or preparations tor the teeth 
organs, , 5 ditto# 

i-Mumbs and prunes, 15 ditto. 

Kaifms, I5 difcto# 

Raw hides, and fkins, free. 

Hum (fee fpirits) - 

Salt, weighing more than fifty-fix 

pounds per bufiiel, 20 cents per 56 lb* 

— weighing fifty-fix pounds per 

bufhel, or lefs, zo cents per bufielA 

Scilt!?, glauber zco cents per cwt. \ 

Stained, printed, o r colored goods, or 

manufactures of linen, 1 2 i percent ad vah 

Salt petre, free. 

St. Lii car wines, 40 cents per gallon, 

Starch, ~ 15 per cent ad val 

Sail cloth, 3 2j ditto. 

Slate,, ilon<?, and flone ware, V5 ditto. 

Saddles or parts thereof, 12J ditto. 

S-atiiis and other wrought fllks, 12§ ditto. 

Steel, 100 cents per cwt. 

St?jl, iron, or brafs locks, hinges, 

iio.5, an vils, and vifc s, 1 2^ *cr cent advah 

all other manuf.iftures of flee], 15 ditto. 

Sheathing and cartridge paper, 35 ditto. 

Sherry win*, ■ 40 cents per gallon* 

Sea (lores of ihjbs or vefTels, free. 

Spermaceti candles, 6 cents per lb* 

Sweet fcerits, (fee powders, pafles, 

Sec) 15 per cent ad vxU 

Spirits diitilled in foreign countries: 
viz. From Grain* 

Firft proof 28 cents per gallon* 

Second proof 29 ditto. 



3* 
34 
40 
5* 

25 

25 
28 

3* 

38 
46 



3* 

Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 

From other Materials* 
Firft proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spirits diflilled in the United States, 
imported in the fame fhip or vef- 
fel in which they had been previ- 
ously exported from the United 
States, viz. 

From Mtlajfes. 
Firil proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
From Materials of the growth and pro~ 
duce of the United States* 
Firft proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spikes, 

Silver and plated ware, 
— — lace, 
Skins, raw 

Shoes and flippers of filk, 
— — other fnoes and flippers for men 
2nd women, clogs or golofhoes, 15 



15 
16 

37 
19 
23 
30 



7 

8 

9 

1 1 

i3 
18 



ditto, 
dittf. 
ditto, 
ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto. 



ditto, 
ditto. 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 



ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto; 
ditto.' 
ditto, 
ditto. 
1 cent per pound, 
1 5 per cent ad vah 
15 ditto, 

free. 
25 cents per pair* 



ditto* 



32 

■" '■■ other fhoes and flippers for chil- 
dren, io ditto. 

Swords or cutlaffcs, or parts of ei- 
ther, is per cent ad. val. 

Stockings, 1 5 ditto. 

Stone and ear them ware, 15 ditto. 

Soap, 2 cents per pound. 

Solos and other carriages, or parts 

thereof, 20 per cent ad, val. j 

Sulphur, free. 

Sugars, brown aj cents per pound % \ 

„■■ ., white clayed 3 ditto. 

, do. powdered J ditto. 

■ ■■■ — , all other clayed or powdered 2i ditto. 

, lump fci ditto. 

mm — . — , loaf 9 ditto. 

, other refined 6| ditto. 

Sugar-candy, jijl ditto. 



Snuff, 



Taffels and trimmings commonly ufed 
by uplioiiterers, coach makers, and 



22 cents per pound. 



faddlers, 



IS per cent ad. vaL 



Tables of marblG, flate, and other 

ftoae, or parts thereof, 15 ditto. 

Tallow candles, 2 cents per pound. 

Teas, from China and India, 

— — , bohea 13 

, .. fouchong and other black 18 

_-. hyfon, imperial, gunpowder or 

gomee 32 

■»— , other green teas, 20 
From Europe* 

bohea 14 



fouchong and other black 



21 



— , hyfon, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee, 4o 

•— m- 9 other green tear, 24 



ditto, 
ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto. 



33 

From any other place* 

— — , bohea 17 ditto*. 

lr*-, fouchong and other black 27 ditto. 

""• — , hyfon, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 56 ditto. 

»-~, other green teas, 30 ditto* 

Teneriffe wine, 28 cents per gallon. 

Twine and packthread, 4 00 cents per cwt. 

Tin manufactures, 15/^ cent ad. vaU 

— — in pigs and plate*, free. 

Tinctures, (fee powders, paftes, Sec) 15 per cent ad it ah 

Tiles and bricks, 15 ditto. 

Toys not otherwife enumerated, i2| ditto. 

Tobacco, manufactured (other than 

muff) io cents per W. 

Tools of the trade or prof«ffion of 
perfons who come to refide in the 
United states, 

Typ-s for printing, 

Velvets and velverets, 

Wares of tin, pewter, and copper, 

■ .... , eartheru or (tone 

— — — > China 

■— — , gold, filver, and plated 

— .— ■jgoods, and merchandize import- 
ed directly from China or India in 
ihips or veifels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, 
and all other articles liable to high- 
er rates of duties, 12J ditto. 

r/ , ' 1 goods, and merchandize of the 
growth, produce, or manufacture 
of the United States, (fpirits ex- 
cepted) free. 
Wafers, 15 per cent ad* vah 

Waters and wafhes, (fee powders, 

paftes, &"c) 15 ditto. 

"Walking flicks, whips, and canes, 12^ ditto, 



tree. 




\2h per 


cent ad. vah 


12I 


ditto. 


*5 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 



' 34 

Wax candles, 6 cents per psund. 

Watches and clocks, or parts of ei- 
ther, is per cent ad mh 

Wines, in cajks % bottles, and other vejfcls. 

<— Malmfey, Madeira, and London 

particular Madeira, 58 cents per gallon, 

— ■ - all other Madeira wine, 50 ditto. 

Burgundy, Champaign, Rhenifh, 
and Tokay wines, 45 ditto. 

« Sherry and St. Lucar wines, 40 ditto. 

— — Claret and other wines not enu- . , 

, merated, when imported in bottles 
or cafes, 35 ditto. 

*— — Liiboa. Oporto, and other Por- 
tugal wines, 30 ditto. 

— — Teneriffe, Fayal, Malaga, St. 
George, and other Weftern Iflands 
wines, 28 ditto. 

» .all other wines when imported 

' otherwife than in bottles or cafes, 23 ditto. 

— — on value of the bottles, *2j per cent ai yak 

Window glafs, 15 ditto. 

\Vire of brafs and iron, free. 

Wool and cotton cards, 50 cents per dozen* 

Wool unmanufactured, iiee. 

Wood unmanufactured, free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclufive of ca- 
binet wares) 1 2| per cent ad val. 

Yarn untarred, 225 cents per ciit. 

All other goods not before particular- 
ly enumerated and described, 1 2-| per cent ad val. 

%JT* All parts of articles to be fubject to the fame du- 
ties as the entire article is fubject to. 

Bottles in which liquors are imported, pay the fame 
duty as empty bottles. 



35 

The following Articles are free fr$m Dutj. 

philofophical apparatus fpccially imported for any femi- 
narv of learning. 

Articles of all kinds, of the'growth, product, or manu< 
fafture of the United States. 

Copper in plates, pigs, and bars. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, and the tools or im- 
plements of the trade or profeffions of perfons who 
come to refide in the United States. 

Drugs and woods for dying. 

Furs of every kind undrefTed. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize intended fro be exported 
in the lame veifel in which they fhall be imported. 

Raw hides, and iron ware. 

Lapis Calaminaris. and Hiaifter of Paris. 
"Old pewter and tin, in pigs and plates. 

Wire of brafs and iron. 

Wool and wood unmanufactured. | 0| I^QQ/, 

TONNAGE, 
By Acl: of Congrefs, approved 2d March, 1799, to be paid 
at the time of entering the veflel, and before any per- 
mit fhall be granted for unloading any part of the 
cargo, at the following rates : 

On all Ihips or veifels, entering from any foreign port or 
place. 

Per Ten, Cents* 
Ships or vefTels of the United States, 6 

built within the United States after 
the 20th july, 1789, but belonging 
wholly or in part to foreign powers, 
duly recorded, 30 

On other mips or vefTels, 53 

VefTels of the United States, employed in the coaft- 

ing trade or fifheries, duly licenfed, per annum, 6 
VefTels of the United States, (other than licenfed) 
taking in merchandize in a diftricl in one ftate, 



00 



io- 



36 

to be delivered in a diftriel: in another (late, other 
than an adjoining ftate on the fea coaft, or on a 
navigable river, 6 

Other (hips or vefTels, taking in merchandize to be 
delivered in another diflriel, $o 

DUTIES payable tu Dels, Cts, 

Gold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of the 

flandard prior to the year 1792— for every 27 

grains, 
Gold coins of France, Spain, and the dominions 

of Spain, of theitandard prior to the year 1792, 

for every 27 and 2 fifth grains, 
Spanifli milled dollars — 17 pwt. 7 grs. 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France — iS pwt. 17 grains, 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 

Provided, That no foreign coins fhall be receivable, 
which are not by law a tender for the' payment of all 
debts, except in confequence of a Proclamation of the 
Prefident of the United State?*, authorifing fuch foreign 
coins to be received in payment of the duties and fees 
afore faid. 

Rates of Coins for cftimating Duties* 
Pound fterling of Great Britain, 
Livre Tournois of France, 
Florin or guilder of the United Netherlands, 
Mark banco of Hamburgh, 
Rix dollar of Denmark, 
Ryal plate of Spain, 

■ Vallon of do. 
Milree of Portugal, . • 
Pound fterling of Ireland, 
Tale orChina, . 
Pagoda of India, » 

Rupee of Bengal, 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as may 
be, to the faid rates, or the intrinfic value thereof, com* 





4 44 


. 


. 18 


ands, 


. 40J 




33i 




j 00 




10 




05 




1 24 




4 10 




1 48 




1 94 




ssh 



37 

pared with the money of the United States. Provided, 
That it fhall be lawful lor the President of the United 
States to caufe to be eihtblifhed, lit and proper regula- 
tions for estimating the duties on gopds, wares and mer- 
chandize, imported into the United States, in refpee"r to 
which the original coii mail be exhibited in a deprecia- 
ted currency, iifued and circulated under authority of 
any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares, and merchandize, imported 
from the Cap* of Good Hope, or beyond the fame, (if ad 
valorem articles) 20 per cent to be added to trie actual 
coil thereof, including all charges, (eommiflions, outfide 
packages, and infurance only excepted) and ten per cent 
if from any foreign port, before the duties are calcu- 
lated. 



FEES OF OFFICE. 

To the Collector and Naval officer, 

DoIs.Cts. 

Entry of a vefTel of 100 tons or upwards 2 50 

Clearance, do, do. 2 50 

Entry of a veflel under 100 tons 3 1 50 

Clearance of do. do. do. I 50 

Every poft entry, 2 00 

Permit to land goods, o 20 

, Every bond taken officially, o 40 
permit to land goods for exportatioa for 

drawback, o 30 

debenture or other official certificate o 20 

bill of health, o 20 
Official document (regifler excepted) required 

by any perfon, o 21 
To the Surveyor. 
Admeafuring and certifying the fame, of every 

fliip or veifel of jog tons and under, per ton, o 01 
Admeafurement of. every (hip or veilei above 100 ' 

tons and not exceeding 200 tons, 1 50 

Above 200 tons, r ^ 



38 

For all other fer vices on board any fhip or vefTel 
of ioo tons and upwards, having on board 
goods, wares, or merchandize, fubjecl to dnty, ; 
For like fer vices on board any fhip or VefTel of 

lefs than joo tons, I 50 

On all veiTels not having on board goods, wares, 

or merchandize, fubjecl to duty, I 66| 

Allowances for Draft. 3b. 

Any quantity of 100 weight -or 112 lb. 1 

above 100 and under 200, 2 

200 and under 3°°> 3 

300 and under 400, 4 

400 and under 1800, 7 

1800 and upwards, 9 

Tares. lb. 

On every whole cheft of bohea tea, 70 

half do. do. 36 

quarter do. do. 20 

cheft of hyfon or other green tea of 70 

lb. or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 and 70 lb. 18 

do. it 80 lb. 20 

do. from 80 lb. upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes, canvas and other coverings 

On all other boxes of teas, according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 

On coffee in bags, 2 per cent 

in bales, 3 

in cafks, 12 

On fugar, other than loaf fugar, in calks, 12 

in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On cocoa, in cafks, 10 

in bags, 1 

On pimento, in cafes, 36 

in bags, 3 

On cheefe, in hampers or bafkets, *o 

in boxes, *° 



On- 
One 

On I 

(Jill 



^Ic 



39 

On candles, in boxes, 8 per cent. 

On chocolate, in boxes, 10 

On cotton, in bales, 2 

in feroons, 6 

On glanber falts, in calks, 8 

On Indigo, in barrels, f 12 

in other cafes, 15 

in feroons, 10 i 

in bags or mats, 3 

On nails, in cafks., 8 

On pepper in calks, 12, 

in bales, 5 

in bag's, 2 

On fugar candy, in boxes, io 

On fegars, in boxes, t& 

On foap, in boxes, 10 

On foot, in calks, 3 

On twine, in caiks, 12 

in bales, 3 

On all other goods according to the invoice 

thereof, as actual weight. 

Allowance for leakage and Breakage. 
Two per cent allowed on the gauge on all nierfcfcaii* 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in calks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter, in bottles, 
and live per cent on all other liquors in bottles, to be 
dedu6ted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of breakage; 
or it fhall be lawful to compute the Curies on the actual . 
quantity by tale, at the option of the importer at tkc 
time of entry, 

Terms of Credit. 
When the duties on ad valorem articles are lefs than 
50 dollars, it muifc be p. J k! immediately ; if /pacific, a 
depolit mint t>e made to fecure the fame, which whin 
afcertaincd, will be immediately fettled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the fum 
payable by one perfon or co partnerfhip) fhall amount 
to more than fifty dollars, the fallowing credit is ailosv- 



40 L^ 

ed by law, except where ^any bond on which the perfonJ^ '^. 

or co-partnerfhip entering fuch goods, wares, or mer-p^ 

chandize, are either principal or fecurity, and which! 1^ 

"being clue remains undischarged. l eT0 Jr 

On all articles the produce of the Weft-Indies (fait I y'! 

excepted) the one half in three months and the other I ^, 

half in fix months. 1 d® 

On fait, in nine.months. -pe^ 

On Madeira, and all other wines, twelve months. iM* 1 

On all goods, Sec. from Europe, (wines, fait and teas 1 ^ 

excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, and 1 ^ 

one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. (wines, fait and teas excepted)' 
from any other place than Europe and the Welt-Indies, 
one naif in fix months, one fourth in nine months,* and | 
one fourth in twelve months. 

On teas, 44 from China or Europe, may be depofited at 
the option of the importer or importers (to be determin- 
ed at the time of making entry therefor) either to fe- 
cure the duties thereon, on the fame terms and ftipula- 
tions as on other goods, wares and merchandize import- 
ed, or to give his or her or their bond, to the collector 
of the diftriet, where any fuch teas mail be landed, in 
double the amount of the duties thereupon, with condi- 
tion for the payment of the faid duties in two years from 
the date of fuch bond; which bond in all be accepted by 
fuch co-lector without furety, upon the terms follow- 
ing ; that is to fay, The teas, for the duties whereof 
fuch bond {hall be accepted, fhall be depofited at. the 
expense and rifle of the fiid importer or importers, j-s 
one or -moreitore houfe or ftore houfes, as the cafe may 
require, to be agreed upon/'' Src. The faid teas to be 
• delivered upon bond being given with one or more fure- 
ty or furctles, to the fatisfacYion of the collector 44 if the 
feme mall not exceed ioo dollars, in four months; if 
•above ioo dollars, and not exceeding 500 dollars in 
eifefct montfes ; or if the fame ih all exceed 500 dollars, 
in twelve months; 10 that the term of credit fliall not 



4i 

extend the period beyond two years from the time of 
depoiiting the faid teas : any teas remaining after the 
term of two years, to be fold by the collector, who fhail 
return the furplus (alter paying the duties) to the own- 
er or owners thereof. 

When the bonds given for duties (hall become due, and 
not difcharged, the collector to profecute without delay; 
and in cafe of infolvency or death the United States lo 
be the firft creditor, " and if any executor, adminiftra- 
tor, aflignee, or any other perfon, ihall pay any debt due 
by the perrfon or ellate, from whom, or for which they 
are acting, previous to the debt or debts due to the Uni- 
ted States, being fully fatisfied and paid, flialJ become 
anfwerable in their oun perfon and cftate for the fame, or 
part thereof remaining unfatisfied. 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, fhall in cafes 
of infolvency or death of the principal, i4 have and en- 
joy the like advantage:,, priority or preference for the 
recovery and receipt of the faid money out of the eftate 
and effects of fuch infblvent, or deceafed principal, as 
are referved to the United States." 

When bonds are proiecuted for the recovery of duties 
due to the United States, judgment to be granted at the 
return term, *' unk-fs the defendant mall in open court, 
the United States Attorney being prefent, make oath or 
affirmation, that an error has been committed in the li- 
quidation of the duties demanded upon inch bond, fpeci- 
fyirtg the errors alleoged to have been committed, and 
that the fame have been notified, in writing, to the col* 
lector of the diftriet prior to the commencement of the 
return term aforefaid." 

On all bonds upon which fuits mall be commenced, an 
interelt ihall be allowed at the rate of fix per cent per 
annum, from the time when faid bonds became due until 
the payment thereof." 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and bends 
to be given for fecuring the duties, if the whole or part 
of the car&o is deilined to different diftricts. 
D 2 



42 

^ Peris of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vejfeh. 

Nrj vefTel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citizens 
oi the United States, is admitted to unload at any port 
or place except the following : 

New Ham ?smRz~>Portf month. -Mass ac hit setts— 

Portland and Falmouth, New- Bedford, Dighton, Salem and 
Beverly, Gloucefrer, Newburyport, Marblehead, Nantucket, 
Lofton and Charleftown, Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's 
Bay, Wifcaflet, Machias, Penobfcot. — Rhode Island— 
Newport-, Providence. —-Connecticut— New- London, New- 
Haven — -New- York — New York. — New- Jersey— Perth- 
Amboy, Burlington.— Pennsylvania— Philadelphia. — De- 
laware — Wilmington, Newcaftle, Port-Penn.*— Mary- 
land — Baltimore, Annapolis^ Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown 
pfi Potomack, Cheiler town creek, Nottingham, Nanje- 
moy, Digges' Landing, Snowhill, Carrolfburg. — Vir- 
ginia— Alexandria, Kinfale, Newport, Tappahanno«k, 
Port Royal, Frederickfburg. Urbanna, Yorktown, Weft- 
point, Hampton, Bermuda hundred, Citypoint, Rocket's 
ling, Norfolk and Portfmoutk— North- Carolina — 
Wilmington^ Newbern, Beaufort, Wafbington, Edenton t 
'.PI auk -ridge.— South -Carolina — Charle/ion,Georgetown 9 
Beaufort — Georgia — Savannah, Sunbury, Brunfwick, Fre- 
derica, St. Mary's. 

Ndf fball any veiTel from the Cape of Good Hope, or 
h.?Tor, 1 the faine, \?& admitted to enter, except at the 
ports in Ilk above lift which are diftinguiftied by Italic, 
Rrfiric'lhvs on Importations. 

No goo;*?., wareS, or merchandize, of foreign growth, 
»r manufacture, fubjeel: to the payment of duties, mail 
hi brought nuo tne United States from any foreign port 
or place in any other manner than by Pea; nor in any 
Slip or vefTel of lefs than Thirty Tons burthen, agreeable 
to the mode of ascertaining American tonnage, except 
in certain diUriifh on the Northern, Northweftera and 
\v\ -item boundaries of the United States, adjoining to the 
dominions of Great Britain inUppsr and Lower Canada, 
and the diftncls on the nye^s QJaio and IV*Jilif?,ppi, 



43 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in calks oflefc 
capacity than Forty Gallons beer meafare, or if in bottles, 
in packages lefs than Sue Dozen, under penalty of for- 
feiture, with the fliip or veffel. 

No refined lump, or loaf iugar, lhall be imported into 
the United States, from any foreign port or place, ex- 
cept in lhips or vefl'els of the burthen of One Hundred 
*ml Twenty Tons and upwards, and in calks or packages 
containing each not lefs than Six Hundred Pounds, on 
pain of forfeiting the faid (hip or veilel, and the loaf and 
lump fugir imported therein, except in fuch caiks or 
packages as aforefaid. 

No diflilled fpirits, (arrack andfweet cordials except- 
ed) to be imported in cafks oi< veflels of lefs capacity 
than Ninety Gallons wine me a fare on pain of forfeiture, 
with the fhip or veffel, nor in calks or veflels which 
have been marked purfuant to any law of the United 
States, on pain of forfeiture of the faid refined lump or 
loaf fugar, and diflilled fpirits, together with the fhip or 
vefTel: Provided, that the forfeiture lhall not be incur- 
red on " any, fpirits imported, or brought into the Unit- 
ed States, in other calks or veflels as aforefaid or the 
ihip or vefTel in whieh they lhall be brought, if fucn fpi- 
rits (hall be for the ufe of the feamen on board of fuch 
ihip or veffel, and lhall not exceed the quantity of four 
gallons for each Teaman/' and which pall at the time of 
entry of the [aid veffel be inferted in the Manifef as the fea 
fores of fuch flip or <vcffcL 



INFORMATION GENERALLY. 

The want of certificates of diflilled fpirits, wines or 
teas, fubjecls fuch articles to feizure, and fifty dollars 
fine, if fuch certificates ate not delivered to the purcha- 
fer; and if any. calk, cheft, veffel or cafe, containing 
*ich articles, lhall be found in the polfelfion of any per- 
fon, without being marked and not being accompanied 
with a certificate, the fame is liable to feisme, * 



4-i 

On the fale of any calks, &x. wkich have been marked, 
the marks to be defaced in prefence oi'fome officer of 
infpection or ruftom ; and the certificate of the fame to 
be delivered up, under penalty of one hundred dollars 
with cofts of fuit. 

Goods from foreign ports, not to be unladen but be^ 
tween funrife and funfet, without fpecial licence, under 
a penalty of four hundred dollars on the mailer, and 
every other perfpn concerned, difabiiity from holding any 
office under the government of the United States for fe- 
ven years, and being advertifed in the newfpapers, with 
forfeiture of the goods ; and if above four hundred dol- 
lars, value of veffel and appareh 

Goods removed before gauged, and weighed, and if 
wines, fpirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
permiflion, are forfeited. 

Perfons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
kundred to two tboufand dollars. Inspectors and officers 
of revenwe cutters, may go onboard, examine and fearch 
veiTels, have free accefs to the cabin, and feal packages, 
and after funfet fecure the hatches, &c— Perfons in 
charge of veffels, for breaking faftenings, but in prefence 
of an officer, forfeit two hundred dollars. 

Officers may feize within or without their diftri&s ; 
perfons refuting or impeding them, forfeit four hundred 
dollars. 

The mafler or commander of any veffel, that mail 
obstruct or hinder (or be the caufe thereof) any officer of 
the revenue, in going on board his fhip or veffel, for the 
purpofe of carrying into effect any of the revenue Jaws 
of the United States, forfeits from fifty to five hundred 
dollars. 

Regifter Aft. Every owner of a veffel, refiding with- 
in the limits of the United States, to fwear to the regif- 
ter within ninety days after its being granted, or it be- 
comes void, and the veffel and cargo pays foreign ton- 
sage and duty. 



* " ' ' ■ — — 

CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR THE YEAR 1803. 



Executive and Legiflative Departments. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efq. Governor, 
Hon. John Treadwell, Efq. Lt. Governor. 



William Williams, Efq. 
JofcphP. Cook, Efq. 
William Hillhoufe, Efq. 
Roger Newbury, Efq. 
Thomas Seymour, Efq. 
Aaron Auftin, Efq- 



ASSISTANTS. 



David Daggett, Efq. 
Nathaniel Smith, Efq. 
John AUyn, Efq. 
Oliver Ellfworth, Efq. 
Jonathan Brace, Efq. 
Chauncey Goodrich, Efq? 



Samuel Wyllys, Efq. Secretary 

John Porter, Efq Comptroller of Public Accounts. 

Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Treafurer. 

ROLL of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and October Sefiions, 1802. 

MAY SESSION. 

John Chefter, Efq. Speaker. 
Elizur Goodrich, Efq. Timothy Pitkin, jun. Efq.ClerltS* 
T TART FORD, John Caldwell, John Morgan. 
XX Berlin, Amos Hosford, James North. 
Briftol, David Marks, B. Ilungerford. 
Baft-Hartford, B. Phelps, S. Grifwold. 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Abiel Wolcott. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 
Farmington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jun, 
Glaftenbury, Jonathan Wells, Samuel Wells* 
Granby, Pliny Hillyer, Samuel Clark, 
Hartland, Uriel Holmes, I. Williams, 



4b 

Southington, Samuel Hart, Timothy Clark. 

SufHeld, Luther Loomis, Hezekiah Huntington, 

Simfbury, George Humphrey, Jobn Beftor. 

Wethersfield, JohnChefter, Ezekiel P. Belden. 

Windfor, Daniel Talcott, E. F. Biffel. 

New-Haven, EHzur Goodrich, Noah Webfter. 

Branford, Benjamin Maltbie, James Barker, 

Chefhire, Pvufus Hitchcock, William Law. 

Derby, RuiTel Tomlinfon. 

Eaft-Haven, Amos Bradley. 

Guilford, Nathaniel Rofliter, A. Collins. 

Hamjen, Amafa Bradley. 

Milford, A. V. H. DeWitt, E. Clark, 

North- Haven, Jofeph Doolittle. 

Oxford, Thomas Clark. 

Wallingfurd, jared Potter, Brenton Hall. 

Waterbury, Ard Welton, Ethel Bronfon. 

Woodbridge, S- Ofhorne, E. Sanford, jun. 

Wolcott, Ifaac Bronfon. 

New- London, Lyman Law, George Colfax. 

Norwich, Eliflia Tracy, Jacob DeWitt. 

Bozrah, Jolhua Stark. 

Coichefter, Henry Champion, Daniel Watrous. 

Franklin, Nathan Lord. 

Groton, Starr Chcfter, Benadam Gallup. 

Lifbon, Ezra Biflibp. 

Lyme, Matthew Grifwcld, David F. Sill. 

Montville, Nathaniel Comftock. 

Piefton, John Crary, Alexai der Stewart. 

Stonington, Amos Palmer, Latham Hull. 

Waterford, Grifwold Avery. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, David Burr. 

Danbury, Timothy Taylor, B. Whittlefey. 

Brookfield, JefTe Noble. 

Greenwich, Jabez Fitch, Ebenezer Mead. 

Huntington, Agar judfon, E. Curtils. 

New-Canaan, Jofeph Siliiman. 

NcwFairfield, S. Allen, N. Beard fiey* 



47 

Newtown, William Edmond, Z. Ferris. 

Norwalk, William M. Betts, Phineas Miller* 

Reading, Seth S. Smith, A. L- Hill. 

Ridgfield, Joftaua King, Samuel stebbins. 

Stamford, I. Lockwood, William Waterbury, 4th. 

Stratford, Jabez H. To ulinfon, Robert Fairchikl, 

Wefton, David Silliman, t'amuel B. Sherwood. 

Trumbull, James Beardflee. 

Windham, Shubael Abbe, Timothy Larrab«e. 

Amford, A. Simmons, jun. William Walker. 

Brooklyn, John Parifli. 

Canterbury, John Francis, Jacob Bacon. 

Hampton, Eber.ezer Mofeley. 

Killingly, Eleazer Moffatt, L. Warren. 

Mansfield, C. South™ orth, F. Freeman. 

Lebanon, Elkanah Tifdale, Solomon Williams. 

Plainfield, Anthony Bradford, Ephraim Wheeler* 

Pomfret, Benjamin Durkee, John Holbrooke 

Thompfon, Jofeph Gay. 

Voluntown, Samuel Rob-bins. 

Sterling, Thomas Gordon. 

Woodftock, John M'Glellan, E. Child, 2d. 

Litchfield, James Morris, Frederick Wolcott. 

Bethlem, David Bellamy. 

Barkhamftead, Tfrael Jones, Pelatiah Allen. 

Canaan, Elizur Wright, Samuel Forbes^ 

Cornwall, John Sedgwick, Benjamin Gould* 

Colebreok, Grove Pinney, Arab Phelps. 

Gofhen, Birdfey Norton, Timothy Hale. 

Harwinton, James Brace, Daniel Catlin. 

Kent, David Comftock. 

New-Hartford, Seth Spencer, T- Henderfom 

New-Milford, foliah Starr, Philo Ruggles. 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, A. Pettibone. 

Plymouth, Lake Potter. 

Roxbury, Elihu Canfield- 

Salifbury, J. Dauchy, Nathaniel Church. 

Sharon, Jndibn Canfield, Auguftine Taylor . 



48 

Southbury, Aaron Hinman. 

Torrington, Elifha Smith, William Battel!. 

barren, John Tallmadge. 

VVafhington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, S. Mitchell. 

Watertown, Thomas Fenn. 

Winchefter, Seth Wetmore, A. Wilfon. 

Woodbury, E. Sherman, William Hawley. 

Middletown, Elijah Hubbard, Abij ah Savage. 

Chatham, Hezekinh Goodrich, B. Parmele. 

Durham, Dan Parmele, Charles Coe. 

Eaft-Haddam, Jonathan O. Mofeley, Eliphalet Holmes* 

Haddam, Ezra Brainard, Daniel Brainard, 

Killingwcrth, N. Wilcox, AfaBuel. 

Saybrook, William Hart, Jonathan Lay. 

Toll an©, Jonathan Bsrns, Daniel Edgerton. 

Bolton, jared Cone, Oliver King. 

Coventry, John Hale, Eleazer Pomeroy. 

Ellington, Robert Hyde. 

Hebreta, Elijah Honfe, John T. Peters. 

Semers, Calvin Pitkin, Ifachar Jones> 

Stafford, Eliab Alden, jtiTe 'Cady. 

Union, Nathaniel Newell, Robert Paul, jim. 

%Villington, Abel Johnfon, Samuel Duiiton. 



OCTOBER SESSION. 

Elizur Goodrich, Efq. Speaker. 

Timothy Pitkin, jun. Efq. j. O. Mofeley, Efq. Clerks* 

Hartford, John Caldwell, F!phraim Root. 
Berlin, James North, Amos Hosford. 
Briflol. Benjamin Hungerford, David Marks. 
Eaft-Harrfnrd, Shubael Grifwold, S. Pitkin. 
Eaft- Windfor, Charles Jenks, Abiel Wolcott. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Samuel Reynolds. 
Farmington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Glaftenbury, Jonathan Wells, Samuel Wells. 
Granby, Chauncy Pettibone, Hezekiah Holcomi::, 



49 

Hartland, Uriel Holmes, John Treat. 

Southington, Samuel Hart, Roger 1 Whittelfey, 

Suffield,* Luther Loomifs, Oliver Granger. 

Simfbury, Jona. Pettibone, Noali A. Phelps. 

Wethersiield, JohnCheftcr, E. P. Belden. 

Windfor, Eben. T. Biflel, Jona. Palmer, jr. 

New-Haven, Elizur Goodrich, N. Weblter. 

Branford, Timothy Hoadley, James Barker. 

Chelhire, Andrew Hull, ftufus Hitchcock. 

Derby, Canfield Gillet. 

Eaft- Haven, Enos Hemingway. 

Guilford, Auguftus Collins, Nathaniel Rofleter. 

Hamden, James Baffett. 

Milford, Abraham V. H. DeWitt, E. Clark, 

Oxford, Abel Wheeler. 

Wallingford, Jared Potter, Brenton Hall. 

Waterbury, Ard Welton, Abner Johnfon. 

Woodbridge, Abner Brandley,E. Sanford,jr. 

Wolcott, Street Richards. 

New London, Daniel Deihon, Lyman Law. 

Norwich, Elifha Hyde, Nathaniel Shipman, juii. 

Bozrah, Jofiiua Stark. 

Colchefter, Henry Champion, Dan'lWatrous. 

Franklin, Nathan Lerd. 

Groton, John Daboll, Jofeph Chapman, jun. 

Lilbon, Joftvua Perkins. 

Lyme, Mofes barren, jun. Richard Lord* 

Montville, Nathaniel Comft©ck._ 

Prefton, Jonah Witter, John Wilfon. 

Stonington, Wm. Williams, N. Pendleton. 

Waterford, George Williams. 

Fairfield, Walter Bradley, Robert Wilfon. 

Danbury, Comfort S. Mygatt, E. Wittelfey. 

Brookfield, George C. Smith. 

Greenwich, Jabez Fitch, Elkanah Mead. 

Huntington, A. Beardfley, David B. Newton. 

New- Canaan, Jofeph Silliman. 

New-Fairfield, Stephen Barns, Jos. Bc»rfe. 



50 

New-Town, David Baldwin, G. BotsforcV 
Norwalk, Wm. M. Betts, Phineas Miller. 
Heading, Seth S. Smith, Aaron Sanford. 
RidgeTield, Jofhua King, Samuel Stebbins. 
Stamford, Nathan Weed, jun. N. Mather. 
Stratford, Rofweil Judfon, Matthias Nicholl. 
Trumbull, Stephen Middlebrooks. 
Wefton, David Silliman, S. Sherwood. 
Windham, Shubael Abbe, Sam'l Perkins. 
Afhford, Jofiah Byles, Jafon Woodward. 
Brooklyn, Roger W. Williams. 
Canterbury, Stephen Betts, John Francis. 
Hampton, Ebenezer Mofely. 
Kiilingly, Ebenezer MofFatc, Luther Warren. 
Mansfield, Heman Storrs, JefTe Williams. 
Lebanon, Dan'l Tilden, Solomon Williams* 
Plainfield, joihua Dunlap, Jofeph Eaton, 
pomfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingalls. 
Thompfon, jofeph Gay. 
Yoluntown, Allen Campbell. 
Sterling, Noah Cole. 

Woo.illock, E; Childs, 2d, John M'Clellan. 
Litchfield, Ephraim Kirby, Mofes Seymour* 
Bethtem, David Leavit, jun. 
Barkhempfted, Ephraim Munfon, I. Jones. 
Canaan, John Eimore, EHzur W r right. 
Cornwall, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burnhani. 
C»»lebrook, Grove Pinney, Ifaac Benedict. 
Gofiien, Birdfey Norton^ Timothy. Hale. 
Harrington, James Brace, Daniel Catlin. 
Kent, Barzillai Sloflbn. 

New Hartford, Seth Spencer, John Henderfon, 
New-Milford, jofiah Starr, Philo Ruggles. 
Norfolk, Nath'l Stevens. A. Pettibone. 
Plymouth, Lake Potter. 
Roxbury, John Trowbridge. 
Salifbury, Adonijah Stro»g, Nathaniel Church. 
Sharon, Judfon Can field, Auguftioe Taylor. 



5 l 

SouthV/iiry, Warren Mitchell. 
Torrington, Phineas North, Jabez Gillet. 
Warren, John Tallmadge. 

Waftiington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, W. Cogfwell. 
Wateitown, Samuel W. Southmayd. 
Winchcfter, Seth Wetmore,Zebina Smith. 
Woodbury, Wm. Hawley, Elijah Sherman. 
Middletown, E. Hubbard, Abijah Savage. 
Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, David Clark. 
Durham, Dan Parmele, Charles Coe. 
Eaft-Haddam, ona. O. MofeJy, E. Holraes. 
Haddam, Jonathan Smith, David Spencer. 
Killingworth, Geo. Elliot, ad, A. Pierfon. 
Saybrook, Wm. Hart, Jonathan Lay. 
Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Dan'lEdgtrton* 
Bolton, Oliver King, Jared Cone. 
Coventry, John Hale, Eleazer Pomeroy. 
Ellington, Levi Wells, jun. 
Hebron, Elijah Houfe, John T. Peters. 
Somers, Jabez Collins, Ifachar Jones. 
Stafford, Nathaniel Hyde, Natlwm Jolmfoa. 
Union, Jofeph Snell, David Lawfon. 
Willington, Samuel Dunton, Eliilia Joknfon. 

Nomination for Members of Comnefs* 



Lift of perfons chofen in May 1802, to ftand in Nomina- 
tion for Reprefentativgs in Congrefs from this flats £ 
and the number of votes for each. 

John C Smith, 7576 I John Davenport, jr. 7047 

Simeon Baldwin, 7526 | Timothy Pitkin, jr. 6975 

Roger Grifwold, 74^4 | lona. O. Mofeley, 6763 



Benj. Tallmadge, 746; 

Elias Perkins, 7457 

Samuel W Dana, 7355 

Calvin Goddard, 7149 



Epaph. Champion, &73-1 

Lev/is B. Sturges, 6584 

Theodore Dwight, 6463 

John Caldwell, 638^ 



William Hart, 


6010 


Sylvefter Gilbert, 


574® 


Nathaniel Roister, 


5778 


1 Samuel B. Sherwood 


■ 5551 


CANDtTATES 


NOT CHOSEN. 




Afa Spalding, 


3863 


Samuel W. John ion, 


"37 1 1 


E iiha Hyde, 


3860 


Rofwell.Judfon, " 


3706 


Pvufus Hitchcock, 


3 06 


Daniel Tilden, 


3692 


Hez. Huntington, 


3793 


Thomas Lyman, 


3648 


Ebenezer Devotion, 


3764 


Elijah Munfon, 


3 6 45 


^Elijah Boardman, 


3756 


Aaron Glmfted, 


3626 


John Welch, 


3750 


Samuel Whittlefey, 


355i 


Amos Palmer, 


3724 


John T. Peters, 


3484 


Taylor Sherman, 


3720 


Jolhua Stow, 


3*°7 


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8169 


Eiizur Goodrich, 


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3<4i 


Roger Newbury, 


7M 


8067 


Stephen T. Hofmer, 


763a 


WiUiam Hillhoufe, 


8046 


Simeon Baldwin, 


7474 


ty'homas Seymour, 


8323 


Matthew Grifwoid, 


7356 


Y.'iiiiam Edftlond, 


7944 


John Allen, 


7168 


Jonathan Brace, 


7899 


Shubael Abbe, 


5? 20 


jtfaron /UiRin. 


7848 


Eliiha Whittlefey, 


5567 


mkffo p. Cock, 


73i4 


Jonathan Barnes, 


4953 


CANDIDATES 


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Timothy Skinner, 


407a 


Hlima Hyde, 


448Q 


V/nn T. Peters, 


3943 


Sranoel W, [ohnfon, 


4456 


Daniel Tilden, 


3928 


iCbfcnezer Devotion, 


4456 


Sam !itl Whittlefey, 


3926 


Marvin Wait, 


42,96 


Elijah Munfon, 


3925 


/Amos Palmer, 


4353 


Jofhua Stow, 


3885 


Rufus Hitchcock, 


4274 


Ifaac Speucer, 2d. 


3841 


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Ebenezer Barnr.rd, 


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John Welch, 


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William Hart, 


3757 


Walter Bradley, 


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53 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Jefle Root, efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Jona. Sturges, efcj. 1 Hon. Zephaniah Swift, c(qf. 

Hon. Ste. M. Mitchel, efq. 1 Hon. John Trumbull, efq. 

Hon. Tapping Reeve, efq. j 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eaft- Hartford,) 
Clerk, Hartford County. 

COUNTY of HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. | Pliny Hillyer, efq. 

Jonathan Bull, efq. | Eliphalet Terry, efq> 

Thomas Chefter, efq. Clerk and Treafurer, 



JUSTICES 
Hartford. 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Imh.y, 
Enoch Perkins, , 
Ephraim Root, 
Andrew Kingfbnry, 
Nathan Perkins, jr. 
Amafa K-cyes, 
John Caldwell, efqrs. 

Berlin, 
Selah Hart, 
Gad Stanley, 
James North, 



OF THE PEACE. 

I Solomon Dunham, 
Amos Hosiord, 
Elijah Hooker, efqrs. 

Brijiol. 
Abraham Pettibone, 
Sin\eon Hart, 
Enos Ives, 
Bryan Hooker, efqrs. 

Eafi-Hartjord. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
Elima Pitkin, 
Afhbel Pitkin, 
Samuel Flag, 
George GrifwoJd, 
Benajah Phelps, efqrs. 

Efifield. 
John Reynolds, 

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Henry Terrv, efqrs. 

Eaft'iVhidfor. 
Rofwe 11 Grant, 
Caleb Booth, 
Daniel Rockwell, 
Abicl Wolcott, efqrs. 

Varmingtoru 
William -tidd, 
Ichabod Norton, 
'Noadiah Hooker, 
John Mix, 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Roger Hooker, efqrs. 

Ghftenkury. 
Phillip Seilew, 
jofiah Hale, 
Elima Hale, 
Zeph. H. Smith, efqrs 

Granb j, 
Ozias Pcttibone, 
Jndah Holcomb, jr. 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Hszekiah Holcomb, 
Jofeph Cornifti* efqrs, 

Bartland. ■ 
Uriel Holmes, 
John Treat, efqrs, 

Suffield. 
Th ad deux Leave tt, 
Amos Granger, 
Aiael Hathaway, 

Thomas Y. Sey 



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Samuel Hale, 
Jofeph Auftin, efqrs* 

Southington. 
Timothy Clark, 
Roger Whittlefey, 
Samuel Hart, efqrs. 

Sims bury. 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphreys, 
Ezra Adams, 
Geo. Humphreys, 
Solomon Everit, efqrs.* 

JVetbersfield. 
Charles Churchill, 
Samuel \V. Williams, 
Jofeph Bulkley, 
John Williams, 
Joftiua Leiden, jr. 
Ezekiel P. Belden, 
John Chefter, efqrs. 

Wind fir. 
Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Oliver Mather, 
Abiel Grifwold, 
Jofiah Eiffel!, 
Ifaac Owen, 
Elihu Mills, 
Simeon Grifwold, efqrs. 



mour, efq. Jlate attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



. Hertford. 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
William Mofely, 



Jonathan Brace, 
Ephraim Root, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Theodore Dwighfe, 



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Nathaniel Terry, 
William Brown, 
Jonathan VV. Ethvards, 
Walter MitcheJ, 
Thomas Day, 
Tht/s Huntington, efqrs. 

Fnrmlngton. 
William Judd, 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
John Hooker, efqrs, 

Glafienbury. 
Zephaniah H. Smith, efq. 

Granby. 
Thomas Holcomb, 
James M. M'Cooley, 



Andrew D. Hillyer, efh/s. 

Sims bury, 
William Willifton, efq, 

Southington. 
Roger Whittlcfey, efq. 

Suffield. 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
William Guy, 
Seth Parfons, efqrs. 

Wethersfield. 
John Williams, efq, 

Windsor. 
John Sargent, efq. 

Eajl-Windfor. 
David Biffeli, jr. efq. 



Stephen Chefter, efq. Wethersfield, fheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Simon Clark, Roman tha Norton, 
Hartford* Appleton Robbins, Wethersfield. Nathan 
Merrow, Eafi Hartford. Nathaniel Chandler, Enfield. 
Ezekicl Cowles, jr. Farmington. Oliver Hanchett, Suf- 
field* William RufTel, Simeon Grifwold, Windfor. 
Elijah Boardman, Hartford , Goaler. 

COUNTY of NEW-HAVEN, 

COVNTY COURT. 

Simeon Briftol, efq. Chief Judge. 

Gideon Buckingham, efq. j John Kingfbury, ef^. 

Nathaniel Roffeter, efq. | Dyer White, efq, 

Henry Daggett, efq. Treafurer. 

Naphtali Daggett, Clerk. 

Dyer White, Clerk of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Neiir- Haven. 
Samuel Bifhop, 
James Hillhoufe, 
Henry Daggett, 
Jofeph Darling, 



Nehemiah Smith, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Thomas Painter, 
Noah Wclfter, 



5^ 



Ifaac Mills, . 
Nathan Smith, 
Elihu Munfon, 
Jofeph Drake, efqrs. 

Bradford, 
Edward Ruffell, 
Orchard Gould, 
William Gould, 
Benjamin Page, 
James Barker, 
Solomon Lind/ley, 
Beverly Munro, efqrs. 

Chejhire. 
Andrew Hull, 
J a red Burr, 
Ifrael Bunnel, 
Burr age Beach, efqrs. 

Berby. 
Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 
Jehu Humphreys, 
Levi Tom Union, 
Ruffel Tomlihfon, 
Daniel Holebrook, 
Jofiah Dudley, efqrs. 

Eafl-k]aven. 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Enos Hemingway, efqrs. 

Hamden. 
John Hubbard, 
Samuel Bellamy, efqrs. 

Guilford. 
Auguftus Collins, 
William Starr, 
Miles Munger, 
Jonathan* Todd, 
Henry Hill, 

Abraham Chittenden, jun. 
Pierpont Edward^ 



Nathan Chidfey, 
Daniel Hand, jun. 
Nathaniel Gritting, ef^rs- 

Milferd. 
Lewis Mallett, 
Stephen Gunn, 
Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 
William Atwater, 
Elias Clark, efqrs. 

North -Haven, 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Samuel Mix, efqrs. 

Oxford. John Riggs, 
David Tomlinfon, 
Thomas Clark, efqrs. 

Wallingford* ' 
Oliver Stanley, 
Caleb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Eliakim Hall, 
John M ( Cleave, 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Samuel Hall, 
Caleb Merriman, efqrs. 

Waterbury* 
John Weiton, 
Phineas Porter, 
John Lewis, jun. 
Ethel Brunion, 
John Kingfbury, efqrs. 

Woodbridge* 
David French, 
Thomas D< rling, 
Samuel ©{borne, efqrs. 

Wolcott. 
Mark Harrifon, 
Charles Upfon, efqrs, 
efq. fiat? attorney 



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PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 

Neiu-Hayen. Jefle Atwater, 

Pierpont Edwards, Jonathan Atwater, 

James Hillhoufe, Henry W. Edwards, 

William Hillhoufe, Charles Dennifon, efqrs, 

Elizur Goodrich, Branford. 

David Daggett, Joel T. Benedict, efq. 

Simeon Baldwin, Chejhire. 

Dyer White, Burrage Beach, efq. 

Nathan Smith, Derby. 

Naphtali Daggett, Tohn Humphry, 

Ifaac Mills, Jofiah Dudley, efqrs. 

Levi Ives, jun. Milford- 

Ifaac M. Wales, Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 

Elihu Munfon, David B. Ingerfoll, efqrs. 

Stephen Twining, Wallingford. 

Seth P. Staples, Samuel Woodruff, efq. 

John H. Lynde, Watcrbury. 

William Briftol, Cyrus Clark, efq. 

Jehu Bramard, efq. Jheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. HezekiahClark, LockwoodDeForett, 
New-Haven. Ambrofe Cook, Walling ford. Benjamin 
Upfon, Waterbury. Abijah Holebrook, Derby. 

Lockwood DeForeft, New-Haven 7 Goaier* 



COUNTY of NEW-LONDON. 
COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Judged 
William Noyes, efq. I Benjamin Coit, efq. 

Charles Phelps, efq. | Elias Perkins, efq. 

William Noyes, efq. Treafurer. 
Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. Clerk, and Clerk Sup. Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Neiv*London. | Jonathan Starr, 



Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah G, Brainard, 



Guy Richards, 
Samuel Wheat* 



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George Colfax, 
Lyman Law, efq'rs. 

Norwich, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Chriftopker Leffingwell, 
Andrew Huntington, 
Afa Spalding, 
Andrew Perkins, 
Zabdiel Rogers, 
Thomas Fanning, 
James Lanman, efqYs. 

Bozrah* 
Afa Wood worth, 
Afa Fitch, efq'rs. 
Colchefter. 
John Watrous, 
Henry Champion, 
Jofeph Imam, 
Ebenezer Lathrop, 
Joel Foot, 
John I/ham, ad. 
John R Watrous, 
Joel v orthingtou, 
Roger Bulkley, efq'rs. 

Franklin* 
John Kinfman, 
Silas H a rtftiorne, efq'rs. 

Grot on 
Ebenezer Ledyard, 
Amos Geer, 
Starr Chefter, 
Jofeph Allyn, 
Ebenezer Avery, 2d. 
Ifaac Avery, efq'rs. 

Lisbon. 
Levi Perkins, jr. efq. 



Lyme. 
Andrew Grifwold, 
Seth Ely, 

Matthew Grifwold, 
David F. Sill, 
Mofes Warren, jr. 
Calvin Selden, 
David M. Jewett, 
Selden Warner, efqrs. 

Montviile, 
John G. Hillhonfe, 
Jofhua Raymond, 
John Dolbear, 
Clement Bifiiop, efqrs. 

Prefion* 
Samnel Mott, . 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Elias Brown, 
Daniel Morgan, jun. 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Oliver Crary, 
Ifaac Avery, 
Alexander Stewart, efqrs. 

Slonington* 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Jofhua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Coddington Billings, 
Samuel Prentice, 
Stephen Hall, efqrs, 

Watafcrd. 
Grifwold Avery, 
George Williams,. 
Lemuel Darrow, efqrs. 



jerei 

W 
ljaco! 



Afa Spalding, efq. fate $ltorne»> 



59 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



New-London, 
Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Lyman Law, 
Jacob B. Gurley, 
William P. Cleveland, 
Jirah Ilham, 
Elijah Hubbard, efqrs. 

Norwich. 
Eliftia Hyde, 
Afa Spalping, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Luther Spalding, 
William S. Hart, 
James Lanmnn, 
Charles L-^fhrop, 
John Hyde, , 
Jofeph Williams, efqrs. 



Colchejlcr. 
Benjamin Trumbull, 
Samuel A. Peters, efqrs, 

Groton. 
Eliflia Williams, 
Ebenezer Learned, efqrSt 

Matthew Grifwold, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Richard TVTCurdy, 
David M. Jewett, efqrs. 

Prcfton. 
Jeremiah Hal fey, 
Nathan Peters, efqrs# 

Stonifijton. 
Nathaniel Minor, 
Coddington Billings, 



John Root, efqrs. 

Jbfhua Huntington, efq. Norwich, fieri]}*. 

Deputy Sheriff's. William Richards. New-London. Ee- 
la Peck, Norwich. Solomon Scovel, Colchefter. Watrus 
Beckwith, Lpne. Ephraim Williams, Stenington, AcIg- 
liijah F. Bradford, Montville. 

Goalers, Stephen Hempftead, New- London* 
Seth Miner, Norwich, 

COUNTY of FAIRFIELD, 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Jofeph P Cook, efq. Chief Judge. 
Lemuel Sanford, efq. I Jabez Fitch, efq. 

Phillip B. Bradley, efq. | Nathan Wheeler, efq« 

Lewis B. Sturges, efq. Treafurer. 

David Burr, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 



6o 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Fairfield. 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Walter Bradley, 
Ebenezer JeiTup, 
Jofeph Strong, 
David Allen, 
David Judah, 
Samuel Rowland, 
Ebenezer Banks, efqrs. 

Dan burp 
E]i Mygatt 
Thomas Taylor, 
James Clark, 
Elifha Whittlefey, 
Benjamin Hicoks, 
Matthew B. Whittlefey, 
Daniel B. Cook, efqrs. 

Brookfield 9 
Amos Wheeler, 
*EH Perry, 
JeiTe Noble, efqrs. 
Greenwich* 
John M< Kray, 
Ebenezer Mead, 
Gilbert Clofe, efqrs, 

Huntington* 
Elifha Mills, 
Agur Judfon- 
Diodate Silliman, 
Ebenezer Beach, 
Legrand M. Lewis, 
Othniel Deforeft, efqrs. 

Norwalk. 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Job Bartrarn, 



Matthew Mead, 
Matthew Marvin, 
Taylor Shearman, efqrs* 

New- Canaan, 
Jofeph Silliman, 
Ifaac Richards, efqrs. 

New- Fairfield, 
James Potter, 
Nehemiah Beardfley, 
Stephen Barnes, 
Jofeph Bearfe, jr. 
Samuel Allen, efqrs. 

Newt own, 
William Edmondj 
David Baldwin, 
Afa Chapman, 
Samuel C. Blackman, 
Zacliariah Ferris, efqrs. 

Reading. 
Andrew L. Hill, 
James Rogers, 
William Heron, 
Seth S. Smith, efqrs. 

Ridgfield, 
John Benedict, 
Jofliua King, 
William Forrefter, 
Thomas St. John, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Nathan Smith, efqrs. 

Stamford, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Reuben Scofleld, 
David Maltbie, 
Samuel Webb, 
Eben. Davenport, 



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Nathan Weed, jr. efqrs. 

Stratford, 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Euen, 
Jabez H. Tomlinfon, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Jofeph Backus, 
Jofeph Walker, 
Jofiah Lacy, efqrs. 

Elifha Whittlefey, 



Trunthtll. 
Daniel Brinfmade, 
Stephen Beardfley, 
Lewis Burton, efqrs. 

Wefion. * 
John Sherwood, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
Jeremiah Rowland, efqrs. 

?fq. jiate attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTOHNIES 



Fairfield. 
David Burr, jun. 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Samuel Rowland, efqrs. 

D anbury. 
Elifha Whittlefey, 
Epaphras W. Bull, 
M. B. Whittlefey, 
John P. White, efqrs. 

Greenwich. 
Timothy Walker, efq. 

Newtown. 
William Edmond, 
Samuel C. Blackman, 
Afa Chapman, 
Timathy Shepherd, efqrs. 

Ntrwalk. 



Roger M. Sherman, efqrs. 

Reading, 
Seth S. Smith, 
JefTe Beach, efqrs. 
Stamford. 
John Davenpert, jun* 
James Stephens, 
Simon Miner, efqrs. 

Stratford. 
Jofeph Walker, 
Rofw ell -judfon, 
Robert Fairchild, 
Jofeph Backus, 
Benjamin Hall, efqrs. 

We ft on. 
Samuel B. Sherwood, efq; 



Taylor Sherman, 

Elijah Abel, efq. fieri f. 

Deputy Sberitfs. Stephen Barlow, Fairfield. Samuel 
Wiidman, jun. Danbury. Herman Warner, Newtown* 
Thomas Keelor, Norwalk. Aaron Morehoufe, Reading* 
jofeph Gray, Stamford. John Thoiapfon, Stratford. 
Nfunuel M. Munfon, Huntington. 

Goalers. Oziai Hanford, Fairfield, Samtisl \ViW* 
man, jr. D anbury, 



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COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

COVNTY COURT. 
Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, efq. | Hon.Tho'sGrofvenor,efq 
Conusant Southworth, efq. | fames Gordon, efq. 

James Gordon, efq. Treafurer. 
Samuel Gray, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Windham, 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Samuel Gray, 
Jabez Clark, 
Samuel Perkins, 
Nathaniel Manning, efqrs. 

AJbford. 
Abel Simmons, jr. 
John Palmer, 
William Walker, 
Jofias Byles, efqrs. 

Brooklyn, ' . 
jofeph Baker, 
John Parim, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
James Eldredge, efqrs. 

Canterbury. 
Sherebiah Butts, ' 
Daniel Froft, 
Mofes Cleaveland, 
Luther Paine. 
Alexander Gordon, 
Afa Bacon, efqrs. 

Hampton, 
Ebenezer Mofely, 
Philip Pearl, 
James Burnet, efqrs. 



Killing^, 
Eleazer MofFet, 
James Danielfon, 
Ezra Hutchins, 
— — Warren, efqrs. 

Lebanon, 
John Clark, 
James Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
■Solomon Williams, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tilden, 
Peleg Thomas, 
Thaddeus Clark, efqrs. 

Mansfield, 
Frederick Freeman, 
JefTe Williams, 
John Salter, 
Barzillai Swift, efqrs. 

Plainfield. 
William Dixon, 
John Douglafs, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Ephraim Wheeler. 
Jomua Dunlap, efqrs. 

Pomfret. Lemuel Ingals, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, 



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[Sylvanus Backus, 

I Eben. Kingfbury, efqrs. 

Sterling. 
John Gafton, 
John Wylie, cfqrs. 

Tkompfo*. 
Jafon Phips, 
Thomas Dykes, 
Thaddeus Learned, 
Noadiah RufTel, efqrs. 

Timothy Larrabee, 



Voluntovn. 
Allen Campbell, 
james Alexander, 
Jofeph Wylie, efqrs. 

. Woodjlock* 
John M'CleJlan, 
Nehemiah Child, 
John Fox, 
Ebenezer Smith, 
Jeremiah Mor£b, cfqrs. 

efq. ftate attorney* 



PRACTISING 
Windham 9 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Jabea Clark, 
Samuel Perkins, 
John Baldwin, 
David W. Young, cfqrs, 

AJbford. 
William Perkins, 
Hendrieus Dow, 
David Bolles, efqrs. 

Brooklyn. 
JohnParifh, 
Daniel Keyes, efqrs. 

Canterbury, 
Rufus Adams, 
Afa Bacon, jr. efqrs. 
Lebanon. 



ATJORNIES. 

M.tnsficld. 
T- S. Williams, efq. 

Plainfieldl 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddarrl, 
Jofeph Eaton, efqrs. 

Pomfret. 
Sylvanus Bacchus, 
John Holebrook, efqrs. 

Sterling. 
Jeremiah Parifn, efq. 

Thompfon. 
George Learned, efq. 

IVoodjlock.. 
John M'Clsllan, 
Philip Hayward, efqrs*. 



William T. Williams. j 

Shubael Abbe, Windham, fieriff. 
Deputy per itfs. Henry Webb, Chefler Abbe, Windham. 
John Perkinc, sljbford. Walter Hough, Canterbury. 
Eliflia Gleafon, Pomfret. Hubbard Dutton, Lcbarifn* 
George Gordon, Plainficld. 

li;zekiab Ripley, Windham, Coaler, 



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COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COVNTT SOURT. 

Jofhua Porter, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Aaron Aufdn, efq. I David Smith, efq: 
Nathan Hale, efq. J Danl/N. Brinfmade, efq, 

Reuben Smith, efq. Treafurer. 
Frederick Vvolcott, elq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield. 



James Morris, 
Uriah Tracy, 
Moles Seymour, 
Julius Deming, 
Frederick Yroicott,. 
Seth Landon, 
Uriel Holmes, jr. efqrs' 

Berkhempftcad. 
jofepli Wilder, 
[frael Jones, jr. 
Samuel Hayd n, efqrs. 

Bethlehem. 
David Bellamy, 
David Leavitt, jr. 
Ebenezcr Perkins, 
Billy Ampler, efqrs. 

Charles Burrali, 
Samuel Forbes, 
Jonathan Burrall, 
Elizur Wright, 
John Adams, 
John Elmer, efqrs. 
Cole brook, 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Samml Mills, efqrs. 



Corn-wall* 
Heman Swift, 
John Pierce, 
judah Kellogg, 
Edward R©gers, 
John Sedgwick, efqrs* 

Gojben. 
Adino Hale, 
Samuel Hopkins, efqrs. 

Harwintoti) 
Daniel Catlin, 
fames Brace, 
Lewis Catlin, efqrs. 

Kent. 
Barzillai Slawfon, 
Julius Caftle, - . „ . 

Nathan Elliot, efqrs. 
New Hartford. 
Seth Spencer, 
Ab'm Kellog, jr. efqrs. 

, New.Milford. 
Daniel Everitt, 
Jofiah Starr, 
Reuben Warner, jr. 
Philo Rug&les, 
Elifha Boftwick, 
Abijah Treat, efqrs. 









Norfolk. 



Giles Pettibonc, 
Nathaniel Stephens, 
Eleazer Holt, efqrs. 

Plymoztth. 
Daniel Potter, efq. 

Roxbury. 
Curtis Hard, 
Phinehas Smith, 
Elihu Canfield, efqrs. 

Sharon. 
David Downes, 
Ifaac Pardee, 
Aiiguftus Taylor, 
John C. Smith, 
Judfon Canfield, efqrs. 

South bury, 
Juftus Johnfon, 
Benjamin Utiles, jr. 
Shadrack Qfborn, 
Simeon Ilinman, efqrs. 
- Salisbury. Lot Norton, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Samuel Lee, 
John Wbittlefey, efqrs. 

Hon. John Allen 



fchnbael Grifwold, 
Eliiha Smith, 
William Battle, efqrs. 

Washington. 
David Whittlefey, 
David Judfon, 
William Cogfwell, efqrs 

Wintbefter. 
Bliphs? Alvord, 
Samuel Hurl but, 
Solomon Rockweil, efqr 

Warren* 
Nathaniel Swiff, 
John Talmadge, efqrs. 

Watcrtown. 
Thomas Fenn, 
EH Curtifs, 
Elijah Woodward, 
S. \V. Southmayd, efqrs. 

Woodbury. 
Hezekiah Thompfon, 
Nathan Frefton, 
Noah B. Benedict, efqrs 



, efq. flate attorney. 



Litchfield. 
John Allen, 
Ifaac Baldwin, jun. 
Uriel Holmes, 
James Gould, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
Elijah Adams, efqrs 

Canaan. 
Thomas Wilcox, 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



John Elmer, efqrs. 

Kent. '' 
Barzillai Slawfon, cftj. 

\orfolk. 
Edmcwfa Aikiris, 
Auguftiis Pcttibone, .tfqrs. 

New Hart. 
Roger Mills, efq- 

New-Mi if or<t 9 
Daniel Eve ritt, 



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Dax'irf S. Roardman, 
Philo Ruggles, 
Carolus Boftwick, efqrs 

Ply mouth , 
Linus Fenn, efq. 

Southbur*. 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
.Simeon IJinnnn, efqrs. 

Skflrttii. 
Judfon Canfield, 
John C. Smith, 
Cyrtis Swan, 
V.'m. G. Williams, efqrs 

Salisbury. 
Ad oh rg ah Strong, 

[o'im R. Lr 

7^,^7/v ^rz/f. Dan 

r-bniftock, Xew-Milferd, 

Montgomery A«0tRj Nn 

den j iailfbttry. 

Reuben ' 



jofeph Canfield, ad. 
Eli(ha Sterling, 
Martin Strong, efqrs. 

Wafhington. 
William Cogfwell, efq. 

Watertown. 
Sam'l Southmayu, jr. efq. 

V/inchefter. 
Phineas Miner, 
Philemon Kircum, efqrs, 

Woodbury. 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedict, . 
William Hawley, efqrs. 



mdon, efq Jheriff. 
Ilarrifon, Litchfield. Samuel 
Nathaniel Ilobbins, Norfolk. 
-• Hartford. Timothy Chitten- 



7ebfler, goahr. 



Aft 

La; 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

covntx covrt. 

fojvn Dic%infon. efq. Chief Judge. 
A\ 'Lane \ Jonathan Lay, efq. 

I Abraham Pierfon, efq. 
.; v. Lay, efq. Treafurer, 
)ik. tt'jto Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

r;o£5 OF THE PEACE 

An. os Churchill, 
liaac Grid ley, 
c Miller, } Cbaunc.y Vhittlefey, 

Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Mat$!isw T. JluflVJIj 



iinueJ W . Dan 



6 7 



Nehemiah Hubbard, jr. 
Ebenexer Sage, efqrs. 

Chatham. 

Bryan Parmelee, 

James Bill, 

Hezekiah Goodrich, 

Chauncey Bulkley, 

Daniel Shepherd, 

David White, 

Seth Overton, efqrs. 

Durham. 
Simeon Parfons, 
Dan Parmelee, 
Charles Coe, efqrs. 
Eaft- Haddam, 
Ifaac Spencer, jr. 
Eliphalet Holmes, 
Jonathan O. Mofeley, 
Abner Hall, 



J^red Spencer, 

Timothy Gates, 3d. efqrs. 

Jonathan O. Mofeley, efq. fiate attorney 



Had dam* 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Edward Seldcn, 
Daniel Brainerd, 
Smith Clark, efqrs. 

Killinguorth. 
Job Wright, 
Martin Lord, 
William Morgan, 
Jofeph Wilcox, jr. efqrs. 

Saykrook. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, 
Samuel Tully, 
John Stannard, jr. efqrs. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Middlctoivn. 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Mattliew T. -Ruffe]!, 
Enoch Huntington, jr. 
Alexander Collins, efqrs 

Chatham. 
A fuel Strong, cfq» 



Eaft-Haddam. 
Jonathan O. Mofeley, 
Jared Spencer, efqrs. 

Had dam. 
Sherman Evereft, efq, 

Killing-north. 
No ah Letter, 
Edward Ely, efqrs. 



Enoch Parfons, efq. fieri 'f. 

Deputy Shertfs. William Smith, Had Jam. John N. 
Wadfworth, Durham. William Gelfton, Eaft-Haddam. 
panforth Clark, Sayhrook. Ralph Smith, Chatham. 

Goalcrs, None at Midi/rtoivn, Win- Si;ii;h, Ha:lLm, 



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COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, efq.' Chief Judge. 
Jeremiah Ripley, efq. I Jeremiah Weft, efq. 
Reuben Sikes, efq. | Jeffe Cady, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. Treafurer and Clerk, and 
Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES 

Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
J. Barnes, efqrs. 

Bolton* 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Oliver King, 
Jared Cone, jr. efqrs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kinglbury, 
Benajah Strong, 
John Hale, 
Eleazer Pomeroy, 
Daniel Burnap, efqrs. 

Ellington. 
MattheW Hyde, 
Levi Welles, 
Ifaac Welles, efqrs. 

Sylvefter Gilh 



OF THE PEACE. 

Hebron. 
Elijah Keilog, 
Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Benjamin Buell, 
Elijah Houfe, 
Joel Jones, efqrs. 

Somers . 
Simon Fobes, jr. efq. 

Stafford. 
John Plaelps, 
Eleazer W. Phelps, 
Eliab Alden, efqrs. 

Union. 
Solomon Wales, 
S^m'l Crawibrd, efqrs. 

Willington, 

I Samuel Dunton, 
Elifha Johnfou, efqrs. 
rt, efq- -fiat e attorney* 



PRACTISING 

Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
Jonathan Barnes, 
Eiifha Stearns, efqrs. 

Coventry. 

Afahd Clark, efq. 



ATTORNIES. 

Hebrtn. 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
John T. Peters, 
Afa Wiilcy, efqrs. 

Somers. 
Eliilia Wales? efq. 



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Staford. I Eleazer W. Phelps, 

Calvin Willey, | Ifaac Perkins, efqrs. 

Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. Jheriff. 
Deputy Jberifs. William Williams, Tolland. GeorgS 
O. Gilbert, Heiron, Aholiab Johnfon, Staford. 
Wm. Williams, goaler. 



Diftritfs. 
Hartford. 
New-Haven. 
New-London. 
Fairfield. 
Windham* 
Litchfield. 
Midiletown. 
Plainfield. 
Guilford. 
Woodbury. 
StamJ$rd.- 
Danbury. 
Eafi-Haddam. 
Norwich. 
Pomfret. 
Sharon. 
Stafford. 
Simsbnry^ 
Stonirigton. 
Farming ton. 
Wallingford. 
Say brook. 
Stratfard. 
Eaft-Haddaj/i. 
Waterbury 
Nor w. i Ik. 
New-Milfird. 
HebrQn* 



Courts of Probate. 

Judges. Clerks. 

Jonathan Bull, efq. Mr. James Wells. 
Elizur Goodrich, efq. Mr. John H. Lynde. 
Hon. W. Hillhoufe, Lyman Law, efq. 
Sam'l Rowland, efq. 

Hon. Wm. Williams. Mr. Solo. Williams, 
Fred. Wolcott, efq. Mr. Roger Skinner. 
John Dickinfon, efq. Mr. John Fi(k. 
James Gordon, efq. Mr. John Douglafs,jr« 
Edw'd Ruffell, efq. Henry Hill, efq. 
Nathan Predion, efq. Noah B Benedic% efq. 
J. Davenport, jr. efq Eb'r Davenport, efq, 
Hon. J. P. Cook* Mr. J, P. Cook, jr. 
Ifaac Spencer, efq. J&red Spencer, efq. 
A Huntington* efq. Mr. J. Huntington; 
Hon. T. Grofvenor. Lem Grofvenor,efq. 
Joihua Porter, efq. Mr. Milton Haw ley. 



Jefle Cady, efq 
Noah Phelps, efq. 
Charles Phelps, efq. 
Hon. j. Treadwell, 
Oliver Stanley, efq 



E. W. Phelps, efq. 
Mr. Noah A. Phelps. 
Mr. Stiles Phelps. 
Mr. Martin Bull. 
Mr. G. W. Stanley. 



Hezekiah L a °e> efq. Mr. Dan Lane. 
Robert Walker, efq. Jofeph Walker, efq, 
Eliph. Terry, efq. Mr. Henry Terry. 
Jofeph Hopkins, efq. Mr. Edw'd Porter. 
Taylor Sherman, efq. Mr. A. Pettibone. 
Daniel Everit, efq. Philo Ruggles, efq. 
Samuel Gilbert, efq. Geo. O. Gilbert, efq. 



7° . 
Notaries Public. 



Hartford, 5 5," och . Per ^ ns ', 
I £ Theodore Dwight. 

(*~Elizur Goodrich, 

Nw-Haven, > j> y " ? h f> 

9 ~)HartLynde, 

Cjohn H. Lynde. 
Derby, John Humphrys, jun. 
Milford, David B. Ingerfoll, 
New-London, Lyman Law. 

Norwich, -^"i-nri 

' £ vVilham S. Hart. 
Stonington, Edward Smith. 
Lyme, William Noyes. 
Peefton, Samuel Mott. 
Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges. 
Windham, Samuel Perkins. 
Plainfield, Calvin Goddard. 
Woodftock, Jedediah Morfe. 
Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott. 
New-Milford, Daniel Everitt. 
Sharon, John C. Smith. 

Middletown, $ ^atthe "V?H 
C Stephen JT. Holmer, 
. Suffield, Hezekiak Huntington. 
Norwalk, Eliphalet Lockwood* ~ 
Bridgport, Jofepli Backus. 
Stratford, Robert Walker. 
Colchefter, Daniel Watrous, 
Danbury, Amos Cook. 
Ridgfield, Nathan Dauchy, jun, 
Haddanij Sherman Evereft. 




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Minifters and Churches, 

IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



COUNTY OF 
Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, D. D. 

Abel Flint, 

Nathan Perkins, D.D. 

llayner, E. 

Vacant, B. 

"Berlin, JohnSmalley, D.D. 

Benoni Upfon, 

Evan Johns. 

Plurality, E. 

Br/Jtol, Giles II. Cowlcs, 

Jonathan Miller, 

A. Stillmau, B. 

Daniel wildman, B. 
Farminglon % |of. Wafliburn, 

Rufus Hawley, 
Enft- Hartford, 

Eiiph, Williams, D.D. ? 
Andrew Yates, 5 

Salmon King, 

Chrifto. Miner, B. 
Eajl-Windfor, 

David M'CJure, 

Thomas Potwine. 
Enfield, Nehem. Pruden, 

Vacant, C, 



HARTFORD. 
Olaftenbury, W. Lockwood, 

lames Eelh. 
Gratify, Ifaac Porter, 

"White field Cowles, 

Vacant, E. 

Hartland, Aaron Chinch, 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Southington, 

William Robinfon, 

Ne hernial) Dodge, B. 

Plurality, f E. 
Sufield, Ebenezer Gay, 

Daniel Waldo, 

John Raftings, B. 

Si t/ts bury, Samuel Stefebins, 

Jeremiah Hallock, 

Vacant, E. 

Vacant, B. 

Wethersjhld, John Marfli, 

Jofhua Belden, 

Calvin Chapin. 
Windfor, 

Henry A. Rowland, 

William F. Miller, 

Vacant. 

Afhbcl Gillit, B. 

Fred. Chapman, B. 



New- Haven. 
Rev. James Dana, D, D. 
Vacaut, 
John Gemmi), 



COUNTY OF NEW* HAVEN. 



Bela Hubbard, 
Noah "Wiliifton, 
Plurality, 



E. 

E, 



Bradford, 

Lvnde Huntington, 

Matthew Noyes, 

Samuel Eells, 

Vacant, E. 

Vacant. 
Cheflire, John Foot, 

Reubea Ives, E. 

Derby, Amafa Porter, 
Rich. Mansfield, D.D.E. 

Plurality, E. 

Abner Smith. 
Eajl-Haven, Vacant, ' 

Vacant, E. 

Guilford, 

Ifrael Braintrd,* 

John Elliot, 

Thomas Wells Bray, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E. 

Hamden, A fa Lyman, 
Mitford, Beza Pineo, 



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David Tuller, 

Vacant, E. 

North- Haven, 

Benj. Trumbull, D.D. 

Plurality, E. 

Oxford, David Bronfon, 

Plurality, E. 

Wallingford, James Noyes, 

Vacant, 

Seth Higby, B. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E. 

■ Water bury, Holland Weeks, 



Tillotfon Bronfon, 

Jabez Chadwick, 

Ira Hart, 

Plurality, 
Woodbridge, 

Claudius Herrick, 

Stephen Hawley, 
Wolcott, 

If. B. Woodward, 



E. 



E, 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



Tsfeiv "London. 
Rev. Henry Channing, 

Charles Seabury, E. 
Bozrab, Jonathan Murdock, 

Samuel Weft, B. 

Cckhefter, Salmon Cone, 

Robert Robbins, 

Vacant, Vacant, 

Afa Wtcox, B. 

Franklin, Samuel Nott, 
Qroton, Vacant, Vacant, 

Vacant, C. 

Silas Burrows, B. 



Gano Wightman, 3. 
Lisbon, David Hale, 

Andrew Lee. 
Lyme, Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

Jafon Lee, B. 

Vacant, C. 

Moniville, Vacant, 

Reuben Palmer, B. 
Korivtch, Jofeph Strong, 
J John Tyler, E. 

'Walter King. 



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Prejforty Lemuel Tyler, 
Levi Hart, D. D. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, < 

Stonington y 

Hez. N. Woodruff, 
Vacant, 



Chriftopber Avery, C- 
Nicholas Randall, B* 
Simeon Brown, B- 
Vacant, R. 

V/aterford, 

Zadock Darrow, B. 



COUNTY OF FAIRFttXDo 



Fairfield. 
Rev. Andrew Elliott, 

Hezekiah Ripley,D.D. 

Vacant, 

Philo Shelton, E. 

Stephen Royce, B. 
Brookfield, Vacant, 

Plurality, E, 

Danhurj, Vacant, 

John Ely, 

Vacant, E. 

Eben. White, Sandi. 

Nathan Buckley, B. 

Vacant, 
Greenwich) Vacant, 

Ifaac Lewis, D. D« 

Piatt Buffett, 

Plurality, 
Huntington, David Ely, 

Elilha Rexfbrd, 

Ambrofe Todd, 
Neiv-Canaan, 

Juftus Mitchell, 

Plurality, 
tf.FiiirjieldjMedad Rogers 

Maltby Gelfton. 
Newtown y Jehu Clark, 



B. 



E. 



Daniel Burhans, E n 
John Sherman, B. 
Solomon Glover, U» 

Norwalk, 

Matthias Burnet,D.D. 

Whitlock, E. 

Reading, Nath'l Bartlett, 

David Butler, E. 

Ridgfteld, Sam'l Goodrich, 

Samuel Camp, 

Vacant, 5. 

Plurality, E. 

Stamford^ Daniel Smith, 

Mofes Mather, D. D. 

Amzi Lewis, 

Calvin White, E» 

Ebenezer Ferris, B. 
Stratford, 

Stephen \V. SteUbins, 

Afhbel Baldwin, E. 

Samuel Blatchford, 

Stephen Royce, U 
Trumbull^ John Giles. 
Wifion % James Johnfon, 

jobjQ Neyrs, 

Plurality, F. 

Wiit9K } Jghn j. Ckfvf. 



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COUNTS OF 

Windham. 
Rev. Elij ih Waterman, 

James Cogfwell, D.D. 

John Palmer, C. 

Benjamin Lathrop, B. 

Plurality, E. 

JJJbford, Enoch Pond, 

William Storrs, 

Andrew Judfon, 

"Vacant, B. 

John Rathbun, B. 

Brooklyn, Joliah Whitney, 

Daniel Fog, E. 

Canterbury, Vacant, 

John Staples. 
Hampton, Ludovicus Weld, 

Abel Palmer, B. 

Killingly, Elifha Atkins, 

Iirael Day, 

Vacant, 



WINDHAM. 

Peter Rogers, B 

Lebanon, Zebulon Ely, 

William B. Ripley, 

Thomas Brockwuy, 

John Gurley, 

Vacant, B 

Mansfield, John Sherman, 

Mofes C. Welch. 
Plainfield, Joel Benedict, 

- — Cole, B 

Pom/ret^ Afa King, 

Walter Lyon. 
Sterling, Vacant. 
Thompfon, Daniel Dow, 

Pierfon Crolby, B. 
Voluntown\ Vacant. 
Wtodfiock, Eliph. Lyman, 

William Graves, 

Alvan Underwood, 

Amos Wells, B 



COUNTY OF 

Litchfield. 
Rev. Judah Champion, ? 
Dan Huntington, 5 
Amos Chafe, 
Jofeph E. Camp, 
Truman Marfh, E. 
Benjamin Judd. 
Bethlehem, Azel Backus, 
Berkhemftead, Ozias Eel Is, 
Vacant, 

Morfe, B. 

Colebrook, Chiuncey Lee, 
Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 
Solomon Murgan, 
Vacant, E. 



LITCHFIELD. 

Cornwall, Hertules Wefton } 
Vacant, 

Gojhen, Afahel Hooker, 

Harwinton, 

Jolhua Williams, 
Alex'rV.Grifwold, E. 

Kent, Joel Bordwell. 

New-Mi If or d, 

Stanley Grifwold, 
Vacant, E* 

New- Hartford, 

Araafa Jerome, 
Vacant, Be 

Norfolk, Ammi R. Robbins, 

P/y/w^Simcm Waterman; 



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Plurality, E. 

Roxhsry, Zcphaniah Swift, 

Plurality, 

Vacant, E. 

Vacant, B. 

Sbaror, Cotton M. Smith, 

Dauiel Packer. 
SiHshiry, 

[ofeph W. Crofsman, 
Southbi/ry, B nj. Wildman, 

Matthias Katie r. 
Torrington, Alex'r Gillett, 

Samuel J. Mills. 



WaJhiuttM, Jeremiah Day, 

Ebenezer Porter, 

Plurality, 

Plurality, E. 

Warren^ Pete r Starr, 

Vacant, B. 

Wtitertoiv?:, Uriel Gridley, 

Cbaurcy Prindle, K, 
JVoedbun, Noah £enedK f , 

Vacant, i; a 

Wincbfyer, 

Archibald BafTcU, 

Vacant. 



WlddUloivn. 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 

J ofeph Warren, E. 

Gerfhorn Bnlkley, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

Vacant, 

Jofeph Graves, C 

Vacant, *afc. B, 

Chatham, Cyprian Stfowg, 

David Selden, 

Joel Weft, 

Vacant, B, 

Smith Miles, E. 

Durham , David Smith, 



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County of Middlesex. 

E. Had dam, E'ltjaii Patfons, 

Willi an; jLyfip 

J ofeph Vail, 

Simeon Dicfeiwiba, B. 

Solo. Blakeflse; E. 
Had d am, Eleazer May. 
KiJtivgivortb, 

Achillea Mrmsfield, 

joiiah 15. Andrus. 
S^brook 9 F. W. Hotcbkifs, 

Richard Ely, 

Vacant, 

Samuel Mills, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 



E. 
B. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

Tolland. j Ephrai m T . Woodruff, 

Rev.XTathanWillia*. J D. | Pvoyal Tyler. 

'Bolton, George Colton, j Ellr/??ton> 

Ebenezer Kellog. | Diodate Brockway, 

Crventry t Abiel Abbott, | Hebron % Amos Ballet t, 



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M. Giilet, j Ifaac Fofter, 

VacaiU, E. I f ^ Calvin Ingals 

5*#;ers 9 \ Union, Vacant. 

Charles Backus, D. D. \ Willing* on, At>ifhai Alden* 

Stafvrj, John Wiliard, David Lillybridge, B 

Incorporated Cities. 



NEW-HAVEN. 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. Mayor. 
Ahti'rrnen. 
Henry 'Uagget, efq. j Simeon Baldwin, efq* 
Jofeph Darling, efq. j Ifaac Mills, efq. 
John Skinner, City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, efq. Treafurer. 
John R. Throop,7 sh . ff 
Hezekiah Clark, $ n 
Common -Council Men. 
MeiT. Ifaac Beers, Elias Shipman, Tames Hillhoufe, 
David Daggett Hezekiah Hotchkifs, Thaddeus Beecher, 
Stephen Ailing, Noah Webfter, Elizur Goodrich, James 
Merriman. 

(Annual meeting, the firft Tuefday in June.) 



NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Richard Law, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen, 

Winthrop SaltonftaH, efq.^ I Samuel Wheat, efq. 

Guy Richards, efq. j Simon Wolcott, efq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 

Samuel Belden, City Cleik. 

William Richards, 7 ci,^..;o\ 
lofhua Hempfteao, > 



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Cemimn Council Men. 
MefT. George Colfax, Eli (ha Hinmart, Robert Allyn, 
Jared Starr, John Woodward, John Arnold. 

(Annual meeting the fecond Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 
Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. , 
Jonathan Bull, efq. I Jofeph Hart, efq. 

John Morgan, efq. ] John Caldwell, efq. 

Solomon Porter, efq. Clerk. 
Simon Clark, ? Sheriffs , 

* Romantha Norton, 5 

Common Council Men. 
MefT. Ephraim Root, George Goodwin, Enoch Per- 
kins, Ifaac Bull, Miles Beach, James Bui), Samuel 
BeCk with, Edward Danfortb, Richard Goodman, Zebu- 
Ion Seymour, Roderick Sheldon, James Hofmer. 

(Annual meeting the laft Monday in March ) 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Afher Miller, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Elijah Hubbard, efq. I Jehofhspbat Starr, efq. 

LtMtuel Storrs, efq. | Enoch Parfons, efq. 

John Fife, Clerk. 

Nathan Strong, ? Sheriffs 

Stephen Rainey, jr. 5 * Ilcn ' rs - 

Common Council Men. 

MefT. Ebenezer Sage, Robert Warner, William Starr, 
Thomas Goodwin, Enoch Huntington, jun. Andrew 
Campbell,*, Seth Paddock, Stephen Rainey, jun. Ifa^c 
Bacon, Samuel Harris, Jonathan Lewis, Wm. Rui&ll. 

* Deceafed. ' " 

(Annual meeting the third Monday in January.) 
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NORWICH. 

Elllha Hyde, efq. Mayor. 
^Aldermen. 
Thom?^ Fanning, efq. Simeon Thomas, efq« 

John Turner, eiq. Jacob DeWitt, efq. 

Charles Lathrop, Clerk of City and of City Court. 
Benjamia Tracy, SheriiT. 
Common Council Men, 
Meff. Robert Manwaring, Nathaniel Shipman, jun. 
Uriah Tracy, Nathaniel P. Peabody, Zebadiah Hytle ? 
Kbenezer Hyde. 

(Annual meeting, the third Monday in April.) 

COLLEGES, &c. 

Yale College, New-Haven. 

Jy.tr, Timgthy Dwight, D. D. Prefident. 
fereiniah Day, Profejfor of Mathematics and Natural Phi- 

Rev. Henry Davis, Profefjor of Divinity, 

Ebcnezer Grant Marfh, Frofcjfor of Languages and Eccle* I 

pafkeat Htjtory: 
>v'v/.iir Goodrich, Prof-jfor of Law. 
HremajBiin StflitfratT, Profejfor of Cbjmijlry. 

FELLOWS. 

Timothy Pitkin, J Hezekiah Ripley, 

Enoch Hantingtoi-j, "| Levi Hart, D. D. 
jofiab Whitney, I James Dana, D. D. 

David Ely, 'Kev John Marfli, 

Nathan WiHiamj^b.D. I Rev. Noah Benedict. 

The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and fix fenior . 
G< unci), together with the foregoing Fellows, conftituts ; 
tbe Corpopatio i> 



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TUTORS. 
Henry Davis, fenior Tutor and Librarian* 
Ebenezer Grant Marlh, 
Benjamin Silliman, 
Bancroft Fowler, 
James L. Kingiley, 
Moies Stuart. 

Hon. fames Hillhoufe, Trcafurer, 

Mr. rJathan Beers, Steward. 

Mr. Shubael Bartlett, Butler. 

Commencement^ fecond V/ednefday in September. 

Vacations : from Commencement fix weeks; and from 
the fecond Weclnefday in January, three weeks ; and 
the Wednefday before the fecond Thurfday in May, 
three weeks. 

At the Commencement of 1802, the degree of Bachelor of 
Arts was conferred on 

Truman Baldwin, Ifaat C. Bates, Henry Bigelow, 
William F. Brainard, Ralph I. Bufh, Levi H. Clarke, 
Levi Collins, Jefup N. Conch, John A. Davenport, John 
Dwight, Achilles Elliot, Jeremiah Evarts, David D. 
Field, Thomas Ford, Eleazer Fofter, Eleazer Froft, 
John Hall, Elilha Hammond, Daniel Hafkel, Simeon 
Hecock, Silas Higley, John Hough, Samuel Hubbard, 
Sherman Johnfon, Nathan Johnfon, John Keep, Sheldon 
C. Leavitc, Ilofwell W.Lewis, John N. Lloyd, Jonathan 
H. Lyman, William Maxwell, Mark Mead, Samuel 
Merwin, Howard Mitchelfon, Ebenezer Mofely, PeJa- 
tiah Perit, Charles H. Pond, Charles Prentice, Aaron 
B. Reeve, Eraftus Seranton, UlylTes Selden, Charles 
She-lton, Nathan Shelton, David A. Sherman, Junius 
Smith, William Smith, Ephraim Starr, Wm, L. Strong, 
Rofwell R. Swan, Chriftophcr Tappen, Gideon Tomlin- 
fon, William Trefcott, Ira Webiler, Richard Williams, 
Selah S. Woodhull. Abtmni. 

John Codman, John M. Gannett, Leveret Saltonftall, 
A B. Harvard 5 John ?. Crofby, t\, B. Columbia, Sime- 



8o 

an Lyman, A. B. Dartmouth, and Nathan Strong, A. B. 
Williams' College, were all admitted ad eundem. 

The degree of Mafter of Arts was conferred on 

Jofiah B. Andrews, 1797, Ezekiel J. Chapman, 1798, 
Benjamin W. Dwight, Andrew Elliot, Oliver Ellfwortb, 
jr. William S. Hazell, Eli Ives, Oliver Mather, Henry 
Meigs, Mofes Stuart. Alumni, 

The honorary degree of Mafter of Arts was conferred 
on the Rev. Afa King, of Pomfret. 

The degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred on 
the Rev. Samuel Hopkins, of Hadley, MaiTachufetts. 

The degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred on the 
Hon, Richard Law, efq. of New London, and on Mr. 
EHphalet Pearfon Hancock, ProfeiTor of the Oriental 
Languages, and of the Englifh Language, in Harvard 
College. 

Connecticut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. Prefident. 
His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Vice-Prefiderit. 

COUNSELLORS. 
Hon. John Treadwell, j Eneas Munfon, M. D. 
Hon. Chauncey Goodrich, ! Rev. Bela Hubbard. 
Rev. James Dana, D. D. f 

John C. Smith, ~} 

Enoch Perkins, ~ > Cofrefponding Secretaries. 

David Daggett, efqrs. j 
Ifaac Bers, efq. Treafurer. 

Elizur Goodrich, efq. Keeper of the Cabinet and Librarian* 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. ") 

Elizur Goodrich, efq. > Committee of Publication* 

Jfaac Mills, efq. j 

Stephen Twining, efq. Keeper of Records. 
Ete&ion of Officers 4th Tuefday of Oftober annually. 



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Harvard Univerfity, at Cambridge. 

Rev. Josiph Will aid, D. D. and L. L. D. Prefident. 

Commencement, the third Wednefday in July. 
Vacations: From the Commencement, four weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in Oftober two weeks. 
From the fir ft Wednefday in January, five weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks. 

Rhode-Ifland College, at Providence, 

Hon. Jabez Bowen, efq. Chancellor. 
Rev. Afa MefTer, Prefident pro tempore. 

Commencement, the firft Wednefday in September. 

Vacations : From the Commencement four weeks. 

From the firft Wednefday in January, fix weeks. 

From the firft Wednefday in May, three weeks. 
At the Commencement of 1802, the degree of Bachelor §f 
Arts was conferred on 

Robert Anderfon, Sumner Baftow, Frederick -W. Bot- 
tom, Henry Bowen, William W. Bowen, Samuel Bug- 
bee, jwn. Apollos Cufliman, Gardner Daggett, Ferdi- 
nand Ellis, Melatiah Everett, Malbone Gardner, Benja- 
min Gleafon, John Godfrey, jun. Levi Hart, jun. John 
Holroyd, Paul Jewett, John W. Judfon, Milton Maxcy, 
Alfred Me tea If, William Norton, Samuel Perry, jun. 
Jeremiah Pond, 2d. Samuel M. Pond, Warren Rawfon, 
William Robinfon, Richard Waterman, Henry Wheaton, 
John Whipple. 

Dartmouth College, New-Hampfhire. 

Hon. John Wheelock, L. L. D. Prefident, 
Profefor of Ecclefiaftical Hiftory. 

Hon. Bezaleel Woodward, A. M. Profefir of Mathmv 
tics and Natural Phi lofophj. 



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Rev. John Smith, A. M. Prdfejfor of the Latin, Greek, 

Hebrew, and other Oriented Languages. 
Nathan Smith, M. D. Profejfor of Cbemjftry and Medicine* 
Rofwell Shirtlcif, A. M'. Tutor. 

Cowmencemej/t, the fourth Wednefday in Auguft. 

Vacations : from Commencement four and an half 
weeks ; from the firft Monday in January, ei^ht and an 
half weeks. 

Williamftown College, Mafiachufetts. 

Rev. Ebenkzer Fitch, D. D. Prefident. 
Stephen Weft, D. D. Vice-Prefident. 

Commencement^ the firft Wednefday in September; • 
Vacations : from Commencement, five week's ; from 

the' third Wednefday hi Janmary, three week* ; from the 

firft Wednefday in May, three weeks. 



Chefliire Epifcopal Academy, Conn, 

Rev. John Rowden, D. D. Principal. 
Rev. Reuben Ives, Affiftant. 

Right Reverend Aeram Jauvis, D. D. Bifhop of the 
protectant Epifcopal Church in Connecticut; reiidipg in 
Chemire. 



Town Clerks and Treasurers 
IN CONNECTICUT. 

Town Treafurers, 
do. 
do. 



Towns 9 names, 
Afford, 
^Bolton, 
Branford, 
Briftol, 
Berlin, 
Bozrah, 



Town Clerks. 
JoMas Ryles, 
Saul Alvord, 
Samuel Gould, 
Enes Ives, 
Sylvefter Wells, 



do. 
Jacob Bartholomew; 
Seiah Hart. 



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Tonvrr* names x Town Clerks, 
Broohfid.l, Daniel B. Cook, 
Betbie?/*, Titus Hull, 

Berkbempjted, Ifrael Jones, 
Brooklyn, Vine Robinfon, 

Coventry. John Hale, 

Canterbury, Gideon Wells, 

Benajah Douglafs, 
Daniel Shepherd, 
Judah Kellogg, 
Elijah Rockwell, 
John Watrous, 
Rufus Hitchcock, 
Simeon Parfons, 
Eli Mygatt, 
John Humphrey, 
Enft-Haddam, Timothy Gates, 3d. 
Eaft-Windfor, Aaron Biffell, 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, 

Eaft- Hartford, Jonathan Stanley, 
Ellington, Matthew Hyde, 
Eaft Haven, Jofiah Bradley, 

Samuel Rowland, 
John Mix, 
Eli Hyde, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Amos Gere, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Jonathan Fowler, 
Adino Hale, 
Judah Holcomb, jr. 
Samuel Wyllys, 
Sylyefter Gilbert, 
Nehemiah Brainard 
Harwingttn, Daniel Catlin, 
Hartlani, Prince Taylor, 2d. 
Hamden, Simeon Briftol, 

Hampton) Ebenezer Mofely, 



Canaan, 

Chatham, 

Cornwall, 

Colehrook, 

Colchefter, 

Chejhire, 

Durha?n, 

D anbury, 

Derby y 



Fairfield, 

Farmington, 

Franklin, 

Greenwich, 

Groton, 

Claftenhury, 

Guilford, 

Gtjhen, 

Granby, 

Hartford, 

Hebron, 

Haddam, 



Town Treasurer Si 
Wait Northrup. 
Nehemiah Lambert. 
Jofeph Wilder. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do, 

do.. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
James Clark. 
Nathan Buckingham. 

do. 

do. 
John Reynolds. 
Elihu Olmfted. 
Levi Wells, jr. 

do. 
Elijah Abel. 
Noadiah Hooker. 

do. 

do. 
Ebenezer Plummer* 

do. 

Andrew Kingsbury* 
Roger Fuller. 
, do. 
do. 
Titus Haze. 

do. 



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Town's names, 

Huntngton, 

Killingiy, 

Killing-worthy 

Kent, 

Lebanon, 

Litchfield^ 

Lyme, 

Lisbon, 

Milford, 

Midddhtown, 

Mansfield, 

Moniville, 

New- Haven, 

North -Haver., 

New- Milford, 

New-Hartford 

New-London, 

Norwich, 

Narwalk, 

NewF airfield, 

New-Canaan, 

Newt own ) 

Norfolk, 

Oxford. 

Plainfield, 

Prefton, 

Pomfret, ■ 

Plymouth, 

Reading, 

Ridgfield, 

Roxbury, 

Stonington f 

Sims bury, 

Sufi eld, 

Salisbury.^ 

Stratford) 

Stuford, 



Town Clerks* 


Town Treafurers, 


Elifha Mills, 


do. 


Samp fan Howe, 


Ezra Curtifs. 


Abraham Pierfon, 


John Hall. 


Julius Cafwell, 




Elkanah Tifdale, 


do. 


Mofes Seymour, 


Reuben Smiths 


David F. Sill, 


do. 


Jed^diah Burnham, 


do. 


Gideon Buckingham, 


John Fifk, 


Elijah Hubbard. 


Conft. Southworth, 


do. 


David H. Jewett, 


Atwell Chapel. 


Samuel Bimop, 


Nathan Beers. 


jofeph Pierpont, 




Eli/ha Boftwick, 


Abel Hine. 


r , Jofeph Loomis, 


Elias Kellogg, 


Samuel Belden, 


Guy Richards. 


Phillip Huntington, 


Andrew Huntington, 


Samuel Grummond, 


do. 


Peter Penfiekl, 


do. 


Samuel St. .John, 




Caleb Baldwin, 


Gideon Botsford. 


Afahel Humphrey, 


do. 


Hofea Dutton, 




William Robinfoh, 


Ebenezer Eaten. 


Daniel Morgan, jr. 


do. 


Samuel Waldo, 


do. 


Jofeph A. Wright, 


do. 


Lemuel Sanford, 


do. 


Samuel Stebbins, 


Nathan Smith. 


Elihu Canfield, 


do. 


Stephen Avery, 2d. 


John Den i Ton. 


Noah A. Phelps, 


Dudley Pettibonc. 


Alexander King, 




A/a Hutchiafon, 


Samuel Moore, 


Robert Walker, 


do. 


Samuel Blodgei, 





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Towns* names* 

Say brook, 

Stamford, 

Sharon, 

SomerSy 

South ington, 

Southbury, 

Sterling, 

TolUnd, 

Trumbull^ 

Torrington, 

Tbompfon y 

Union* m 

Voluntoivn, 

Wethcrsfield, 

Windham, 

Waterbiiry, 

V/allino-ford, 

Winder, 

Woo&iUck, 

V/iUingt™, 

Woodbury, 

Wajbington, 

Watertoivn, 

Winchefler, 

WoodbridgCj 

Warren, 

Wefion, 

Wolcott, 

Waterfordj 



Town Clerks. 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
John Hoyt, jr. 
Samuel Canfield, 
Jabez Collins, 
John Curtifs, 
Increafe Mofcly, 
Afa Montgomery, 
Benoni Shepherd, 
EHakim Beach, 
Elifha Smith, 
Nathaniel Mills, 
Robert Lawfos, 
James Alexander, 



Toivn Treasurers . 
Jonathan L;» , . 

do. 
Ella's St. John. 
Noah Peafe. 

Aaron Hinmaa. 

do. 

do. 
S. Middlebrook. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Eben,ezcr CampbelL 



Samuel W. Williams, Appieton Robbins. 



Hezekiah Ripley, 
John Kingsbury, 
G. \V. Stanley, 
Henry Allen, 
Jedediah Morfe, 
Elijah Holt, 
Nathan Prefton, 



do. 

Phinehas Porter, 
B. Tuttle. 
Daniel Gillet. 

do. 

Matthew Miner, 



Daniel N. Brinfmade, Samuel Leavitt. 



Eii Curtifs, 
Eliphaz Aivord, 
Andrew Osborne, 
John Talmadge, 
Nathan Wheeler, 
Ifaac Brunfon, 
Stephen Maynard, 



Aner Bradley. 
Robert M'Ewens, 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Caleb Raymond, 



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SOCIETIES. 

General Affociation, Connecticut. 

mtnifters appointed to certify the good ftanding and charac* 
ter of preachers of the gofpel, travelling from this fate 
into other fates, 

'JShe Rev. Dr. Nathan Perkins, Hartford N. Rev. 
Wm. Robinfon, Hartford S. Rev. Dr. Benjamin Trum- 
bull. New-Haven W. Rev. Thomas \V. Bray, New- 
Haven E. Rev. Jofeph Strong, New- London, Rev. Dr. 
Ifaac Lewis, Fairfield W. Rev. David Ely^Fairfield E. 
Rev. Mofes C. Welch, Windham original Affociation, 
Rev. Andrew Lee, Windham E. Rev. Samuel J. Mills, 
Litchfield N. Rev. Dan Huntington, Litchfield S. Rev.. 
Dr. Nathan Williams, Tolland, Rev. John Devotion, 
Middlefex. 

Delegates to the Central Affembly of Presbyterian Church, 
to me.ei in the city of Philadelphia^ on the third Thurfday 

772 May next. 

The Rev. Dr. Timothy Dwight, Afahel Hooker, and 
David Ely. 

&uhfiitutes for delegates roho may not be able to attend ', 

The Rev. William Lockwood, Dan Huntington, and: 
Matthias Burnet. , 

Vnf tilled mini furs and candidates continuing to preach un- 
der the Jicenffs of the difrici Affociations of Connecti- 
cut , 27/ Zm 

Vnfettled Minifers. 
Rev. Simon Backus, Guilford, Rev. Aaron Kinne, 
YVlnchefler, Rev. David Huntington, Middietown, Rev, 
Samuel Sturges, Greenwich, Rev. John Willard, Ken- 
flugton, Rev. Aaron Woodward, North- Haven, Rev. 
Abraham Fowler, Derby, Rev. Eraftus Ripley, New- 
Haven, Rev. Ezekiel J. Chapman, Saybrook, ftev. Je- 
aidiah 'Buihnell, Saybrook. 



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Licexfid Preachers. 

Jeremiah Day, Yale College, Lberiezer G. MarJh, VaJe 
College, Bancroft Fowler, YaJ.e College, Jonathan Bird, 
Berlin, Robert Porter, Farirtington, Guidon Johnfou, 
Granby, Nathaniel Dwi^ht, Weth? rsfield, James \7. 
Woodward, Hanover, N. H. Timothy Williams, Wood- 

flock, Aaron Hovey, jun. Mansfield, Lconrts,- 

Colchefter, William Hart, Berlin, William llich, Mil- 
ford, Pitkin Cowles, Southington, Abijah Carrington, 
Milford, Timothy Stone, Mil ford, John Niles, Killinrr- 
woith, Humphrey Moore, Princetown, Mafs. Gideon 
Burt, jun. Long- Meadow, David Ripley, Apiflgton, 
Jal,ez Munfel, Franklin, John Lord, Water Tore], Ifa:.<; 
Knap, Norfolk, James Eells, Glaftenbury, Elitai SmU.b, 
Granby, Mais. William Boies, ffclandford, Mafs. .u>x-. 
Ruffel, Greenwich, Mafs. 

The next meeting of the General Aflociation will bo 
holden at the houfe of the Rev. Stephen \V. SteWbins in 
Strutford, on the third Tuefday cf June v»sx* 



M i ffiotaa r y Socie fcy . 

OFFICE&S. 

Tfuftees. His Honor John Treadwell, the Hon. Ro- 
ger Newberry, jonath-.LT Brace, John Davenport, ] e <ii- 
diah Huntingdon, and Aaron Auftin, Kfqrs. 'The Re.v. 
Dr. Nathan Williams, Dr. Benjamin Trumoull, Dr. L?vi 
Hart, Cyprian Strong, Dr. Nathan Strong, Dr. Nathan 

-.Audrew Kir.gfbory, efq. Treafurer, 
John Porter, eiq. Auditor. 

- ■ — ■ - ■■ — ■ ■ ■■.■ n .^ i. njft r^u^emsffsyB^^ 



Cincinnati. 



UNITED STATES. 

Maj. Gen. Hamilton, Preiident General. 

Maj. Gen, Charles C Piix.km/, Vice Preiident Genera]. 



Maj. Wm.Jackfon, Secretary General. 
Gen. VVm. Macpherfon, Treafurer General* 

CONNECTICUT. 

Gen. David Smith, Prefident. 

Gen. Jofeph Walker, Vice Prefident. 

Col. John Mix, Secretary. 

Capt. Nathan Beers, Treafurer. 

Col, Ezekiel P. Belden, Afliftant Secretary, 

Gen. Solomon Cowles, Afliftant Treafurer. 

Delegates to attend the next General Triennial meeting. 
Gen. David Smith, j Gen. Jofeph Walker, 

CoL Benjamin Tal'madge, 1 Col. David Humphry. 
Gen. Ehenezer Huntington, \ 

Committees appointed in the fever al Counties to -whom ap+ 

plications are to be made for charitable relief, 
Hartford, CoL John Mix, Col. Ezekiel P. Belden. 
New-Haven, Capt. Nathan Beers, Capt. Stephen Ailing. 
>4ew-Lond©n, Gen. E Hunhngton, Col. David F. Sill. 
Fairfield, Capt. S. Hubbell, Co). Phillip B- Bradley. 
Windham, Col.Tho's Grofvenor,Gen. Mofes Cleaveland. 
j.itcbfield, Gen. David Smith, Col. Ephraim Kirby. 
Middlefe Gen. Jofeph Willcox, Elijah Hubbard, efq. 
Toilantf, Gen. Elijah Chapman* Maj. Porter Wallbridge* 

RHODE-ISLAND. 

Col. Jeremiah Olney, Prefident. 
Col. Archibald Crary, Vice- Prefident. 
CoL Robert Rogers, Secretary. 
Col. Ephraim Bowen, Treafurer. 

Delegate* to the General Meeting. 

Col. Archibald Crary, Col. John S. Dexter, 

Col. Kenry Sherburne, Maj. Daniel Lyman, 

Col. William Peck, Capt. Samuel Snow. 
Gnu William Alien, 



Society of Free Msffons-. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connect! cur 3 
A. L. 5802. 
Mod Worfliipfnl Stephen T. Hofmer, Gran,: 
Hight W.orihipiul David Daggett, D G. M. 
Worlhipful K.benezer Huntington, S. G. W. 
WorJliiplul Samuel Bellamy, J. G. \V\ 
Henry Champion, G. T. 
John Mix, G. S. 
David Baldwin, S. G. D. 
Samuel Whittlesey, j. G. D. 
Mofes Cleaveland, G. Marshall. * 
Kiglit Rev. Abram jarvis, D» D. Grand Chaplain. 

Officers of Deputy Grand Chapter. 

William J udd, D. G. H. P. 
Samuel Bellamy, D. G. K. T* 

Join Mix, D. G. S. 
Peter Johnfon, D. G. T. 
Rev. John Tyler, D. G. Chaplain. 

Chapters of Royal Arch Mafons, 
* IN CONNECTICUT. 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Washington C bapier, M tdd !« tow n. 
Franklin Chapter," Norwich. 
Van den Eroek Chapter, Colchefter, 
Franklin Chapiter, New -Haven. 
Union Chapter, New- London. 



Matters' Lodges, in Connecticut. 

No. 1. Hiram, New. Haven 
2. St. John's Middletown 
3' St. John's, Bridgeport. 

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4- St- John's, Hartford. 

5. Union, Greenwich. 

6, St. Join's, Not walk. 



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K.Solomr-nis, Woodbury 
St. John's, Stratford. 
Corhpafs, Waliingford. 
tVoofter, Colchefter. 
St. Paul's, Litchfield. 
King Hiram, Derby. 
Moi; tgonie ry, So 1 ifb u ry . 
••'. .•.itrickjFarmington. 
Marian, Canterbury. 
k TempJe, Che ill ire. 
Federal, Wat^itawn. 
Hiram, Newtpwno ' 
Washington, Huntington 
huvmony, Berlin. 
St. Peter 7 *', N. MiH'ord. 
1 [art' s , W oodbridgc. 
St. James**, Preilon. . 
Uric], Tolltind. 
vjo'.'ambia, Stepney. 
Do. Eaii-Haddam. 



Rifing San,Wa(hington. 
Morn. i>tar,E.Windfor. 
Village, WeftSimiDirry. 
Day Spring, Hamden. 
Union, New-London. 
Meridian Sun, Warren. 
Fi iendfliip,Southington. 
Somerfet, Norwich. 
Aurora, Harwington. 
St. Mark's, Granby. 
WefternStar, Norfolk, 
St. Alban's, Guilford. 
Ark, Wefton. 
Union, Danbury. 
Federal, Brooktield. 
Harmony, Water!: ury. 
Trinity, Killingworth. 
Ea{lernStar,Leb.&Win. 
Pythagoras, Lyme. 
Putnam, Pomfret. 



Officers of the Grand Lodge, R. Ifland, 

A. L. 5802. 

Moft Wprfliipful Motes Seixas, Grand Matter. 
. ,;bt: ^Verihipiul iiphraim Bowen, jun. D. G. M. 
v.ihipful }ohn L. Boofs, S. G. W. 
Worlhipful Thomas S. Webb, J. G. W. 
WcH^hipiu! Hezelnah Babcock, jun. S. G. D. 
WdrlhtpfuJ S&niuel Thurber, jun. J. G. E>. 
Worfhipful Jeremiah F. Jenkins, G. T. 
Worthiptui Thomas Handy, G S. 
tVcrfhtpftri Caleb Bowers, D- G. S. 
pfhipful Nathan Fifner, G. M. 
irfliipful Clark Cooke, G. S. B. 
v't;; (hipful Abrafeasn L. Clarke, G, C. 



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HONORARY MEMBERS. 

Brothers He>wy II unter, George Gibbs, George Brown, 
Benjamin Bourn, Joteph Tillinghaft, Amos Atwell, 
John Davis, Samuel Scow. 

Medical Convention. 

Proceedings of the Medical Convention of Connecticut, 
holden at New-Haven, on the 20th of October, 1802. 

OFFICERS FOR THE ENSUING YEAR. 

James Potter, President. 

Thomas Mofely, Vice-Preiident. 

William She 1 ton, Secretaiy. 

William B. Hall, Treafurer. 

The following gentlemen -were appointed a Cot?unittee of 
Examination in their refpeffive counties. 

Eliakim Fifli, Solomon Everett, and John Beftor, for 
the county of Hartford. 

Abraham Tomlinfon, John Spalding, and John Barker, 
for the county of New-Haven. 

John Turner, John O. Miner, and Avery Downer, for 
the county of New-London. 

Hofea Hulbert, Jofeph Trowbridge, and Gideon Shep- 
pard, for the county of Fairfield. 

Nathaniel Perry, JefieCarnngton, and Samuel Wood- 
ward, for the county of Litchfield. 

Leonard Bacon, Koger Waldo, and Thaddeus Clark, 
for the county of Windham. 

Richard Ely, Smith Clark, and Ifaac Smith, for the 
county of Middlefex. 

Jeremiah Weft, Haggles Carpenter, and Samuel Wil- 
lard, for the county of Tolland. 

Voted, That James Potter, Thomas Mofely, Jared 
Potter, and Thaddeus Betts, cfeofen Jaft convention, a 
toinmittce of examination of candidates applying for 



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the degree of Doctor of Medicine, be continued for the 
fame purpofe. 

Resolved, That the clerks in the feveral counties be 
directed to call on every member of the medical fociety 
in their refpective counties, to pay up their arrearages 
of taxes at or before the firft day of January next ; and 
if any who are delinquent and conceive themfelves fub- 
jects of abatement, the faid clerks mall advertife in the 
public papers, for the fellows of the caunty wherein he 
is clerk, to meet at fuch time and place as he may think 
proper, to make fuch abatements as they may judge ex- 
pedient, at which time and place thofe who expect to 
avail themfelves of abatement of their taxes, mall be 
notified to attend and make known their pretenfions. 

Voted, That a degree of Doctor of Medicine, be 
conferred on Jofeph Hamilton, of the city of Hudfon, 
ftate of New-York ; likewife the fame degree was con- 
ferred on Abraham Tomlinfon, John Spalding, Ilofea 
Hulbert, and Eliakim Fifth. 

John Beftor, Richard Ely, and Leonard Bacon, are 
appointed to exhibit differtations on medical fubjects be- 
fore the convention, at their next meeting, 

Voted, That each member of the fociety be taxed 
ons dollar, payable the firft of May next. 

Resolved, The following be prize queftions, inviting 
the attention of the faculty. 

ift. Schirrus, its caufes, fymptoms, and modes of if- 
fue ; what is the beft method of tre&tmeht in its recent 
ftate ; and how treated if it become cancerous? Premi- 
um, Jerkin f>n\s voyage to the South Seas. 

2d. Chronic Rheumatifin, what ? how diflinguifhed 
from the inflammatory Rheumatifm, alfo, how diilin- 
guiftied from the gout; its caufes, fymptoms, fu d beft 
method of cure. Tremium, Dr. Fothergitt's works. 

jd Mercury, its nature, what preparations of it are 
belt, in what difeafes, and how to be udrauiiftered? 



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Voted, That this meeting be adjourned to the houfe 
of Eiifha Froft, in New-Haven, on the firlt Wednefday 
after the fecond Thurfday in October, 1803. 

WILLIAM SHELTON, Secretary. 



BANKS. 

HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, efq. Prefident. 

Norman Knox, Cafhier. 

Directors, 



Meflrs. John Caldwell, 
John Morgan, 
Ephraim Root, 
George Goodwin, 
Ezekiel Williams, jr. 



Thomas Bui), 
William Mofely, 
Aaron Olmftead, 
Daniel Pitkin. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, efq. Prefident. 

Robert Hallam, Cafhier. 

DircChrs. 



MefiT. Jedidiah Huntinton, 
George Hallam, 
James Tilley, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Charles Bulkeley, 
Samuel Woodbridge, 



Bela Peck, 
Daniel Lathrop, 
Uriah Tracy, 
Jofeph Perkins, 
Nathaniel Richards 5 
Simeon Thomas. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Ifaac Beers, efq. Prefident. 
William Lyon, Cafhier. » 

DireZiors. 
Meflrs. Ifaac Beers, | Thaddeus Beecher, 

Jofeph Drake, | Abraham Bradley, 



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' John Nicolf, 
Eneas M union, jr. 
Stephen Ailing, 



Frederick Hunt, 
Simeon Baldwin. 



NORWICH BASK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, efq. Prefident. 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cafnier. 



MefTrs. Eben. Huntington, 
Thomas Fanning, 
Jo fh.ua Huntington, 
Roger Bulkley, 
Thomas Latbrop, 
Benjamin Snow, 
Levi Huntington, 



Johto Taintor, 

Johft Fanning, 

Jofeph Carew, 

Uriah Tracy, 

Afa Fitch, 

Jofeph How land, jun. 



MIDDLETOIVN BASK. 
Elijah Hubbard, efq. President. 
Timothy Southmayd, Caihier. 
Directors. 
MeiTrs. Elijah Hubbard, j Ebenezer Sage, 

Chaimcey Whit ri; ley, 1 jofeph Hart, 

Nehemiah Hubbard,jr. } Auiiin Denifon, 

Samuel Watkinfon, j Benjamin Butler. 

Benjamin Williams, 



Robert Congdon, 

Eli iha Den i ion, 
Benjamin Butler, 
William Williams, 
Coddingfeen Billings, 
Ei:ach Burrows. 



WASmXGTQS r BASK, JFESTERLT, R. I. 
Thomas Noyes, Prefident. 
Arnold Clarke, Cafliier. 
Directors. 
MefTrs. James Rhodes, E J ward Wilcox, 

William Khod. s, 
George Thurfton, 
Jofeph Potter, 
iVowfe Babcoek, 
Waiter White, 
James $heiiield, 



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Militia of Conne6licut. 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efquire, Captain 

General and Commander in Chief. 

Hon. John Treadwell, Efquire, Lieutenant General. 

Ebcr.ezer Huntington, efq. Adjutant Generel. 

John Mix, efq. Quarter Matter General. 
Col. Jabez Huntington, J Aids de Camp to the 
Col. Daniel Wadfwoith, 5 commander in chief. 

The Governor's Guards. 

At Hartford, 

/■Henry Seymour, Capt* with the rank of Major. 
-, r * Thomas Sanford, lit Lieutenant. 
iriorjc, < David Qieenleaf, 2d Lieutenant. 

( Samuel Lediie, Cornet. 

f" Nathaniel Terry, Captain. 
Foot, -2 Daniel Winfliip, Lieutenant. 
( Elias Morgan, Enfign. 

At Nav-Haven* , 

C fames Mefriman, Captain. 
Foot. < Jeremiah Atwater, 3d. Lieutenant. 
(_ Timothy Chittenden, Enfign. 

Firft Divifion, 

Confifting of the ift and 7th Brigades. 
Elijah Chapman, jr. efq. Major General* 
(. Aids de Camp. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Shubael Grifwold, Brigadier General. 
Jofeph Utley, Brigade Majer and Infpeclor. 



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I ft Regiment. Job Allyn, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Simon Clark, ift Major. Timothy Burr, 2d Major. 

Robert Center, Adjutant. Henry A. Rowland, Chap- 
lain. Cyrus Phelps, Quarter Matter. John Scargeant, 

Pay Matter. Dwell Morgan, Surgeon. 

Surgeon's Mate* 

Mat r off Company. 

John Rufs, Captain. Henry Hall, I ft Lieut* Phineas 
Shepard 2d Lieut. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfip-ns. 

Stephen Collins, Wm. Wadfworth, George Taylor. 
Eiiakim Marfhall, Jirijah Barber, James Taloott. 
Elijah Terry, Samuel Camp, Alford Janes. 
Mofes Wing, Rofwel) Miller, David Dexter. 

Jofeph Whiting, Gurdon Whiting, Stephen Sedgwick. 
Elihu Marina!!, Benjamin Moore, Benj. Grifwold. 
Hezekiah Parfons, Ira Clark, Juftice Fitch. 

Aihbel Spencer, Mcfes Burr, Jona. Danforth. 

x8th RegT. Chauncey Pettibone, ht. Col. Command't. 
Azariah Wilcox, ift Maj. Noah A. Phelps, 2d Maj. 

Jona. Pettlbone, jr. Adjutant. Ifaac Porter, Chap- 
fain, james Humphrey, Quarter Mafter. Wm. Brad- 
ley, Pay Matter. Horace Hillyer, Surgeon. Jofiah 
Toppings urgebn's Mate. 

Captains Lieutenants. Enfigus; 

Wait L^ttimer, Jona.Pettibone,jr.Mofes Cafe. 
OziasPettibone,jr. John Benjamin, Zopher Topping. 
Ariel Cafe, Calvin Barber, Shubael Hofkins. 

George Owen, Eraftus Bates, Ez kiel Phelps. 
'Dan Cafe, Jofeph Dyer, A. P. Humphrey. 

Joel Higley, Selah Bacon, Ifrael Meflinger. 

William Wilcox, Daniel Mofes^ George Cafe. 
Samuel Clark, Jofeph Grifwold, Hez. Holcomb, jr. 
Amafa Read, Aaron Roft, Levi Hays. 

ElifhaGrifwold, jr. 'ofeph Pettibone, Joel Grifwold, jr. 
Sim. M. Cufhmau, Elijah Holcomb, Sadofa Hokomb. 



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iQth Re<3T. John Phillips, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Jared Cone, »ft Major. Abiel Wolcott, 2d Major. 

Charles Jencks, Adjutant- David M'Clure, Chaplain. 
Jacob Strong, Quarter Mafter. Epapbras BifTd), Pay 
Mafter. ElijahF. Reed, Surgeon. Allen Hyde, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 

John Sage, Captain. John Kennedy, I ft Lieutenant. 
James Belden, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Aaron Biflell, Dan'l Hayden, jr. Jeffe Chariton. 

John Wtffcfon, jr. Jona. Buckland, Eraftus Buckland. 
John Pitkin, jun. Timothy Forbes, John SpeRcer, jun. 
John Ofborne, Benoni Stiles, Henry Allen, 
John MarflialJ, Ifaao Birge, Ephraim Imam, 

EzraBrainerd, Samuel Brewer, Wait Hfthr, 
Jofeph Abbott,jun Robert Hyde, Ichabod Mudge, 
Elifha Olcott, Alex M-'Clean, Amos Bncklanc!, 
Oliver Hunt, Juftus Talcott, Eraftus M-Kinnee, 

#\llen Brunfon, E!3ot Grant, Abel Fofter, 

John Stougton jun. Benjamin Loonds, Oliver Clarke, 
Jofeph Benton, John Slate, Samuel Morley. 

22d Regt. Ebenezer Spencer, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Samuel Whittlefy, ift Major. Tubal Cafe, 2d Major. 
Abel Beftor, Adjutant. Abiel Abbot, CVpIain. Am- 
ariah Avery, Quarter Mafter. EHmaStearas^ p-«y-M.v- 
fter. Gurdon Thomfon, Surgeon. Daniel Peqk, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Matrofs Co??ipam. 
Selah Hibbard, Captain. Rowland latbrop, ift Lieut.. 
Thomas Fox, 2d Lieut. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enfant* 

Bildad Curtis, Cephas Brighain, Jofeph Dornian. 
Clarke Lilhbiidge, Samuel Rockwell, Robert Needfoim. 
Stephen Griggs, Ezra Chapman, John Bills. 
Eleazer Fellows, A'oial Fenton, Jefeph ©ftefcer. 
I 



93 

Captains. "Lieutenants* Enftgns. 

David Lawfoa, Samuel Paul, Luther Crawford. 

Noah Porter, Shubael Brewfter, Amafa Loomis. 

J ona. Whitaker, Abner Cady, Jofeph Ellis. 

Eliakim Chapman,EzraRowdin, Simon Chapman. 

Porter Wallbriclge,Alden Blodget, Ephraim Hyde. 

Caleb Carlton, Reuben Bradley, William Eaton. 

31ft Regt. Elihu Kent, jr. Lt. Col. Commandant. 

Afaph Terry, ift Major. Julius Grander, 2<1 'Major. 

Peletiah A. Burbank, Adjutant. 'Nehemiah Pruduen, 
Chaplain- Guftavus Auftin, Quarter-Malter. Gaml. 
Kent, Pay-Mafter. Howard Alden, Surgeon. — — 
.., Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns., 
Sarcoid Raynolds, Lot Killam, Robert Morrifon. 
Thad. Leavitt, jr. Pel. A. Burbank, Eben. Burbank, jr. 
Oliver L. Phelps, Francis Pierce, Seth Peafe. 
Benj. Parfons, George Terry, Samuel Peafe, jr. 
Elijah Kibbe, Samuel Pomeroy, John Ford. 
Mofes Allen, jr. Elam Peafe, Jotham Wright. 
Samuel Wright, Oliver Chapin, Jedediah Kibbe. 
EpaphrasPomeroy, Guftavus Auftin, Oliver Parfons. 
jofeph Fuller, jr. Chauncey Stiles, Saml. Haftings. 
_ , 1 , 7 Micah Griffin, jr. Trumbull. 

Firft Regiment of Cavalry annexed to the \Ji "Brigade* 
Jeduthun Cobb, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Amos Alden, Major. Solomon Lothrop, Adjutant. I 
Diodate Brockway^ Chaplain. Thaddeus Moran, Quar- 
ter Mafter. Appleton Robbins, Pay-Mafter. Ruggles 
Carpenter, Surgeon. 



1 ft Company. 
Elima Allyn, capt. 
David Grant, ift lieut. 
Solomon Enfign, ad lieut. 
Thomas Moore, cornet. 



2d Company, 
job Cafe, capt. 
Auftin Phelps, ift lieut. 
James Dibol, ad lieut. 
Harmon Holcomb, cornet. 



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3d Company. 
William Thomfon, capt. 
Jona. Bartlett, id lieut. 
John Holton, 2d lieut. 
James L. Wood, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Amos James, capt. 
Gad Page, lit lieut. 



James Eaton, 2d lieut. 
Jof. Merrick, cornet. 

5th Company. 
Refcome De Albro, capt. 
Solomon Gleafon, ift lieut. 
NatM. Tiffany, 2d lieut. 
Thad. Spencer, cornet. 



SEVENTH BRIGADE. 

Solomon Cowles, Brigadier General. 
Ebenezer S. Gleafon, Brigade Major and Infpector. 



6th Regiment. John Hals, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Levi Lufk, ift Major. Simeon North, 2d Major. 

John Treat, ^Adjutant. William Lockwood, Stoap- 
lain. Jtniel Hale, Quarter Matter. "Ebentzer Hale, 
Pay Matter. Afaph Coleman, Surgeon. J uHus Cole- 
man, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants* Enjijns. 

Elifha Robbins, Salmon North, Thomas Coleman. 
William Talcott, Simeon Francis. 
Samuel Seliew, Jofepn KiJbourn. 
Philo Goodrich, 
Robert Francis, 
George Hunt, 
Elijah Hodge, jr. 
Eiias Beckley, 



James Francis, 
George Seliew, 
Hez'h Whitmore, 
Abfalom Wells, 
Afa Goflee, 
Ifaac Hollifter, 
Levi Hart, 



Daniel Dcming. 
Jona. Stoddard. 
David E.Hubbard. 
Oliver Hale. 
Selah Beckley. 



,15th Regiment. Samuel Hart, Lt. Col. Commandant- 
Dan'lTiilotfonjittMaj. Theodore Pettibone, 2d Maj, 

Luther Seymour, Acijutant. BenoniUpfon, Chaplain. 
George Porter, Quarter Matter. John Hooker, Pay 
Matter. Sylvefter Wells, Surgeon. James Percivaljjr» 
Surgeon* s Mate. 



Captains. 

Elijah Munrofs, 

Jefis Cowles, 
John Barns, 
Jofeph Porter, 
John R. Allyn, 
Aaron Hart, 
Tofeph Finch, 
Aflibel Tillotfon, 



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Lieutenants, 
Matrofs Company. 
Noah Byington, 

Jofeph Dutton, 
Giles Langdon, 
Luther Seymour, 
Samuel Hart, 
Juftus Francis, 
Avery Clark, 
Tho's F. Bifhop, 
Seth Peck, 
Ifrael Dorinan, 



Et'figM 



George Porter. 
Rofwell More. 
J. P. Treadivell. 
Seth Cowles. 
William Smith. 
Salmon Norton. 
AUyn Clark. 
Obadiah Gillett. 
Ralph Humphry, 
Eli Cornweil. 



24th Kegt, Jona. O. Mofeley, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Dxti'l YVortbington, ift Maj. Jofiah Griffin, 2d Maj. 

Oliver Church, Adjutant. Elijah Parfons, Chaplain. 
Noah B. Foot, Surgeon. Stepten O. Day, Surgeon's 
Mate. 



Captains. 
Samuel P. Lord, 
mi Giitett, 
Darius G-ites, 
John Ack'.ey, 
Abel Gates, 
Aaron Fox, 
piodate Jones, 
Daniel Jones, 



Lieutenants, Enfigns. 

George Lord, Chiveis Brainard. 
Thomas Palmer, Jonathan Giliet. 
Sam'! Huntington, Jonah Gates. 
Robert Youngs, Ebeaezer Carrier, 
Mumford Dollone,Tho's Bradford. 
Oliver Church, NathM Emmons* 
Nat'JHungcrford, Mofes Fox. 
Salve Jones, A, Worthington, 



23d Regt, 

Joh.l P; 



Lemuel Storrs, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
k, f il Major. Seth Overton, 2d Major. 

Hofc a Goodrich, Ad j utant. Jofeph Warren, Chaplain. 
William Wetmore, Quarter Mailer. Seth Overton, jr. 
Toy Matter. William B, Hill, Surgeon. joh» Rie»- 
iftpnd, Surge 04' 5 Mate. 



101 

Captains. Lieutenants* 

E. Huntington, jr.Ifaac Bacon, 



Job Doane, 
William Scovc 11, 
IlYael Kelfey, jr. 
John Hubbard, 
Samuel Wilcox, 
Elias Selden, 
Eliflia Coe, 
Samuel Brown, 
Samuel Penfield, 
Ebenezer Roberts, 



Reuben Kirby, 
Enoch Green, 
Daniel White, 
Freeman Arnold, 
Oliver Bailsy, 
Jabez Hall, 
Michael Stewart, 
John Warner, 



Knfigns. • 
Ambroie Seymour. 
Jofeph Wells. 
Elij. Chamberlain. 
Hofea Roberts, 
jofeph Dart. 
Ichabod Wilcox,jr% 
En os Brown, 
George Shepurd. 
Maboth Lewis. 



Seventh Regiment of Cavalry. 

Uriah Carrier, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Jofeph Galpln, Major. 

David Deming, Adjutant. John Parmelee, Quarter 
Mailer. William Gilbert, Pay Matter. SalmorTCone, 
Chaplain. John R Watrous, Surgeon. Henry Wadi- 
worth, Surgeon's Mate. 



l & Company. 
Solomon Judd, captain. 
Nathaniel Ackley 5 i<t lieut. 
Da\ id Deming, 2d lieut. 
William Gilbert, cornet. 

2d Company. 
James Plumb, captain. 
Jofiah johnfon, id lieut. 
Jacob Wilcox, 2d lieut. 
Elifiia Cuiby, cornet. 

3d Company. 
Solomon Fifk, captain. 
Mark Lev/is, jft lieut. 
Warner Dunham, ad lieut- 
Martin Cowles^ cornet. 

1 



4th Company. 
WilliamS. judd, captain. 
Gad Ccwles, ill lieut. 
Adna Curtiis, 2d lieut. 
Morris M'Nary, cornet. 

5th Company. 
Leonard Wells, captain. 
Samuel Gibfon, lit lieut. 
Abraham Crane, 2d lieut. 
cornet. 

6ch Company. 
Jonathan Bowers, captain. 
John Parmele, 3 ft lieut* 
Elijah Claik, ad lieut. 
coi'juet. 



102 

Second Divifion, 

Confining of 2d and 4th Brigades* 
Ebenezer Mead, Major General. 
Hon. David Daggett, ? „-, , „ 
Richard w. Hart, cfq. \ Aldi di Ca "*' 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Andrew Hull, jr. Brigadier General. 
"Nathaniel Hubbard, Brigade Major and Iafpeftor. 

ad Regiment. Stephen Ball, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Amos Bradley, ill Major. Jofeph Mix, ad Major. 

Elihu Mtmfon, Adjutant. James Dana, D. D. Chap- 
lain. Naphtali Daggett, Quarter- Mailer. Wm. Lyon, 
jr. Pay matter. Levi Ives, Surgeon. Jofiaa Root, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Artillery Company. 

John ?. Auftin, Captain. John Hunt, ift Lieutenant. 
Hezekiah Howe, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Ehfigns 

Charles Bofhvick, John Scott, jr. Amos Benedict. 
Ifaac M. Wales, Ranfom Lines, Thomas Hull. 
Samuc 1 Chitfev, Samuel Tuttle, Ifaac Brown. 
David ticrwbi idge, Jofiah Merrick, Nathan Piatt. 
Fhilem. Blak?iky,Ifaac C. Stiles, Nathan Marks, 
Benaj.h Tuttle, je fie Andrews, Jacob BafTett. 
jared Cooper, A fa Dickeraan, Caleb Doolittle. 
,ohn Hubbard, Javin Woociin, " Levi Gorham. 

7th Regt. George Morgan, Lieut Col. Commandant. 
johnStannard, jr. 1 it M;j. Huntington May, 2d Maj. 

Wm. Warner, Adjutant. Frederick W. Hotchkifs, 
Chaplain. Timothy Starkey, 2d. £hiarter-Mafter. Eb- 
citezeT Ilayden, ad, Pay-Mailer. Auftia Olcott, Sur- 
geon. 



103 

Lieutenants* 
Light Infantry. 
Samuel Morgan, 
Curtis Smith, 



Captains* 

Timothy Crane, 
John Clark, 

Sa'l Buckingham, Elifha Sill, 
Arnold Tyler, James Bates, 
Jofeph Hill, Bemont Clark, 

Nathan Kirtland, Jedediah Port, 
Henry Hill, ' Dan Lane, 
Gideon Leet, Joel Canfield, 

David Spencer, Samuel Hubbard, 
Samuel Stevens, George Clark, 



Enfignsi 

Jeremiah Millar. 
Giles Hubbard. 

Elias Jones. 
John Brainard. 
Reynold Kirtland. 
Timothy Spencer, 
lofeph Far nam. 
Giles Clark. 
Jofhua Knowles. 
Bela Clark. 



ioth Rest. Ebenezer Hale, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Seth Seward, ift Maj. Samuel Woodruff, 2d Maj. 

Amafa Hitchcock, jr. Adjutant. John Foot, Chap- 
lain. Samuel Cook, Jr. Quarter-Matter. Samuel A. 
Foot, Pay-Matter. Billius Kirtland, Surgeon. Tho.S. 
T. Cornwell, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. 

Light Infantry. 
Jos's Hotchkiff, Aia Peck, 

Billius B.Newton,Samuel Tuttle, 
Richard Robinfon,Denois Camp, 

Vacant, Vacant, 

Jos. I. Doolittle,* Amafa Doolittle, 
Elnathan Ives, jr. William Olds, 
Noah Cone, John Hart, 

Elias Ford, Jefle Ford, 



Enftgns . 

Levi Peck. 

Vacant. 
Jofiah Jewett. 
Eliakim Hall, jr, 
Amos Hall. 
Eli Barns. 
Eliphaz Nettletom 
Jared Smith. 



27th Regt. Sol. Lindfle.y, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Eli Fowler, 1 ft Maj. Btrnj. B. Wilcox, 2d Maj. 

Abel Hoadley, Adjutant, Matthew Noyes, Chaplain. 
Jedediah Lathrop, Quarter-Matter. George Cleave- 
lancl, Pay-Mailer. Jared Rec'fald, Surgeon, David 
Marvin Surgeon's Mate, 



Captains. 

Samuel Elliot, 

Samuel Fowler, 
Edward Baldwin, 
Timothy Johnfon, 

Vacant, 
Reuben Page, 
Oliver Fowler, 
Jofiah I. Lindfley, 
Benjamin Field, 



104 

Lieutenants* 
Light Infantry, 
Silas Benton, jr. 

Thomas Burgifsj 
Samuel Beach, 
Samuel Bradley, 
Phinehas Meigs, 
Eiiada Rofe, 
Abel RofTeter, 
Win. Douglafs. 
Jofiah M unger, 



Enftgns. 

Jeremy Hoadley. 

Solomon Stone. 
Ruther'd Ruffe 1. 
Ambrofe Hoadley. 
Ufher Conklin. 
Francis Hale. 
Benj. Baldwin. 
John Maltby. 
Abner Bimop. 



3 2d Regt. Daniel Sackett, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Abijah Smith/ 1 ft Major. BenjaminBull, 2dMajor. 

William H. Fowler, Adjutant. Bezaleel Pineo } Chap* 
lain. Ephraim Peck, Quarter Mailer. Stephen A, 
Treat, Pay Matter. Samuel Sandiord, Surgeon, 
mas Goodfell, Surgeon's Mate. 



Tho- 



Captains, 



Lieutenants, 



Enfigns. 



Fir ft Grenadier Company. 
Samuel Higby, Jofeph B. Barlow, Wm. H. Fowle?* 

Second Grenadier Company. 
Amafa Tuttle, Silas Bradley, David Hine. 

Light Infantry, 
Nath'l Paugman, David M'Ewin, Nathaniel Werfter. 
John Gunn, Stephen A. Treat, Barn's Woodftock. 

Stephen Stone, Shelden Sherwood,David Burwell. 
Abel Clark, Samuel B. Gunn, Oliver C. Clark. 

Eneas Hitchcock, Lyman Sperry, Joiliua Sperry. 
John Davis, Joel Piny, S. A. Buckingham. 

SiJas Hotchkifs, Chauncey Tuttle, John Sackett. 
Iftac BafTett, Jofiah NettJeton, E. G. Nettletcn. 

Eben'rB. J ohnfon, Timothy Wfacier, Elijah Patchcn. 



105 

Second Regiment of Cavalry. 
Daniel Wrllard, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Timothy Higgins, Major. William Willard, Adju- 
tant. Reuben Ives, Chaplain. Henry Lynde, Quarter- 
Matter. George Willard, Pay-Matter. Richard Ely, 
Surgeon. 

3d Company, 
John Beach, Capt. 
Benjamin Hall, ift Lieut* 
Abel Cook, 2d Lieut. 
Benjamin Johnfon, Cornet, 

4th Company. 
Richard Treat, Capt. 
Eph. Baldwin, ift Lieut. 
Ala Piatt, 2d Lieut. 
Jonah Treat, Cornet. 



ift Company. 
Stephen Maltby, Capt. 
Daniel Lindfley, ift Lieut. 
Kath'l Johnfon, 2d Lieut. 
Thomas Beach, Cornet. 

2d Company. 
Jedediah Harris, Cr.pt. 
David Loper, itt Lieut. 
Samuel W. Pratt, 2d Lieut 
Vacant, Cornet. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Jofeph Walker, Brigadier General. 
Timothy Walker, Brigade Major and Infpeclor. 

4th Uegt. Burr Gilbert, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Medad Bradley, ift Maj. Albert Lockwood, £d Maj. 
Daniel Betts, Adjutant. Hezekiah Ripley, Chaplain. 
Jededuh Rogers, Quarter-Matter. Billy Comftock, 
Pay-Matter. David Rogers, Surgeon. Thomas Peck, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
Afahel Salmon, Captain. Vacant, Lieutenants. 
Captains. Lieutenants. " Enfigns. 

Elijah Bibbins, Lewis Goodfel, Joel Goodfel, 
Barnabus Sturges, Aaron B. Sturges, Sturges Thorp, 
Seymour Taylor, David Ripley, David Bennet, 
Jofeph Hill, Eliphalet Bradley, 

John Gray, Daniel Sanford, Thomas Couch, 

Daniel S. Godfrey, Jofeph Rowland, 
Miles. Marvin, Lewis Wheeler, Hull Fanton, 
Eli Lyon, Ifaac Beacb 3 c John Meaker* 



io6 

9th R.ECT. Alexander Mills, Lieut Col. Commandant. 
Hanford Hoyt, ift Major, lfaac Smith, 2d Major. 

Simeon H. Miner, Adjutant. Daniel Smith, Chaplain. 
Juilus L. Bufh, Quarter-Mafter. Ephraim Mead, Pay- 
Mafter. Samuel Webb, Surgeon. John Augur, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enfigns. 

Light Infantry. 
David Waterbury, Jofeph Lockwood, Augufi.Lockwood. 
Ebenezer Mead, Gideon Holmes, 

Knos Waterbury, Rufus Newman, Wm. Lockwood* 

Jona. Jefop, jun. Jofhua Ferris, Jofepk Ferris, 
jofeph Sellock, Tho's Lounibury, Nathaniel Mills. 

Scyiire Hubby, Lemuel Rich, Caleb Hubby, 

jotham Wilfon, jr.jehiel Mead, Gideon Mead, 

Jared Smith, *37homkins Clofs, Amos Mead. 

Nehe. Mead, 3d. William Molher, 

Samuel Dean, John Lounibury , Selleck Scofield.' 



28th Regt. Matthias Nicols, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
George Healy, iftMaj. Eph'm J. Wilcoxfon, 2dMaj. 

Oliver 8. Wilcoxfon, Adjutant. " Afhbel Baldwin, 
Chaplain. John Wells, Quarter- Mailer. Agur Shelter?, 
Pay- Mafter. Charles TomUnfon, Surgeon. Lucius 
Hitchcox, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrsfs Company. 

Aaron Hawley, Capt. Edward Burroughs, jun. ift 
Lieut. Afahel Hurd, 2d Lieut. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Kvf]gns. 

Enoch Foot, William. Walker, Judfon Curtis. 

Daniel S. Mefler, Wm. De Forreft, 
Philo Lewis, lfaac S. Borrh, Abraham P.Lewis. 

Lewis Shelton, David r B. Wheler, Lewis H Wakely. 
James Beardfley, Eben'r Wheeler, Elijah Sterling 
John Wilcoxon, Abel French, Geo. L. Sherman, 

lfaac Sherman, Jofeph Mallett, jr. Aaron Mallett. 



107 

34th Regiment. Jofhua King, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Nathan Sanford, ift Maj. liaac S. Iiaacs, 2d Maj. 

Samuel Goodrich, Chaplain. Amos Baker, Surgeon. 

lft Matrofs. 
Job Smith, Capt. 



I ft Grenadiers* 



Aaron Lee, Capt 



2d Grenadiers, 



Jefle Richards, Capt. 



" Captains % Lieutena?its. 

Samuel Burrel, Cyrus Edmonds, 
David Street, William Morgan, 

Mathias St. John 
jofeph Sturges, 

Stephen Wood, Jonathan Hoyt, 
Sacob Daucbey, Samuel Sturges, 
Hezekiah Betts, Charles Weed, 
Thaddeus Mead, John Hurlbut, 
Jerom Bates, 
Jonah Thatcher. 



Enfigns. 

Jofeph L. Marvin. 

Samuel Comftock. 
Timothy Fitch, jr. Benjamin Jones. 
Amos Smith, Nathan Jarvis. 



Zenophon Mead* 

William Smith. 

Jonathan Bates. 



Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 

Curtis Tomlinfon, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Ab#l Hall, jr. Major. 

Benjamin Hall, Adjutant. Solomon Ccok, Quarter 
Mailer. Jofhua Green, Pay Matter. Samuel Black- 
ford, Chaplain. William Shelton, Surgeon. 



i ft Company. 
Samuel Garlic, captain. 
"Elijah Hawley, lft lieut. 
James R. Edwards, 2d It. 
David Nichols, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Jofeph Street, 2d lieut. 

3d Company. 
Lyman Edwards, capt. 



Hezekiah Hall, lft lieut. 
Hyatt Banks, 2d lieut. 
Billy Bibbins, cornet. 
, . 4th Company. 
Ifaac Quintard, captain. 
Stephen Wareing, ift lieut. 
Jonah Dibble, 2d lieut. 
Daniel Lockwood, cornet. 



ic8 
Third Divifion, 

Confiding of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 
Ebenezer Huntington, efq. Major Geseral. 
Calvin Goddard, efq. ? ... , . 
Nathaniel Terry, efq. 5 Atds dt Cam *\ 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Zachariah Huntington, Brigadier General. 
Thomas Tracy, Brigade Major and Infpector. 

3d Regt. Thaddeus Brooks, Lieut. Col. Commandant.' 
Multbrd Raymond, ift Maj. Simeon Smith, 2d Maj. 
■ Hubbel Brooks, Adjutant. Eliiha Dolbear, ' Quarter- 
ly! after. . Chefter Kimball, Pay- Matter. Henry" Chan- 
ging, Chaplain. James Lee, Surgeon. Ifaae Thompfon,' 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Enfijns. 

Indcp smUnt Company* 
John P. Trott, Peter Beebe, x ' Henry Jepfon. 

Light Infantry. 
George Allen, Chriko. Dolbear, Tbo's Bifhop. 
Richard Fofdick, Jofh.ua Howard, Jofliua Penniman. 
Sam'l Packwood, Peter Richards, Jofnua Avery. 
Jabez Thompfon, Obed Blakeley, AbrahamMaynard. 
Wm. Stewa/t, Stephen Prentice, Charles Avery. 
Nicholas Bifliop, Robert. Douglafs, Eben. Bifhop. 
Jaibn Beckwith, Jona. Caulkins, Wm Moore, 4th. 
Nath'l Bradford, Daniel Smith, Amos Bolles, 2d. 

John Prentice, David Newbury, EphraimM.Frink. 

8th Regt. Ebenez?r Avery, jr. Lt. Col. Commandant* 
Daniel Avery, 1 ft Maj. Mopes Tyler 9 2d Maj. 

Youngs Avery, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chaplain; 
Paul F. Niles, Pay-Mafttr. John O. Miner, Surgeon* 
Bilhop Tylor, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains. 
David Avery, 
John Chefrer, 
Stephen Newton, 
V. illiarnCogfwell, 
Nathaniel Coit, 
Stephen Haley, 
Rufus Allyn, 
Jedediah Barftow, 
Ichabod Stoddard, 



109 

"Lieutenants* 
Eliflia Crary, 
Peter Avery, 
Dudley Bailey, 

[ohn B. Tyk-r, 
William Belcher, 
James Gallup, 
Scth William^ 
Demfon Palmer, 

John Spicer, 



E ng fins. 
Robert ;i. Avery. 
Elifha Cheftcr. 
Samuel At] 
Eliih-i. M 

Htmtirtgton. 
Eliflia r 

Yoiirigs Margin 
Jeremiah Smith. 
Samuel Wood. 



20th Regiment. Afa Fitch, Lieut- Col Commandant. 
Eleazer Tracy, :ft Maj. John Hough, 2d Maj. 
Charles P. Huntington, Adjutant. Jofeph Strong, 
Chaplain. N^hemiah Waterman, jun. Qua rter-M after. 
Vacant, Pay-toaftef. Jedediah Burnham, Surgeon. 
Matrofs Company 
Richard H. Carew, Captain. Benjamin Bailey, ifc 
Lieut. A fa ha} Smith, 2d Lieut. Gerard Carpenter, 3d 



Enfigns* 
Ch. P. Huntington. 



Lieut. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants, 

CufliingEells, Eli Adams, 

Grenadiers.. 
Samuel Tyler, Win, Letter, jun. HamptonChamplin 

Gurdon Giffbrd, Eleazer FvOgers, Martin Edgerton. 
Calvin Tracy, Benj, Creenilit, Jabez R. Packard* 
Stephen Johnfon, Be nj. Burnham, Canirl Latin op. 
Nathaniel Kimball, Elijah Beujamins, Elhlia B(re\vfter. 
Uriah Downer, Jabez Hough, jun. N. Waterman, jr. 
Aflier Ladd, Ira AbelJ, Jonathan Peck- 

Simeon Hubbard, Natban'lHowiand, John Waterman, jr. 
Ephraim Bivftinelljohn Hyde, Nathan Brooks. 

30th Regt. Ifaac Williams, 2d, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
John Baldwin, ift Maj, Paul Babcock, 2d Maj- 
lfaac Williams^ 3d. Adjutant. Hczekiah N. Wopdi 
K 



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raft", Chaplain. Jofeph Noyes, jun. Quarter-M after. 
Thomas swan, jr. Pay Mafter. Wbi. Robinfon, Sur- 
geon. VVm. Lord, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains. 
Prentice Frisk, 
jofeph Ayer, jr. 
\Viliiam Randall, 
Tho. Ii. Peckham 
Adam Brown, 
Gilbert Palmer, 
Teptha Brown, 
Lodowick Niles, 



Lieutenants. 
Avery Noyes, 
Thos". Baldwin, 
Iehabod Brown, 
, Jofeph Frink, 
John Wheeler, 
Jeremiah York, 
Daniel Miner, 
John Jeffords, 



Enfigns. 
Sim. Cheefboro'. 
Daniel Swan. 
Jared Wilcox. 
Nathan Wheeler. 
Aflier Wheeler. 
Chefter Palmer. 
Edward Holmes. 
Frederick Clark. 



33d Regt. Richard E. Selden, Lt. Col. Commandant 
VVatrus Beckwith, I ft Maj. Seth Ely, jr 2d Maj. 
Eraftus Selden, Adjutant. Latbrop Rockwell, Chap 
lain. Jofeph E. Ely, Quarter Mafter. Ifrael Matfon 
Pay-Mafler. John Noyes Surgeon. Elijah Butts, Sur 
geon'j Mate. 

Matrofs Company 
Marfh Ely, Captain. Jonathan Laplafs, ift Lieutea 
ant. Richard H. Ely, 2d Lieutenant. 
Light Infantry* 
Captains. Lieutenants, Enfigns, 

\Vm. Lterling, jr. Thomas 6iU, Eraftus sterling, 

Grenadiers. 
Joan Manwaring, Vacant. 

D. F. Grlfwold, Rufus Sturfeevant, 
Jededialv Beebe, 
Jofeph E. Ely, 
Ezra Brockway, 

Vacant, 
Benj. Marth, 



Chrift'r Aufttn, 

D.ivid Avery, 
Simon Smith, 
Dan Marvin, 
Afa Comftock, 

Elifhi Steward, 
Nswtoa Mirm, 



John M. Lee, 
Elijah Mather. 
E. Brockway, jr. 
Stephen Tinker. 
R. Hunger ford. 



Third Regiment of Cavalry, 

William Williams, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Thoaus Waaler, Major. 



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Je fie Dean, Adjutant. Chriftcpher .Avery, Chaplain. 
Robert Wheeler, Quarter- Matter. Amos Hull, Pay- 
Mafter. George Tifdale, Surgeon. Wm. Robinfbn, 
Surgeon's Mate. 



ift Company. 
Jehiel Johnfon, capt. 
Dan Hatting*, ift licut. 
Wm. Crocker, 2d lieut. 
Azar. Armftrong, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Chefter Smith, capt. 
Oliver Spicer, ift lieut. 
RufTel Williams, ad lieut. 
joieph Tyler, cornet. 



3d Company. 
George Raymond, capt. 
Elifha Lyman, I ft lieut. 
W. W. Haughton, 2d Jieut*. 
Fred. Miner, cornet. 

4th Company. 
George Swan, capt. 
Palmer Hewet, i It lieut. 
Daniel Grant, 2d lieut. 
Hofca Wheeler, comet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Mofes Cleaveland, Brigadier General. 
Payne Cleaveland, Brigade Major and Ini'peclor. 

5th Regiment. Elijah Simons, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Benjamin Hanks, ift Major. Ezra Smith, 2d Major. 

Rufus Mafon, Adjutant. Mofes C. Welch, Chaplain. 
Jolm Tweedy, Quarter Matter. Tkoma* S. Williams, 
Pay-Matter. Trumbull Dorrance, Surgeon. Thomas 
Afpinwall, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrofs Company. 
Ebenezer Stowel, Captain. Alpheus Hanks, ift Lietf* 
tenant. Eliphalet Huntington, 2d Lieutenant. 
Grenadier, 
Captains, Li ait en ants. Enfigns, 

Eloger Clark, ■ Stephen Fuller, Jofeph Seflion-s; 
Light Infantry. 
Nath'l Dunham, 



oyal Storrs, 

[John Lathrop, 
||ohn waiter, 
ijohn " alclcn, 



G?orge Abbe, 



Fred. French* 
Charles L. Webb. 



Elea. Huntington, <ofhua Storrs. 
Abner Rpbinfon, Zuriel Palmer. 



jafow Woodward, Beig. Butler, Eph. "Richard* 



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Captions. Lieutenants. 

Rofwell Preftou, Eleazer Coburn, 

Elifha Crain, ^ Simeon Allen, 

JohnN. Sumner, Jeremiah Olney, 

Elijah Eldredge, Caleb SValker, 



ExfigKS, 

Elijah Fuller. 
Roger Gurley. 
Zeph. Preflon. 



31th Regt. James Daniel fon, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Hobart Torrey, sit Maj. David Holmes, 2d Maj. 

Amos Paine, Adjutant. William Graves, Chaplain. 
George Learned, £>uarter-Maiter. .Thecphilus B. 
Chandler, Pay- Matter. Thomas HuUbard, Surgeon. 
Ilobert Grofvenor. Surgeon's IVIate. 
Nlatrofs Company- 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enjigns: 

Oliver Leavens, Cyril Lee, 

Grenadiers. 
Jedidiah Kimball, Luther Baldwin, Lemuel Holmes* 

Lifht Infantry. 
Ifaac Davis, Luther Bates, Alpheus Gay. 

Abel Drelfer, Archeiaas White, Willard Hubbard. 

Sanford Holmes, David Friliell, Waiter Johnfon. 

joiVph Callv, William Torrey, Jofeph Buck. . 

Samuel Chapman, Benj. Gilbert, Benjamin Pierce. 

Luther Warren, Stephen Mitchcl, Ekazer Bartiett. 

William May, Alfred Walker, Aaron Child. 

Jonathan Ellis, CheHer Unham, Daniel Barret, 

Griggs GofTt, Mofes Edmond, Samuel Allen, 

David Wiifon, Moies Bigfby, Eli Starr. 

Carp. Bradford, John Chandler, Thomas Corbin. 

i2th RtGT. Daniel Tilden, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
James Mafon, ift Maj. Elifha Bucll, 2d Maj. 

Levi Loomis, Adjutant. Zebulon Ely, Chaplain 
Eliphalet Huntington. Quarter- Matter. Nehtmiah 
Pierce, ray matter. John S. Peters, Smgeon. David 
£. iVipley, Surgeon's Mate. 



li 3 
Nairofs Company* 
Hobart Dutton, Opt. Jonathan Young, if! Lieuteu- 
ant. Amos itrong. 2<l Lieutenant. 

Captains. Luute mints. Etijigfif, 

Zabdiel Hyde, Amos Loomi?, Nat'n V> alfwartb. 
Daniel Tiliien, John Howard, Af&hel Kingfley. 
Hczekiah Biffeli, Adoniram Biuel!, Benjamin Blifs. 
Silas B<e^v lie r, Seth Collins, Benj Woodwort'% 

Abiel Stark, John Tbonlas, K rait us Wattles. 

Timothy Phelps, Cornell u*. Shepard,Bt!,j 3 rain Blifs. 
Daniel White, jr. KezM Rutchinfcn, Elima Sprague. 
Ra.'ph Mack, Oliver Ingham, 

Dudley Summers, Judah Pcirter, 
Roger M*Call, 



Samuel Peters. 
Amos Gillet. 
Charles Williams, Sylvanus Haynes* 



2 1 ft Regt. Shubael Hutchins, Lt Col. Commandant. 
Roiwell Par'riih, lft Maj. Lorin Robbins, 2dMaj. 

>eiuons Lefter, Adjutant. Ifratl Day, Chaplain, 
Ebenezer Waldo, Quarter Mafter. Daniel Keys, Pa/ 
Mafic r Rufus Johnfon, Surgeon, 
genu's Mate. 

Mat r off Company. 
Daniel Searls, ift Lieutenant. 
Captains. Lieutenants. 

Grenadiers. 
Peter Morfe, Mofes Bntterfie!d,John Crain. 

Light Infantry. 
Nathan johnfon, Jabez Saftbrd, Benjamin Herrldc 

Thomas \\ heeler, John Gordon, 

Jeremiah Brown, A fa be 1 Cbrk. 

John Campbel), John Wylie, 

Daniel Wheeler, John Dun lap, 

ACi Butts, Wm. D. Forcer, 

Peter «criinghani,Ruiiel Vaughan, James Henry. 

Gilmore Robbins, Amos Nekton, Atel Kinne. 

Samuel ! prague, Iftn'c bay, David Dfcrfe] 

Jfiimeon Butts, Mofes Clark. 

K 2 



John Gordoa, Sur 



Knfigns. 



William Hall. 

EliHia Tucker* 
Gideon Burge:f- r 
Jofeph BuUcS 



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Fifth* Regiment of Cavalry. 

Ephraim B. Fay, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Ohefier Child, Major. 

John W. Chandler, Adjutant. Andrew Judfon, Chap- 
Iain. Samuel Dorrance, Quarter Mafler. Charles 
Smith, Pay Matter. Thaddeus Clark, Surgeon. Jofiah 

Fuller, Surgeon's Mate. 



lit. Company. 
David Keyes, captain. 
Jedidiah Watfcins, i ft lieut. 
Aaron TufFts, 2d lieut. 
Stephen F. Palmer,. cornet. 

2d Company. 
John FiHi, captain. 
Samuel Gallup, ift lieut. 
Elliot Gordon, id lieut. 
$imon Shepherd, cornet. 



3d Company. 
Ifaiah Loomis, captain, 
sofeph Metcalf, lit lieut. 
2d lieut. 
Simon Heufe, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Squire Sehlons; captain. - 
John W. Chandler, ift lieut* 
Chefter Cady, 2d lieut. 
John Auftin, cornet. 



Fourth Divifion. 

Contifting of the 6th and 8th Brigades. 

Uriah Tracy, efq. Major General. 

Frederick VVolcott, efq« ? a- i i n ^ 
£ ,, r J M > Aids de Cum?* 
juries oould, efq. 3 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Au;rv;'tliie Taylor, Brigadier General. 
jLliiha iterljnto Brigade Major and InfpeJtor. 



X4th Klcf: 



Elijah Stanton, Lt. Col- Commandant, 
j^remiah VV./jWielyils tft. Maj. Vacant ad Ma j. 

?,; vrin Strong, A ('♦jilt ant. Jofeph W. Crofsman, 
■Chaplaiiv Jam*.? Benton, .Quurt-?r-Mafter. Michael 
r . M ills, ? ay M i lie r . D j i;j a m in \V 1 1 c h , Surge en , A I 
bijram^tj Surgeon's Mats. 



i»5 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enfignf, 

Miles Lewis, Salmon Hunt, Edmond DunningJ 

Philo Nichols, Jehiel Eve reft, Jeffe ^mith, 
Silas Franklin, John Wood, jol?ph Fellows, jr. 

Jeremiah Biiihnel, David Lyman, BartiabasMechum. 
Jere. Horsfbrd, jr. Samuel fiorsfbrd, Hilly Beckley. 
Samuel Biilell, Stephen Reed, Aflibel Landon. 
Stephen Holt, Rofw'i Humphrey, Silas Knap 
Joel Cowles, James Root, Elifha Yale, jun. 

Henry Vandozen, Henry Gains, Ifaac Green. 

Nath'i Stevens, jr. Benjamin BigeloWjSam'lPettiboneJr. 
John Bradley, Seta Wilcox, Aaron Cafe. 

17th Regt. Ephraim Kirby, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Ifaiah Tattle, lit Maj. Nath'l Goodwin 2d Maj. 

Samuel Shethar, Adjutant, judah Champion, Chap* 
lain. Stephen. Sanford,, ad. Quaitcr Mailer. Horace 
Bal'dwin, Pay-Mafter. Abel Catlin, 2d* Surgeon. Jared 
Munfen, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

James Stone, Samuel Shethar, Tho's Towbridge. 

Eliada Ojfborn, Philan'r Weftoven,Uri Stone. 
Salmon Buel, Horace Baldwin, Micah Goodwin. 

Frederick Phelps, Cyprian Webfter, Ezra Hini'dale, jr. 
Rofwel Wilfo'n, . Jofeph Phelphi, Benjamin Phelphs. 
Elias Henfdale, Ebenezer Benton, Miuian Grifwold. 
Daniel Scovell, Levi Frifbie, jofeph Scovill, jun. 

Seth Coe, William Battle, j r. Afa Loomis- 

S- W. Spencer, Fhilo Gibbs, Gurdon Grannifs. 

]ames Marfb, 2d. Nathaniel Marfh, Stcpii. Saniord, 2d. 

25th Regt. Mofes Kellogg, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
Samuel Blakeflee, iil Maj. EarlfeS Thorp, 2d Maj. 

Vacant, Adjutant. Chauncey Lee, Chaplain. Roger 
Mills, Quarter- Matter. Montgomery Am'un, PayMaf- 
ter. Thomas Jkinfmade, burgeon, J&ac Benedict, 
Surgeon's Mate, 



1 ID 

Caftitfts. Lieutenants. Enjign/m 

.Zenas Wilion, Eliiha Mallory, Billy Cafe. 

Joel Raxl'ord, Alexander Chub, S. llicfaardfon, jr. 

Eli A'ilder, fedtuhan Crofsfcy, Julius Allen. 

Abner Munger, Zimri Barber, Calvin Cone. 

Moles Wright, Preferred CrefTy, Enos North. 

Jchiel Mechuin, Daniel Buihnel, Daniel bill. 

Salmon Brunfon, Lloyd Andrews, Leonard Hurlbut* 
SylvefterSeyir.our, Martin Drig^s, Michael Kel log, g. 

Jofeph Cowles, Afa Cosvles, Thomas Watfon. 

James Porter, Reuben Rockwell, jeremiah Covit. 

g5th Regt. Benjamin Gold, Lieut. Col- Commandant. 
Samuel Canfieid, lit Vaj. Birdfiey Noiton, 2dMaj. 

George Kmg, jun. Adjutant. Hercules Wefton, Chap- 
lain. Mofcs Lyman, juu £>uarter-Mafter. John Ca!- 
boon, Pay-Mafter. Samuel ft. Gager, Surgeon. Eliiha 
North, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains Lieutenants, K^ftgns* 

Jodfon Canfieid, Daniel St. John, 
Noah Rogers, Hezekiah Gold, John Reed. 
Wait Williams, Jofliua Love!, John Beland. 
John Dickerfon, Abijah Coe, Dudley Humphrey* 

Calvin Peck, David GeM, jun. Philip Dkkerfon.. 

Eiiphalet Everett, John Wilfon, Jofhua Studley. 

Benjamin Bell, Nehemiah Clark, Utiles Peck. 
Timothy Collins, Seth Washams, Eraftus Lyman. 
Adonij. Grifwold, Calvin Gay, George King, jr*. 

Mofes Lyman, jr. David Wadbam*. 
John Miles, Samuel Pratt, 

Sixth Regiment of Cavalry. 
David Thoinpfoa, Lieut Col Commandanfc. 
RuiVel Hunt, 3d Mtjor. 
Eliflia E. Sill, Adjutant. Afahel Hooker, Chaplain. 
John Grifwold, Quarter- M 'ftcr Jefle Carrbgtcn, Sur- 
geon. Jienj^min Clark, Surgeon's Mate, 



i ft Company. 
Abram Burt, captain. 
David Patterfon, ift lieut 
Silas Patterfon, 2d lieut. 
Samuel Hyde, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Elijah Gay lord, captain. 
Wm.C. Abernothy,tft Heut. 
Samuel (Sarter, 2d lieut. 
Eli Candy, cornet. 



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3d Company. 
TaddeusGrifwold, captain* 
Joieph Allen, ift lieut* 
Etifha E. Sill, 2d Heut. 
Sfimuel Foot, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Benjamin Wells, captain. 
John Merrill, ill Kent. 
Grenal Spencer, 2d liettt. 
Samuel Phillips, cornet. 



EIGHTH BRIGADE. 

David Baldwin, Brigadier General. 
William Mofeley, Brigade Major and Infpeclor. 



13th Regt. Ephraim Hinman, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
G. Ii. Cunningham, ift Muj. Ab'm Brownfon, 2d Maj. 
Daniel Hinman, Adjutant. Noah Benedict, Chaplain: 
Nobhs Wheeler, Quarter Mailer. Garry Bacon, Pay 
Mafter. Anthony Burritt, burgeon. John Urton, Sur* 
geon's Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enftgns, 

ift Light Infantry. 
N. A. Stoddard, Nathan Martin, Daniel Bacon. 

2d Light Infantry, 
David Hammond, E. Leavenworth, 'Abraham Thomas. 

Villiam Mofeley, JeiFe Miner, Afa Judfon. 

Mofes Wheeler, Truman Hinman, John Mofeley. 
Nathan Hawley, Timothy Lindfley, David Bird. 
Deliv'nc* Panter, Enos Warner, David Wellar. 
Benjamin Pearce, Silas Ben net, D. P. Edmund. 

Timothy Strong, Samuel Bl ofs, N. H. Browufon. 

16th Rest. Juftus Barnum, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Ruflcl White, ift Major, Aia Northrop, 2d Major. 



n8 

Wmi A. Babcock, Adjutant. Daniel Burhafls, Chafr- 
Jain Ezra Wildman, Quarter Mailer. Samuel C. 
Blackman, Pay Matter. Jofeph Trowbridge, Surgeoa. 
Benjamin Curtifs, jr. Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enfigns, 

Light Infantry. 

Zalmon Peck, Nath'l Nichols, Ifaac Wheeler* 

John M'Lean,jr» Lemuel Merchant, James Clark, jr. 
Sherman Botsford, James Nichols, Eleazer Peck. 

Vacant, Eph'm M. White, Zar Joice. 

Abijah B. Curtifs, Richard Botsford, Curtifs Glover. 
55erajahB.Barnum.Eli Gregory, Ifaac Bates. 

Runa Rockwell, Caleb Abbott, Vacant. 

Ethel Bebee, Edmund Bebee, Afa Hayt; 

Benj. R. Warner, David P. Camp, Michael Dunning. 
Lamfon Burcb, Time. Sheppard, Nathan King. 



26th Reot. Wm. Leavenworth, Lt. Col. Commandant- 
Street Richards, rft Major. Caleb Hicok, 2d Major. 
Garret Smith, Adjutant. Noah M. Brownfon, Quar- 
ter Matter. Jofiuh Smith, Pay Matter. Uriel Gridley, 
Chaplain. Samuel Elton, Surgeon. 

Captains* Lieutenants. Enjlgns* 
Light Infantry. 

Lemuel Harrifon, J. Leavenworth, Seymour Weltoa. 

Amazi Tallmadge, Allen- Wells, Vacant. 

Jared Prichard, Elijah Nett^eton, EH Hine. 

Richard Fenn, D< R Merrium, Afahel Merruinu 

Micah Blaketey, Samuel Pardee, Eleazer Scofkld. 

Eleazer Judd, Garret ^mith, Landon Loveland* 

Preferved Carter, Ifaac Upfon, Jefie Alcocks. 
John Lewis, Samuel I Hicoks. 

JoJeph Iwitchel, Hervcy Upfon, John Norton. 

Tofeph Brownfon, Abram Hicoks, Rich'd 'Veltonjjr* 

JtGali Tyler, Jib'r Ricbardfon, David Tyler. 



1X 9 

29th Regimknt. Ozias Buel, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Reuben Warner, jr. id MLsj. Win. Coggfwcll, 2d M;j. 

Benjamin Mead, Adjutant. Ebenezer Porter, Chap- 
lain. Abel Hine, Quarter Matter. Philo Ruggles, P*y 
Mailer. Chauncey Low ry, Surgeon. Ebenezer Smith; 
Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Richard J. Elliot, Joel Stone, Ira Caniield. 

Beebe Hine, Ethel Carter, Elias Smith. 

Abijah Berry, Daniel Colhoun, William Ford. 
Timothy Mitchel, Amos Smith, Abijah C. Peet. 

Abrara Hayes, Steph. Coggfwell, Jofeph Mitchel. 
Peter Pratt, Daniel Lyndes, Rathbun Philips. 

Evert Moody, E. Chamberlain, Lewis P«et 

Daniel H. Ferris, M'Mahan, Ichtbod Noble. 

Iiaac Sturdevant, Tallm. Fairchild, Elcazer Hall. 
Caleb Beaeh, Nathan Betts, Philo Porter. 

Bennitt Picket. Wra. S. Porter, Ja's A. Giddings. 



Eighth Regiment sf Cavalry. 

William Taylor, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Edmund Lockwood, Major. 

George D. Kaflbn, Adjutant. Azel Backus, Chaplain. 

Hermanus Marfhali, Quarter Mafter. — ■ ■ .. . „ 

Pay Mafter. Titus Hull, Surgeon. Laurens Hull, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

1 ft Company. 
Nathan Rumfey, captain. 
J. P. Leavenworth", ift It. 
David Ambler, jr. 2d lieivt. 
Alexander Gordon, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Seth Comftock, captain. 
John Briftol, ift lieut. 
Noah Rockwell, 2d lieut. 
Caleb Starr, cornet. 



3d Company. 
Anthony Garnfey, C3ptaini 
Eli Barnes, ift Jieut. 
Amos Benham, 2d lieut. 
Levi Heaton, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Solomon Titus, captain. 
Tho's Sanford, ill lieut. 
Enos Mitchel, 2d lieut. 
Solomon Btftwick, cornet. 



120 

PROMOTIONS 

Of General and Field Officers fince the returns ivere rind 
to the Adjutant General* 

Jofeph Walker, Major General 2d Divifion. 
Jofhua King, Brigadier General of the 4th Brigade* . 
Mofes Tyler* $4«ut.' Colonel of the'Stli Regiment* 
David Avery, Mcjor of do. 

Seth Overton. Lieut- Golouel of the 23d-. 
Reuben Warner, jr. Lieut; Colonel of the 29th. 
Richard J. Elliot, Major of do. 

Nathan Sanford, Lieut, Colonel of the 34th. 
Job Smith, Major of do. 

Klifha Sterling, Major of the 14th. 
Simeon C Hubb.ud, Major of the 20th. ' 

State of Vermont. 

His Excellency Isaac TiChencr, Efq. Governor. 

His Honor Paul Brigham, Efq. Lieutenant-Governor. 

COUNCILLORS. 

HONORABLE 



William Chamberlain, 
Solomon Miller, 
Jonas Galufha, 
Stephen Williams, 
Sliakim Spooner, 
John White. 



John Strong, 

Eiima Aliis, 
J ames SafTord, 

James Witherell, 

Noah Chittenden, 

Phineas Loomis, | 
Abel Spencer, Efq. Speaker, 
James Elliot, Efq. Clerk. 
Thomas Tollman, Efq. Engroflhig Clerk. 
Rev. Daniel C. Sanders, Chaplain. 

Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon. Jonathan Robinfon, Chief Judge. 
Royal Tyler, ? su j d ' 
Stephen jacoos. 3 • ! "" 



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State of Rhode-Idand. 

Hr. Excellency Arthur Fennrr, Efq Governor. 

Honorable Samuel j. Potter, Efq. Lieutenant-Governor. 

SENATORS. 



John Tnnes Clark, 

Waterman Tibbits, 

Benjamin Howland, 
. Stephen Congdon, 

Thomas H ox fie, 
Samuel Eddy, Efq Secretary, 
James Buriill, jun. Efq. Attorney-General 
Henry Sherburne, Efq. General Treafurer. 



Paul Mum ford, 
Job Watfojj, 
Nehemiah Knight, 
Timothy Wilmartb, 
Wm. Waterman, Efqrs- 



Jvfiices of the Supreme Judicial Court. 

Hon Peleg Arnold, efq. chief. 

John Allen, efq. 2d. j Jofeph Reynolds, efq. 4tK 

Walter Cook, efq. 3d. | Henry Remington, efq. 5t.l1. 

Government of the UnUtd Stales. 
THOM AS^jEFFERSON, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Salary 25,000 Dollars per anpum : 
Which is neither to be encreafed nor drtninf/bed during the 
' period for which he'jbiiilbave been c letted. 

Mr. Lewis, Secretary to the Prefident* 

AARON BURR, . 

Vice-Prefident, and President of the Senate. 

Salary, 5,000 dollars per annum. 

'Department of STATE. 
Janios Madifon, 'of Virginia, Secretary. 
Jacob Wagner, chief Clerk. • 



122 

Department of the TREASURY. 
Albert £>ailatm, Petmfylvania, Secretary. 
Gabriel Duval, Maryland, Comptroller. 
Richard Harrifon, Virginia, Auditor. 
William Miller, Conimiflioner of the Revenue. 
Thomas Tudor Tucker, South-Carolina, Trcafure 
jofeph Nourfe, Virginia, Regifter. 

WAR Department. 

Henry Dearborn, Maflachufetts, Secretary. 

William Simmonds, Accountant. 

Ilrael Whelen, Pennfylvania, Purveyor of Public Suj 
plies. 

William Irvine, Pennfylvauia, Superintendant of M 
Jitary Stores. ■ _ 

James Wilkinfon, Brigadier General of the Troops. 

Rufus Putnam, Surveyor General. 
NA VY Department. 

Robert Smith, Maryland, Secretary. 

Thomas Turner, Accountant. 

POST-Q FFICE Eftablijhment. 
Gideon Granger, Poft Mailer General. 
Abraham Bradley, Aiftftant Poft Matter General.. 



JUDICIARY. 



SUPREME COURT. 
John Marfhall, of Virginia, Chief Juftice. 
William Cuming, of Maflachufetts, 1 

ti \ 






U 



William Patterfon, of New-Jerfey, 

Samuel Chafe, of Maryland, V Aflbciate J lift ices 1 

Bufhrod Washington, of Virginia, j 

Alfred Moore, of North-Caiolina, J 

Levi Lincoln, of Maflachufetts, Attorney General* 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Wafhington City, Clerk. 



D'ii\ via Officers. 

r David Sewall, fudge, 
Diflrift of N Silas Lee r Attorney, 
Maine, ^Ifaac Parker, Marftutf, 

(.Henry Sewall, Clerk. 

r John Pickering, fudge, 
Diftriti of ) John 3. Sherburne, Attorney, 
VUampflire* } Michael M ; Chry, Marihal, 

C Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 

("John Davis, Judge* 
\ George Blake, Attorney, 

> Samuel Bradford, Marfiul, 
.Nathan Goodale, Clerk. „ 
"David L. Barnes, Judge. 
\ David Howell, Attorney, 
^ William Peck, Martha';, 
.Edmund T. Eltery, Clerk. 
[ Richard Law, judge, 

> Pierpont Edwards, Attorney* 
) jofeph Wilcox, Marfhal, 

£ Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 
/'Elijah Paine, Judge, 
Dzfiriflt of X David Fay, Attorney, 
Vermont. p John $ illard, Marflial, 
(^Cephas Smith, Clerk. 
r john Slofs Hobart, Judge. 
fZiftfjtf of S Edward Livingfton, Attorney, 
New-Fork, j John Swartwout, Marfhal, 
(^Daniel Dunfcomb, Clerk. 
f "Robert Morris, Judge, 
) George Maxwell, Attorney, 
) Oliver Barnet, Marfhal, 
^Robert Boggs, Clerk. 
DiftriCt if P entity Ivanii* 
Lichard Peters, Judge, 

klexander J. Dallas, Attorney for the Eaftern Dtftrift, 
oha Smith, Maribal. 



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James Hamilton, Attorney for the Weft cm Diftrift, 
prefiey parr Lane, IViar&al, 

Difiria of Delaware. 
Gunning Bedford, judge, 
George Read, jun. Attorney, 
joe! Lewis, Marfhal, * 
Conway , Clerk. 

Diftuti of Maryland. 
James Wincheiler, judge, 
Zebulon Hollingfworth, Attorney, 
lieuben Etting, Marfhal. 

Difiria of Columbia. 
William Kilty, Chief Judge, 
William Cranch and James Marfhal], Judges, 
John Thompfon Mafon, Attorney, 
Daniel Carroll Brent, Marfhal. 
John Hewett, Kegiiter of Wills for Wafliington county, 

and Cleon Moore, for that of Alexandria. 
William H Dor fey, judge of the Orphans Court for 

Wafliington, and 
George Gilpin, for that of Alexandria. 

Difiria of Virginia. 
Cyrus Griffin, Judge, 

John Monroe, Attorney for the Weftern Diflri^, 
Andrew Moore, Marfhal. 

Thomas Nelfon, Attorney for the Eaflern Diftric"r, 
jofep-i Scott, Marihal. 

Potomak Difiria. 
Walter Jones, Attorney, and William Baker, M^tfhaU 

Difiria of Kentucky. 
Harry Innes, judge, 
jofeph H Daveifs, Attorney, 
Jofrph Crockett, Marfhal, 
Thomas Jnnftall* Clerk. 

Difiria of North Carotin*, 
Henry Potter,, judge- 
lienjijn'in Woods, Attorney, 



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John S. Weft, Marihal, 
Abner Neale, Clerk. 

Dijlritf of South -Car olhi-i- 
Domin'ck A. Hall, Jud^e, 
Thomas Parker, Attorney, 
Charles B. Cochran, Marihai, 
Thomas Hall, Clerk. 

Diftritt of Georgia, 
William Stephens, Judge, 
David B. Mitchell, Attorney, 
Benjamin Wall, Marfhal, 
Charles Harris, Clerk. 

Difirkl of Taints, 
John M'Nairy, Judge, 
Thomas Stewart, .Attorney. 
Hubert Kays, Marfhal. 



Com 

States. 

Neiu- HiW/pfiz're, 
MajfachnfettSy 
Rhode Iftmd, 
Comie£i!C7it % 
Neiu York, 
New Jerfey, 
Vctnifjlvnntiiy 
T^clx-ware, 
Maryland) 
Virginia, 
North Carolina, 
South- Carolina, 
Georgia. 



rniffioners of Loans, 

Officers. 
William Gardner, 
Thomas Perkins, 
Jabez Bowen, 
William Imlay, 
James Nicholfon, 
James Ewing, 
Stephen Moyian, 
John Stockton, 
Be n j am in Ho w a rcl , 
John Hopkins, 
JSherv/ooci Haywood, 
John NeufVille, 
James Alger, 



Salaries* 
650 dollar.- 
1500 
600 

1000 
1500 

700 

1500 

1000 
1500 
I ©00 
1 000 

700 



MINISTERS 

Of the United States reftderd in foreign countries 
Ttufus King, Minifler Plenipotentiary at London. 
Kobert K, Liyin^fton, do, Paris, 

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12D 



Thomas Sumpter, jun. Secrstary of Legation. 
Charles Pinckney, Miniiler Plenipotentiary, Madrid* 
John Graham, Secretary of Legation. 



CONSULS AND. COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

Confab in the Kingdom of Great Britain and its 
dependencies, 
George W. Erving, Conful at London, and agent for 

managing claim* for fpoliations. 
Elias Vanderhorit, conful at Briftol. 
Robert \V. Fox, at Falmouth. 
James Maury, at Liverpool, 
jofeph Wilfon, at Dublin. 
Thomas Auldji, vice conful at Poole. 
George Knox, conrul at Kingfton upon Hull* 
John C Murray, at Glafgow. 
James Holmes, at B^lfaft. 
John Church, at Cork. 
Harry Grant, at Leith. 
Jacob Lewis, at Calcutta, India. 
Benjamin H. Philips, at Curracoa. 
John Gavino, at Gibralter. 

William P. Gardner, at Dem«rara and Effequibo. 
John Elmflie, jun. at Cape of Good Hope, 
jofeph Pulis, at Malta.^ David Eafton, at Martinico. 

Qommereial Agents to the French Republic and her I 
Dominions. 
Fulwar Skip with, at Paris, 
ifaac Cox Barnstt, at Antwerp. 
Peter Dobell, at Havre dc Grace.- 
William Lee, at Bordeaux. 
Edward Jones, Ifland of Gaudaloupe. 
Mr- De la IS^'otte, vice commercial agent, at Havre de^ 

Grace. 
Thomas Aborn, commercial agent, at Cayenne. 
James Anderfon,at Cette. 
VYiiliana Buchanan, at Ifles of Fraoee and Bourbon, 



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Etienne CathaUn, commercial agent, at MarfeilleS. 
John Appleton, at Calais. 
Thomas T. Gantt, at Nantz. 
Francis L. Taney, at Oftencl. 

CghJ'uIs to the Kingdom of Spain , and its Dominions* 

. Mofes Young, conful at Madrid. 
Jofeph Yzuardi, jun. at Cadiz. 
Ilobert Montgomery, at Alicant. 
William Kirkpatrick, at ?*lalaga. 
Lewis Me ngher O'Brien, conful at St. Andero. 
Henry Molier, at Cbrunna. 
Auguftin Madan, conful at La Guira. 
Daniel Clark, at New-Orleans. 
William E- Huling, vice conful at New-Orleans. 
Vacant, conful at Havanna. 
jofiah Blakely, St. J ago, in Cuba. 

William Willis, Barcelona. 

George Wafhington M'Elroy, TenerifTe. 

To the Kingdom of Portugal and its Dominium* 
William Jarvis, conful at Lifbon. 
John Street, Fayal. 

To the Batavian Republic* 
Sylvanus Bourne, conful general, Amfterdam. 
1 Thomas Hewes, conful, Batavia. 
Jofeph Forman, conful, Rotterdam. 

To the Kingdom of Denmark and its Dominion/* 
Hans Rodolph Saabye, conful at Copenhagen. 
Henry Cooper, Santa Cruz. 

To RuJ/ia. 
Frederick W. Lutze, conful at Stettin. 

To Germany 
John M. Forbes, conful at Hamburg, 
Frederick ), Wichellaufen, Bremen. 
Philip Marck, Franconia. 
William Iliggin, Triefte. 



To the Kingdom of Sweden-, 
Robert C. Gardner, conful, Gottenberg* 

To the Italia* States* 
Thomas Appleton, conful at Leghorq. 
John Mathiew, Naples. 
John Baptifte Sartori, Rome. 
Frederick H. Wailotlon, conful, Genoa* 
Jofeph Barnes, Iflancl^of Sicily. 

To the Barbary Powers, 
James Cathcart, conful, Algiers. 
William Eaton, Tunis. 

, James Simpfon, Morocco. 

MINISTERS, 

Confab and Commijfaries of Foreign Pavers rejldent in tl\ 
* United States* 

From the Kingdom of Great Britain* 

Edward Thornton, Charges des-Affaires. 

Thomas Barclay, eonfui general for the eaftern ftates. 

Phineas Bond, conful general for the middle and fouthern 

ftates. 
Thomas M'Donoegh, conful for New-Hampfhire, Maf- 

fachufetts, Rhode Ifland, and Connecticut. 
John Breefe, vice- conful, Rhode-lfland. 
Gabriel Wood, Baltimore. 
Benjamin Moodie, conful for North and South-Carolina 

and Georgia. 
John Wallace, vice- conful for Georgia. 

From the French Republic, 
Louis Andre Pichon, Charge des Affaires, and commifTa- 

ry general of commercial relations. 
Citizen Ofter, vice-commiffary, of commercial relations 

for Virginia. 
Charles Francois Liov, commifTary of commercial re* 

Jations for Pennfylyania and Delaware. 



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129 

Louis Arcambal, (temporary) vice-commifTary of con- 

mercial relations for Maryland. 
Marc Antoine Alexis Garaud, commifTary of commer- 
cial relations, for New-Bampfliire, Malfuchufjtts, 
Rhode-Ifland, and Connecticut. 

From the Kingdom of Spain. 
i Chevalier de Yrujo, Minifter Plenipotentiary. 
Thomas Stoughton, (temporary) conful general. 
Antonio Argote Villalobus, conful for Virginia and 

Kentucky. 
JeanBaptift Barnabeu, conful tor Maryland. 
Diego Morphy, conful for North and South-Carolina. 
Felipi Fatio, conful for Pennfylvania. 
Don Manuel Renge!, conful for Georgia. 
Ivan Stoughton, conful for New Hampfhire, Maflachu- 

fetts, Connecticut, Rhode-Ifland and Vermont. 
Jofef Wiieman, vice-conful at Newport. 

From the Kingdom of Portugal, 
John Abram, vice-conful at New- York. 
James F. Vei cnock, vice-conful for South-Carolina. 
Richard Codman, vice-conful, Maffachufetts. 

From the Batavian Republic. 
Adrian Valck, conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
Jan Rofmen Graves, conful for South- Carolina an«! 

Georgia. 
J. H. C. Heineken, commercial agent, Pennfylvania. 

From Prujfia. 
Johann Ernft Chriftian Scultz, conful, Baltimore. 

From Denmark. 
Peter Blecker Olfen, efq. miuifter refident and conful 

general. 
Jacob Eberhard Auguft Steinmeitz, vice- conful for South* 

Carolina. 
William Scarferough,* do. £br Georgia. 
. Erich Bollman, do. Pennfylvania. 

John Boutz, do. North-Carolina. 

John Spendier, do. New York and Connecticut. 

Jofepij NVigtbrop, do, &ou eft- Carolina. 



"Peter Collin, do. Maryland. 

lonathan Swiff, do. Diitrk°t ot Columbia. F ? 

ifrac 

From Sweden. ^ 

Richard Soderllrcm, con fa I general. 
Jofeph Winthrop, vice-conful, Charleston, S. Carolina. 
Jonathan Swift, Columbia, and the ports on the Potomac* 
Charles F. Deyen, vice conful for New-Hampihire, 

MafTachufetts and llhode-Ifland. 
Henry Gahn, vice-conful for New-York and Connecticut* 
John Cowper, vice-conful for Norfolk and all other 

ports, in Virginia, except thofe on the Potomac, 
John Baritz, vice-conful for North-Carolina. 
Peter Collin, vice-conful for Maryland. 



1 



jSlrffippi Territory; 

William C. C. Claiborne, Governor. 
John Steele, Secretary. 
Seta Lewis, Chief Juftice. 
Peter Br^an Bruin, 2d judge. 
Daniel Til ton, 3d do. 

In It Ana Territory, 
William H. Harrifon, Governor. 
John Gibfon, Secretary. 
William Clark, Chief Juft.ice. 
Henry Vanderburgh, 2d Judge. 
Joha Griffin, 3d do. 

Receivers of Public IS/loney for Lands* 
James Findiey, at Cincinnati. 
Elijah Backus, at Marietta. 
Zaccheus Biggs, at Steub-nvilte, 
Samuel Find!ey, at Chilicothe. 



Refjfters of the Lawi OJJicc cf the United $t it <:s« 
David Hoge, Reciter, SteubenyiDe. 



»3* 

Jofeph Wood, do. Marietta. 
Ifrael Ludlow, do Cincinnati. 
Thomas Worthingt on, do. Chilicothe. 



• - 



Officers of the Revenue Department. 

For the diftrict of Massachusetts. 

Benjamin Lincoln, Collector for the ports of Ballon and 

Charleftown. 
Benjamin Weld, Deputy Collector. 
James Lovell, Naval Officer. 
Thomas Melvill, Surveyor. 
Salem, William R. Lee. collector, 

William Pickman, naval ofEcer, 

Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
Beverly, Jofiah Bncheldor, fnryeyor. 

JVLarb/ebead, Jofeph Wilfon, collector. 

Newbury port, Stephen Crofs, collector, 

Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer, 

Michael H«n!ge, furveyor. 
Gloucefter, William Tuck, colleger. 

Samuel Whittemore, furveyor. 
Jpfvach, Afa Andrews, collector, 

Jeremiah Staniford, furveyor. 
Plymouth, William Watfon,. collector, 

Levi Blount, furveyor. 
Barnftable, Jofeph Otis, collector. 

Nantucket, ~ Stephen Hufiey, collector. 
Edgart vwn, John Peafe, collector. 

New- Bedford, Edward Pope, col\:clor. 

Dighton, Hodijah Baylis, collector. 

Rehoboth) Lemuel Waytt, colleclor. 

Tork, Jofeph Tucker, collector. 

Biddeford^ and ? _ . , __.,. „ _ 

Peterborough, £ Jeremiah HilJ, collector. 

Portland, Nathaniel Fadre Fofdick, collector, 



fatb, 

Wtfctfet, 

Penobfet, " 
Frenchman's Bay, 
Macbias, 

PaJJammagnodJj, 

Kennehuuk, 



James Lunt, furveyor. 
William Webb, colieelor. 
Francis Cook, collector. 
Whtcrntan Thomas, collector. 
Benjamin Javvis, collector. 
Melatiah Jordooj collector. 
Stephen Smith, collector. 
Lewis F. Detefdernier, collector, 
Tho's B. Wait, furveyor & infpeetor? 
Thomas Vofe, furveyor* 
Jonas Clark, collector. 



Diftrict of New Hampshire. 
Port/mouth, Jofeph - hippie, collector, 

Nathaniel Folfom, naval officer, 
Geo Wentworth, furveyor & inipeCtor. 



Burlington, 

Diftria of 

Newport, 



Providence, 



Paiuxet) 
North Kinvftcn, 
E&ft Gt cemvick, 
Warren and "? 
Harrington, 5 
Br/fhli 
Paucatuck, 



District of Vermont. 
David Ruilll, collector. 



Rhode- Island and Provjdfkck. 
William Ellery, collector, 
Walter Nichols, naval officer, 
Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
Jeremiah Olney, collector, 
William Barton, furveyor* 
Ebenezer Thompfon, naval officer. 
Jofeph Aboin, furveyor. 
D. Eldredge Updike, furveyor. 
Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 

Nathaniel Phillips, furveyor. 

Samuel Bofworth, furveyor. 
George Stillman, furveyor. 



Diftrict of Connfcttcut. 
Neiv-Lonioti, JjdiHiah Huntington, collector. 

Nathaniel Richards, furveyor. 



Stoningtotiy 
Mi idle town, 



New-Haven^ 

Fairfield^ 
Say b rooky 
Hartford, 



*33 

Jonathan Tiott, ) 
Sbenesef Goddaf d, f fafaaaii 
Sam'l Whittemore, f ini Pw9** 
Henry jepfon, ) 

Nathaniel Saltonftall, jun. weigh 

meafurer, and guager. 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 
Alexander Wolcott, collector, 
Lamberton Cooler, furveyor. 
Robert Warner, ~) 

lfaac Williams, >infpeelon.. 

Az'hWhittlefcy.jr. J> 
Samuel Bifhop, collector, 
William Munfon, furveyor. 
Samuel Smedley, collector. 
Richard Dickifon, ftu-voyor. 
Solomon Porter, furveyor. 



Marfhal of Conuefticut, 

Jofeph Wilcox, of Killingworth. 

DEPUTIES. 

Ambrofe Cook, Wallingford. 
George Wolcott, Windibr. 
Benjamin Tracy, Norwich. 
Frederick Phelps, Harringtoa, 



Commiffioners of Bankruptcy 

For the Diftrift of Cwieftieut. 



Jonathan EuU, 
John Dodd, 
Henry W. Edwards, 
Nicoll Fofdick, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Hezekiah Huntington, 



Jofeph Hart, 
Elihu Munfon, 
John Nichols, 
Jehofhaphat Starr, 
Jacob De Witt v 



U 



90 


~~~— 


10 


i 5 o 





**« 


300 


__ 


17 


500 


■" 


20 
2$ 



134 

Poft-Office Eftablifliment. 

RATES OF POSTAGE 

tor Letters conveyed by land, fingle, double and tripfe i 

Any diftance not exceeding 4^ miles S cents, 
over 40 

— 15° 

— 500 - - - 

Double letters are double, and triple letter.? triple oj 
thefe rates. A packet of the weight of one ounce, at 
the rate of four fingle letters, and in like proportion fox 
one of a greater weight. 

N 3 allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters p ailing by fen, in packet boats, the pro- 
perty of the United States, 8 cents each; double letters 
16 cents ; and triple letters 24 cents. All letters or 
packets by private ve'ffels, 2 cents each, with the addi- 
tion of poftage, if deftined to any other-place than wherej 
the vefTel may arrive. 

No veffel can be permitted to report, make entry, or 
break bulk, until the matter has delivered to the Pbft- 
Mait ?r all the letters brought in his vefTel, except thofe 
tor the owner or configaee. 



POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. 

Each paper not carried over to® miles, one cent, and 
•ver 100 miles, one and an half cents. But if carried 
to any Poft-OfHce in the ftate in which it is printed, 
whatever be the difcance, the poftage is only one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the fheet. 

Any diftance not exceeding 50 miles one cent. Ovts 
50 and not exceeding is© miles, one and an half cents* 
A»y greater diftance, two cents. 





Vfo 


Lift o/Poft-MafterSy in the 


cities and Jirirjcip.il tn-ixti 




the Vmtcd States. 


^ M.iine, Monmouth, 


John Chandler, 


Portland, 




9 Samuel Freeman, 


Bath, 




D. Sewall, 


, Plymouth, 




William Goodwin, 


Erunfwick, 




Andrew Deming, 


Wells, 




Jofeph Storer, 


Nc"U" Wamppire 


, Walpole, 


Gurdon Huntington, 


Portfmouth, 




Murk Simes, 


| Charlcftovvn, 




F. A. Sumner, 


t Kc«ne, 




Daniel Adams, 


r MajfachufettSy 3 


ofton, 


Jonathan H»fling% 


Caitine, 




George Tyler, 


Worcefler, 




Wilfon, 


. Salem, 




John Dabney, 


s Dedham, 




J. Shuttleworth, 


r Nantucket, 




William Coilin, 


. Northampton, 




Levi Lyman, 


; Wi leaflet, 




Ebcmezer Whither, 


Vi i ! Ham ft own, 




William Starkweather, 


r Greenfield, 




Thomas Dickman, 


Newbedford, 




W. Toby, 


Sto^ckbridge, 


t 


Horatio Jones, 


Springfield, 




J. Byers, 


Rhode- IJland y Newport, 


J. Richardfon, 


Providence, 




Benjamin Weft, 


South-Kir-gitoiij 


i 


William Nichols, 


Briftc\ 




Hezekiah U frier, 


W'efterly, 




Ilowfe Babcock, 


Connecticut, Hai 


tford, 


Ezekiel Williams, jun. 


Now- Haven, 




Jeile At water, 


New- London, 




Richard Douglafs, 2d* 


Norv/alk, 




William Lockwood, 


Gu'illbrd, 




Medad Stone, 


Saybrook, 




Humphrey Pratt, 


Nuswich, 




Gardiner Carpenter, 



136 

Stratford, * V. Wetmore, 

!'! er , h . y ' „ s - J- Andrews, 

rUingron), \ James Carringtou, 

Eaft-Haddam., lames Green, 

Bridgpovt, Charles Boftwick, 
Windham, -- Charles Taintor, 

Stomngton, Samuel Trumbull, 

PUinfietd, Ebenezer Eaten, 

Colcbeiter, Samuel A. Peters, 

Sttificld, tvilHam Gay, 

Middktown* V/eniley Hobby, 

r&ykfrt't} Lemuel Grofvenor, 

4 • y ■'*• 3 , M ar /hneld Parfon s, 

l a • h e r ■ : .fie ! d, Lc v i Bu tl e r , 

K I v : : v rtfi, S a m u e 1 C r a n e, 

P"ai*neJd, Tjfisddeus Burr, 

C ' ■ Jb'tiry, EbrnezerR. Whit*, 

Stamford, A. Davenporf, 

Catah; O. Burrill, 

Litchfield, Mofes Seymour, 

FarmiisgtOB, Samuel Richards, 

Mit-ford, Win. Durand, 

K-^Hart^rd, Michael Gillet, 

tfsyb-York, New-York, Sebaftian Baumap, 

Camatfarqua* Thomas Chapin, 

Albany, George \V. MaociHS, 

Hudfoa, C Gelfton, 

Lanfiiibuigh, J. B. Shelden, 

Geneva, E. II. Gordon, 
Newbu/gh, Caldwell, 

Trqy, J. Woodworth, 

Sag Harbour, H. P. Dering, 

New Jw;J?% Trenton, Peter Gordon, 

Newark, J- Burns, 

Burlington, T. Neil, 

Elizabethtown, T. Chapman, 

Mid. iU-ton- Point, D. Foreman, 
Penxj«lvausa % Philadelphia, Hubert Patton* 



Lancafter, 

Chefter, 

Briitol, 

Pittsburgh, 

Wilkefbarrs, 

Delaware, Wilmington, 

Maryland, Baltimore, 

Annapolis, 

Georgetown, 

Havre de Grade, 

Virginia, Alexandria, 

Norfolk, 

Wiiliamfburgh, 

Richmond, 

New- London, 

Peterfburgh, 

Frederickfburgh, 

South - Carolina, Charle lton 

Georgetown, 

Vermont, Windfor, 

Burlington, 

Bennington, 

Rutland, 

Ohio, Marietta, 



Le^illature of 



*37 

G. Moore, 
Aaron Cobourn, 
Joftph Cltim, 
George Ad-ams, 
Lord Butler, 
Edward Gilpin, 
Alexander Furniv&V 
S, Green, 
Triftram Dalfcoa, 
Samuel Jay, 
James M. M'Rea, 
Edward Archer, 
James Davis, 
John Guerrai.it, 
H. W. Lange, 
John Gramme r, 

Benfon, 
Thomas W. Bacor, 
Abraham Cohen, 
Thomas Leveret t, 
John Fay, 
Micah J. Lyman, 
Nathaniel Grove, 
J. Munro. 

the United States, 



SENATE. 

Aaron Burr, Prefident. 

Samuel A. Otis, Secretary. 



Neii;- ndmpjhire, 
Simeon Olcott, 
William Plummer. 
Ma(FachufettS. 
Dwight Fofter, 
Jonathan Mafon. 



mdf-tflantt. 
Theodore Fofter, 
Chriflcpher El lory* 

0anm0hut< 
James Hillhoufe, 
Uriah Tracy. 

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13 8 



Vermont. 
Nathaniel Chipman, 
Istephen^il. Bradley, 

New York. 
Gouverneur Morris, 
l)c Witt Clinton. 

New-Jerfey. 
Jonathan D-ayton, 
Aaron Ogden. 

Pennfjlvattia* 
James Rofs, 
George Logan. 

Delaware* 
Samuel White, 
William H, Wells. 
Mary land, 
John E.' Howard, 
Robert Wright. 

Dr. 



Virginia, 
Stephen T. Mafen, 
Wiifen C. Nicholas. 

North- Carolina, 
David Stone, 
Jeflfe Franklin. 

South-Carolina, 
Thomas Sumpter, 

Georgia. 
Abraham Baldwin, 
James Jackfon. 

Kentucky, 
John Brown, 
John Breckenridge. 

ITennejfee* 
John Anderfon, 
Daniel Smith. 
Gantt, Chaplain. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

Nathaniel Macon, Speaker. 

John Beckley, Clerk. 

I William Shepherd, 



New- Viampjhire 
. Abie] Fofter, 
Samuel Hunt., 
SamueJ Tenncy, 
Gsdrge B. Upham. 
Mifichnfjtis, 
Tolin Bacon, 
Phamiel Bimop, 
MeuafFuh Cutler, 
Richard Cjfctts, 
"William fcuftis, " 
S^th HaftingSjj 
JCben^g^r Mat toon, 
Nathan ftfc&d, 



Jonah Smith, 
Samuel Thatcher, 
jofeph B. Vara urn, 
Peleg Wadfworth, 
Ltmuel Williams. 

Rboje-lfland. 
Jofeph Stanton, jim. 
Thomas Tillioguaft. 

Connecticut, 
John Davenport, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Roger Grifwold, 



139 



Elias Perkins, 
John C Smith, 
Benjamin Talmadge. 

Vermont* 
Lewis R. Morris, 
Ifrael Smith. 

New-York* 
Theodorus Bailey, 
Lucas Elmendorf, 
Samuel L. Mitchell, 
Thomas Morris, 
Philip Van Cortlandt, 
John P. Van Net's, 
Kilian K. Van llenflellaer, 
John Smith, 
David Thomas, 
Benjamin Walker. 

Newjerfcy: 
John Condit, 
Ebenezer Elmer, 
William Helmes, 
James Mott, * 

Henry Southard. 

Pemsfytvatiim* 
Thomas Boude, 
Robert Brown, 
Andrew Gregg, 
John A. Hanna, 
Jofeph Heifter, 
Jofeph Hemphill, 
William Hoge, 
William Jones, 
John Smilie, 
John Stewart, 
Michael Leib, 
Ifaac Van Home, 
Henry Wood. 



Maryland. 
John Archer, 
Robert Bowie, 
John Campbell, 
John Dennis, 
Daniel Heifter, 
Jofeph H. Nicholfon, 
Thomas Plater, 
Samuel Smith. 

Delaware, 
James A. Bayard, 
Virginia, 
Richard Brent, 
Samuel J. Cabell, 
Thomas Claiborne, 
Matthew Clay, 
John Clopton, 
John Daw Ton, 
William B. Giles, 
Edwin Gray, 
David Holmes, 
George Jackfon, 
Thomas Newton, jun. 
Anthony New, 
John Randolph, jun. 
John Smith, 
John St rat ton, 
John Taliafero, jun. 
Phillip R. Thompfon, 
Abraham Trigg, 
John Trigg. 

North- Carolina* 
Willis Alfton, 
William B. Grove, 
Archibald Henderibn ? 
William Hill, 
Henry Hill, 
James Holland, 



Nathaniel Macon, 
Richard Stanford, 
John Stanley, 
Robert Williams, 
Thomas Wynnes. 

South-Carolina, 
William Butler, 
Benjamin Huger, 
Thomas Loundes, 
Thomas Moo»e, 
John Rutledge, 



140 

Georgia. 
David Merriwether, 

Kentucky* 
Thomas T. Davis, 
John Fowler. 

Tennejfee, 
William Dickfon. . 

Ohio. , 
Paul Fearing. 

MiJ/ifippi Territory. 



Rev. Mr. Barkinfon, Chaplain. 



Governors of the feveral States. 



New- Hamp/hire, 

MaJJachufetts, 

Rhode Ijland, 

Connecticut, 

Vermont, 

New-Yorky 

Kew-Jcrfcy, 

Pennfylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North- Carol'ma, 

South-Carolina^ 

Georgia, 

Kentucky, 

T.ennejfee, 

Ohio % 



John T. Gilman, 
Caleb Strong, 
Arther Fenner, 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
Ifaac Tichenor, 
George Clinton, 
John Lambert, V. P. 
Thorn a 5 M'Kean, 
DwidHall, 
J. Francis Mercer, 
james Monroe, 
John B. Afhe, 
John Drayton, 
John Miiledg^, 
James Garrard, 
Archibald Roane, 



i4i 

Lift of the Courts in the New- Engl and 

States, for each month. 

tfOTE— S.F.C.ftandjfor Supreme Federal Court. C F. 
C. Circuit Federal Court. D. F. C. Diftrid Federal 
Court, S.J.C Supreme Judicial Court. SX. Supreme 
Court. S.CE. Supreme Court of Errors, C.P. Com- 
jnon Pleas. C.C. Count -j Court. 

fff 



do; 

Hartford, 3d. do. 

Litchfield, ift Tuef. 
Mancbefter, 3d Tucf. 

next following 4th iif 

January. 

Dover, 4th Tuef. 

C-P. S Kingfton, 2d Mond. 

Portland, 3d Tucf. 

C.C. Tolland, ad do. 
Burlington, Vt. laft 

do. fave one. 



[ANUARYbeginsonSatur- S.C. Fortfmouth, 

day, 31 days. 
S.C. Windham, Con. 

ifl Tuef. 
Burlington, ift do. 
Windham, V. ift do. 
Middlebury. 3II do. 
N.London, 4th do. 
tftern. at N. and N. L 
Danbury, 2d Tuef. 
altern. all F. and D 
Rutland, ift Tucfday 
after 4th do. 

C.P. Bofton and Portf- 

mouth, ift do, 
Warren, Leno», 
and Briftol, 2d Mond 
Northampton and 
Eaftgreenwich, 3d do. 
C.C. Danville, ift do. 

Uochefter, 3d Tuef. 

FEBRUARY begins 
Tuefday, 28 days. 
D F C Uindfor, ift Mond. 

1 Newport, ift Tuef. 

■ ■ ■ New- Haven, 3d do, 
S.J.C. Dedhain, ift do. 



Bofton. 



2d do, 



MARCH begins on Tuef- 
day, 31 days. 
D.F.G. Pownalb. ift. Tuef. 
mm — Salem &Portfmouth y 

i 3d <*o. 

S.C. Newport, ift Mon. 

Briftol, 2d. do. 

* Providence, 3d do. 

CP. Haverhill,N H. ift Tu. 

Ipfwich, 2d do. 

Augufta, 3d do. 

Nantucket, Tu next 

preced. laft Tuefday. 

Concord, Mond. prec» 

3d Tuefray. 



142 

Worce tier, Mond. pre- 
ceding 4th do. 

— Barnftable U Amherft, 
laft do, 

C.C. Middlebury, iftMond. 
— — St. Albans, 2d do. 
— -V/oodftock, 3d do. 

New- Haven, 3d Tuef. 

— — Hartford, 4th do. 
— Rutland, 3d do. 

Litchfield and Cr Ftf 

bury, 4th do. 

— — Norwich, 4th do. 

adj. court. 
-Saddam, laft Tuefd. 



APRIL begins on Friday, 

30 days. 
C.F.C. Providence, if! day. 
— — — . Bofton, 8th day. 
.„——— N. Haven, 15th day. 
— — — Vcrtfmou -23d day. 
f J.C. Concord, id Tuef. 

• I nf w 1 c h , 3d . d o . 

,^m Worcefter, 4th do- 

York, 2d Tuefd. af- 
ter 3d do. 
S.CE. Greenwich 2g Men 
« — - S.Kingfton, 4th do 
CP. Keen*, 1 ft Tuefd 
— — Lenox, 2d Mond 
— — Plymouth, 2d Tuefd 

Bcfton, York, ancf £d 

garton, 3d do. 

Jfc — Taunton, Mond. pre- 
1 ceding £d« do. 

Dedbam, laft do. 

C.C. Fairfield, 3d Tuefd. 



MAY begins on Sunday, 

31 days. 

C.F.C. Portland, I ft day. 

Windfor, 5th day. 

-— — Albany, 20th day. 

D.F.C. Rutland, 2d Mon. 

«-. — Providence, 2d Tu. 

Hartford, 3d do. 

S.J.C. Northamp. 2d Tuef. 

next aft. 4th in Ap. 

— ■ — — - Lenox, 3d do. next 

air. 4th do. in do. 
}. J C. Portland, 4th Tuef. 
next aft. 3d in do. j 
%JG. Hc.plcint.on/ rft Tuef. 
~ — Charlefl. k.h. 3d do. 
C.P Caitine, ift do. 

■ Pownalboro. 2d Mon. 

--— Concord, Mond. prec. 

3d Tuefday. 
— — - Ne \v port, 3d Mo n d . 
— Northampton, & Pro- 
vidence, 4th Mond.. 



J UNE begi ns on \V r £dnefday 

3«* days. 
S.F.C Washington, 1ft Mo. 
D ■ F . C . B oiion, 4th T u e f . 

Exeter &* Portland/ 

31 Tuefday. 
S.J.C. Augufta, 6th Tnefd. 

next aft. 3d in Ap. 
PownaUV 8th Tuef. 

next aft. 3d in Ap. 

Barnftable, 3d Tuef. 

_ piymouth,4thTucf. 

Caftine, 10th Tuef. 

next aft; 3d in Ap.- 



MS 



S.C. PlymouthjN.H. iftTu. 
C.P. Biiftol, it Mond. 

Worcester, Mon. pis- 
ceding 2d Ta^iUay, 

CC. Manchester, rft Mon. 
— — New fane and Chelfea, 

2d Mond 
ifr ii N. London, 2d Tuef. 

Brunfwick,yt.3<J Mo. 

— — Danville, laft do. 

S.C.E. N. Haven ift Tuef. 

alter. N.Hav. & Hait. 

JULY begins on Friday, 

31 days, JSEPTEMDEtl begins on 

'S.C. Haddam, laft Tuefday! Thur^fcty, 30 days. 

fave one. JC.F C. Hartford, 25 th day. 

alt. at IVT. and H:ia ro F.C. Pownalb. lit Tuef. 

Tolland, laft Tuefd.i) j— Salem, 2d do. 

fare two. \ — Portsmouth, 3d do. 

New-Haven, laft Tu js.j.C. LenoxSr Wells, 2d do. 



S.C. Ch?lfea, 2d Tuef next 
followii g 3d do. 

C.P. Plymouth and Exeter, 
, 2d Tuefday. 

- — Sowthkittgft. 2. d Mood. 

*-— * VL. Greenwich^ .3d do. 

~— . Madras and Augulta, 
3d Tuefday. 

~ GUmantowu, 3d do. 

— — Northampton & Top- 
ham. 4th Monday. 

Waterboro', 4th Tuef. 

C.C. Windham, 3d do. 
- Hartford, Vd do. 



C.P. Bcfton, 
Salem, 



lit do. 
2d clo 



AUGUST begins on Mon- 
day, 31 days 

D.F.C Windfor, ift Mond 

Newport, id Tuef. 

>■■ N. Haven, 3d do. 

S.J.C. Dedliam, 

-p- Bnilon, 

S.C. New fane, 

— — Fairfield, 
alt. at D 

— — Litchfield, and Wood- 



Ift 


do. 


2d 


do. 


Ift 


do. 


ift 


do. 


&F 


airf'd. 



Northampton&Port- 
land, 3d do. 
Augufta and Worce- 
fter, 4th do. 

— Pownalborough, firft 

Tuef. next if. 4tk. 
S.C. Hartford and Dover, 
ift Tuefday. 
Windhsm and Exeter, 

3d Tuefday. 

Norwich, 4th Tuef. 

alt- at N.L. and N. 

Briftol, 2d Mon. 

Providence, 3d do. 



ftock, Vt. 3d Tuefic.P. Worcefter, Mon. next 
- Newport, 4th Mond. J . preced. ift Tuef. 



144 



•— . • Concord and Taunton, 
2d Monday. 

.. Hopkinton, ift Tuef. 

--., ■ . Plymouth ; N H. 2d do. 

— Charleft. n.h. 4th do. 
•— Dedham and Caftine, 

laft Tuefday. 
C<C Tolland, 2d Tuef. 
*— Litchfield, id do. 

Woodftock,V.3dMon. 

— Burlington, V. laft do. 

ixve two. 
— ^— Middlebury, laft Mon. 



OCTOBER, begins on Sa- 
turday, 31 days. 
C-F.C. Wifcaffet, 6th day. 
_ Exeter &• Rutland, 

15th day; 
»« i » ' ' Bofton and Albany, 

25th day. 
S. JC. Taunton, ' 3d Tuef. 
— — —Cambridge, 4th do. 
S.C. Amherft, ift do. 
— — Keene, 3d do. 

— — E.Greenwich, ift Mo. 
— — S.Kinglton, 2d do. 
C.P. Bofton, Nantucket, &- 
Newburyp. ift Tuef. 

Lenox, 2d Mond. 

— — N.Glouceft.3d Tuef. 

~ Tifbury & Biddeford, 

laft Tuefday. 



NOVEMBER begins on 
Tuefday, 30 days. 
C.F.C. Newport, Jith day. 
D.F.G. Rutland, fft Mon, 
— — Providence & Hart- 
ford, 3d Tuef. 



5. J.C. Salem, 2d Tuef, 

S.C. Haverhill, n h. ift do. 
C.P. Northampton & New* 
port, ift Monday. 

— Barnftable, ift Tuef 

— Cambridge, 3d Mond 

— Plymouth, 3d Tuef, 
C.C. Hartford, 4th do. 

— Middletown,2d do. 

— Danbury and Rutland. 
3d Tuefday. 

— Norwich and New -Ha* 1 
ven, 4th Tuefday. 

— St. Albans, 2d Mora 

— Brownington, Vt. 4£t 
Monday. 



DECEMBER begins Wed-' 

nefday, 31 days. 

SF.C. Washington, ift Mo, 

D.F.C Bofton & Portland, 

ift Tuefday. 

- — Exeter* 3d Tuef 

S.C. Middletown, 2d do. 

alt. -at H. and M. 

— Tolland, 3d do. 

— New-Haven, 4th Tu, 

— St. Albans, laft Mond 
CP. Worcefter, Mo*id. pre- 

ceding ift do. 
_— > Taunton, Mond. pre*' 
ceding 2d do. 

Augufta, 2d Tuef 

— — Providence, 3d Mond, 
C.C Windham, 2d Tuef; 
— New fane, and Chelfe a, 

2d Monday. 
Bennington and Ltti 

nenburgh, 3d do. 



M5 

Attornies 

Admitted at tlie Circuit Court in Connecticut. 
Pierpont Edwards, efq Diftri& Attorney. 



John Alien, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Jofeph Backus, 
Burrage Beach, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
William Brown, 
David Burr, 
judfon Canfield, 
Jabez Clark, 
Wm. Pitt Cleaveland, 
Thomas Chefter, 
David Daggett, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Samuel W, Dana, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 
Theodore D wight, 
William Edmond, 
Jonathan W. Edwards, 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Sylveftcr Gilbert, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Elizur Good rick, 
James Gould, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Jacob B. Gurley, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
William S. Hart, 
James Hillboufe, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Uriel Holmes, 

Hofmer, 
HeiivIJah Huntington, 



Enoch Huntington, 

William Judd, 

Rofwell Judfon, 

E;>hraini Kirby, 

James Lanman, 

Lyman Law, 

Ifaac Mills, 

Stephen Mix Mitcliel, jun. 

Jonathan O. Mofeley, 

William Mofeley, 

John Parilh, 

Enoch Perkins, 

John T. Peters, 

Timothy Pitkin, jun. 

E pin aim Hoot, 

Phiio Ruggles, 

Matthew T. Ruflel], 

Thomas Y. Seymour, 

Aaron Smith, 

John C. Smith, 

Nathan Smith, 

Nathaniel Smith, 

Afa Spalding, 

Lewis B. Sturge*, 

Benjamin-Stiles, jun. 
'. Adonijah Strong, 
I Nathaniel Terry, 
i Marvin Wait, 

Dyer White, 
J John Wiiiiams, 
j V/ili km Willi ft on, 
, Samuel Woodruff, 
Samuel Whittlcfey, efqrs. 



>: 



146 
Norwich Marine Infurance Company. 

Capita! flock, 50,000 dollars. 
Jofeph Howlatid, Prefident. 

DIRECTORS. 






jofeph Hewlakd, 
Samuel Woodbridge, 
Jabez Huntington, 
Benjamin Coit, 
Simeon Thomas, 
Elifha Tracy, 



Culhing Eelk, 
Jofeph Perkins, 
Benjamin Butler, 
Jabez Perkins, 
Dwight Ripley, 
James Lanniun. 



Shubael Breed, Secretary. 

The office is open for doing bufmefs, from ro to 12 
♦o' clock, A. M. snd from 2 to 4 P. M. every day, except 
Sundays, Fafts,Thai"»kfgiving days,Chriftmas, Fourth of 
July, and Saturdays after noon. All applications for 
Infurance mull be m&de in writing, and addreffeti to the 
Secretary. 

The following credits are riven for pretntums. 
On Weft-India voyages, out, or voyage round, 6 months. 
On ditto paffage home 3 ditto. 

On European voyages, paffage out or round, 9 ditto. 
On ditto paffage home, 6 ditto. 

On Eafl-India voyages, paffage out, or round, 18 ditto. 
On ditto paffage home, 9 ditto. 

On all rifks for term of tirr.c, the credit will be equal 
to fuch time ; and on rifks to t'^e South c eas, or North- 
Weft Coalt, fuch term of time as the Directors mail 
judge proper, when the application is made. 

Applications for Infurance, from perfons refiding out 
of Norwich are confidercd as not binding upon the Conijr 
pany, until a conclufive anfwer has been made in writing, 
at the office, by fuch applicant, to the terms thereon 
given by the board of Directors, and faid anfwer by them 
accepted. 






147 
National Debt, 

Statement of the debt of the United States on the J ft of Jar.- 
u.iry (33 2, "With inter eft mid charges thereon, including 
reitnburfement on 6 per cent, and deferred ftock y and ex- 
cfaftve of ftims ftajfed to the credit of the Sinking Fund. 
By the Reg ift er of the Treafury. 

Six per cent, ltock, 28,202,007 4c 

Deferred (lock, ^^lltS^l 82 

Principal at 8 per cent. 41,879,525 23 

Intereft and rcimburfement, 3,350,362 oc 

Three per cent, principal, 3 per cent. 19,079,705 63 
Intereft and reimbursement, 57°-,39i :6 

Principal. Inter eft. 

Navy fix per cent* 711.700 42,702 

1796 ditto, 80,000 4,8oo 

Five and a halt" per cent. 1,847,502 101,612 50 

Four and a half per cent. 176,000 7,920 

jEigJit per cent. 6,480,200 518,416 

Bank fix per cent. 1,590,000 95>40O 

Do. five per cent. 1, 1 50,000 5 7, 500 

"12,035,400 

Intereft and reimburft ment, 828 350 $> 

Butch Debt. Guilders. 
Principal, 24,650,000 

Premiums, '37, 500 

24. 73 7oOO at 42 cents, 9,915,000 
Intered and reimburfement, at 4 and 

4-5 per cent. 476, 931 

Total nominal principal, 82,909,630 96 

Total inter^ft and reimbursement, "5^228,034 6j 



148 

Ammnt of fix per cent, and deferred flock reimburfed on 
l ft of January, 1802. 
Amount calculated upon 28,202,007 41 fix per cent. 
at l6 tI4oI-M P er ccnt « and u P on J 3> 6 77,5i7 #2 de- 
ferred, at 2 per cent.. Total principal, 5,027,740 57. 

Unredeemed principal on the I ft of January, 1802, 
77,881.890 29. 

The amount unredeemed in the year 1801. 
Reimburfement of 6 per cent, and defer- 
red flock eftimated as above, 1,051,500 7.3 
Inilalmentof the Dutch debt in 1801, and 

premiums, 504,000 

Temporary loans refunded to Lank in i8ci, 700,000 
Redeemed by lands to this day in 1801, 

6 per cent. I4»i45 78 

peferred, 3,o3i 9° 

3 per cent. 5,088 90 

8 per cent. *,5 00 



23, 816 5§ 

Unredbcmetl principal on the 1 ft of Jan. 

i2Ji t as per ftatement of the debt of 
the United States printed in public 
accounts, Dolls, 80,161,207 60 

The number of Hsprcfentatives which the f eve r4l States 'will j 
be entitled to, in QtogfefSy after the 3d of hUrch, 1803. 



X^.- i -:-:;:: P ihire, 


3 


Virginia, 




2& 


Maiiachufetts, 


17 


North-Caro 


in a, 


12 


Vermont, 


4 


Sout i Carol 


ina, 


8 


ilhode-Iihnd, 


2 


Georgia, 




4 


Connecticut, 


7 


Kentucky, 




6 


New- York, 


17 


Ten ne (Tee, 




3 


N«t*v Jerfey, 


6 


Ohio 4 , 




1 


?ennfylvania, 


iS 









Pekw^rt, 


1 


Total, 




142 



Maryfohd, 



My 1 

Salaries of the principal officers in the 
Government of the United States, 

Dollars, 

Secretary of the Treafury, 5, ©CO 

Secretary of t^.te, 5>°°3 

Secretary ot" War, 4, 500 

Secretary of the Navy, 4,500 

Comptroller of the Treafury, 3,5Q3 

Auditor, 3>ooo 

Treafurcr, 01 000 

RegiMer, 2,400 

Attorney-General, 3,000 

Commifiioner of Revenue, 3, 000 

Accountant of War Department, 3.000 

Accountant of Navy Department, 2,000 

Poll: M.iter Gc-nerai, 3,000 

Amihint Poil-Mafter-General, 1,700 



ROAD S. 



(N > I.) 

■Road to Newport. 
Groto?i mi Us 4 
Stoniu«;ton 5 

P.ncjtuc bridge 5 
.Charieftown 8 

Tower Hill 17 
'Ferry 3 

Newport 7 



North- Kingfion 6!Scituate 



Greenwich 

Fulling-Mill 

Providence 



49 
(NTo. IT.) 
Eoiucr Road t? Pro* 
vidence* 

ToTowerhill 39 



11 

10 J Manchefler 3 

3' Providence iz 

is I Attieborwugh 9 

— j — FDolmes 4 

63jWrentham $ 

(No. III.) "jWalpole £ 

Middle K'.alio Pro- JDedham 6 

vidi'KCe & Bofion. i Uoxbury 3 

Turnpike, Mont- Bofton 9 

viile ) 

Norwich - 7 102 

i* Liu lie Id 
Vol unt own 

N 2 



(No. IV.) 
From Bofton to 
Ne'wburyport 45 



1 SO 



Erom Ncwbury- 


H infd ale 


it 


f (No. VIII.) i 


port to Portf- 


Chefterfield 


9 j FropzKt w- York i» 


mouth 


22 


Weftmnreland 


9 


Philadelphia. 


From Portfmouth 


SVVrpole 


9 


j Newark io 


to Portland 


62 


Charieiiown 


9 


Elizabethtown 6 


From Portlanc 


to 


Clarcrnont 


.8 


J -Voodbridge i° 


Macbias 


203 


Corniih 


10 


Brunfwick 10' 






PlainfieM 


5 


Ten Mile Run id\ 




332 


Lebanon 


5 


Princeton ' 8 


(No. V ) 




College 


5 


Trenton' 12 


Turnpike Road to 






iBriftol 10 


Hartford, 






187 


Penny- Peck 10 


Montville 


8 


(No. VII.) 




Frankfort 5 


Colchefter 


12 


Road to New Ha- 


Philadelphia 5 


Marlborough 


8 


ven and New- 


_ 


GI alt tin bury 


to 


York. 




96 


Eaft-Hrtford 


4 


Lyme 


15 


(No. IX ) 


Hartford 


1 


Acrofs the Fe 


riv 


From Philadelphia 




J to Saybrook 


4 


to Alexandria. 




42j;Ki!lingworth 


9 


Derby 7 


(No. VI ) 


| Guilford 


10 Chefter 


Road to Dartmouth Branford 


10 


Wilmington 13 


College. 


New Haven 


9 


Chriftianbridge 9 


Montviiie 


7 iVIiltbtd 


10 


Head Elk, 12* 


Norwich 


7 J Stratford 


4 


Charleftowa io 


Franklin 


4 Fairfield 


9 Acrofs the bufque- 


Windham 


8 1 Norwalk 


iz hannah 7 


A(h ford 


1 4| Stamford, 


9; Baltimore 38 


Union 


7 Horleneck, 


6 Rope Ferry 3 


Brimfield 


n |il ye 


6 


— Spurriei'a 8 


Palmer 


6 Merineck, 


4 


-Role's 8 


Belchertown 


10 New- Roche Jle 


4 


Alexandria 28 


Amherft 


8 


Kingfb ridge 


9 


, 


Sunderland 


6 


New -York 


15 


156 


Montague 


14 








Northfield 


6 


} 


A 5 





*5* 

CORRECTIONS. 

Harvard College Commencement in future is to bo 
held ou the lait Wednefday of Auguit, annually. 

the editor apologizes for the following omiilions — 
Attoruics, Enfield, Henry Terry. Berlin, Daniel Dun- 
bar. Brjjlol, Calvin Butler. tymsbury y Matthew Ives, 

William Anns. Waliingford, George \V. Stanley. 

Deputy Sheriff, Norwich, bhubael Breed. 

The Town Clerks and Treafurers are chofen Co late 
in the year, that the lift of them inuft unavoidably in 
mine meal u re be inaccurate. 



INDEX. 



ALMA MACK, Page 5 
French do. 17 

Attornics, CircuitCourt 



Conn 

— — ■ — — Frattifing, Con. 
(fee the Counties.) 
Corrections, 
Academy of Arts, &c. 
Chiihire, 



Bank: 
Bonds, 
Cincinnati, 
{Courts, 
^Cities, 
iClergy, Sec. 
Colleges, New-Haven, 

' ' Harvard, tf< 

Willicmftown, 82 

Rhode-Mand, 81 

——Dartmouth, 81 
I Commjilioners ef Loans, 1 25 



145 



15.1 
8a 

82 
93 

4« 
87 
141 

76 

7* 

78 



Connefticut Government 
Executive and Legis- 
lative, 45 

Judicial and Civil, 53 

Hartford county, 53 

New Haven, $5 

New-London, 4 57 

Fail field, 59 

Windham, 62 

Litchfield, 64 

Middlefex, 66 

Tolland, 68 

Duties impoft, 22 

Free, 35 

tonnage, 35 

Payable in, 36 

Fees, 37 

Allowance, 3S 

Ports of entry, 42 

lUitriftions, 4z 
Information gene* 

rally, 4$ 




m- ■ 



/ 



m:l 



Gc 

974.6 
C7673a 
1804 

i 2 2. 6 ,. 9 £™OGY COlXECTK 



X I 



1 



I 






I . 



GREEN's 

I ALMANACK 



AND 



^egttter 



fOR THE STATE OF 



| 

| For the Year of our LORD, 



1804 ; 



1 BEING THE TWENTY EIGHTH OF 
THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 

I > 

NEW.LONDON : 

IRINTED AND SOLD BY 

I SAMUEL GREEN. 






SM&$ 



OBSERVATION. 

THE hour of the night is, many times, m\ 
:onveniently efti mated by the moon's fouthi||1 
han by her riling and fetting. 

To find the moon's fouthing : 
RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of high wat4 
on any given day, as it is inferted in this alrrli 
nack, and you will have the true time of t| 
moon's fouthing for that day, 

N. B. If you double the time of the fun's fel 
ing, you % will have the length of the day, arl 
double the time of the fun's riling will be tifl 
length of the night. 

Names and Characters $f the Planets. 
© Sol, or Sun. Q @ or ]) Luna, or Moon, Tj 
Saturn. % Jupiter. <J Mars. $ Venus. $ 
Mercury. H. Herfchel. © Tellas, or Earth. 



Names and Characters of the AspeBs. 
& Conjunftion f or planets fituated in the fairn 

longitude. 
a Quartiie, when they are 90 degrees diftant fron 

each other, 
£ Oppofxtion, when they are 180 degrees diftanl 
A Trine, when they are 1 20 degrees. 
>(c Sexdle, is when two planets, or ftars, are 6 

degrees diftant. 



Chronological Cycles for 1804. 
Dominical Letters, A G } Solar Cycle, c 

Lunar Cycle, 19 1 Roman Indiftion, 

Kpatt, 8 ) Julian Period, 651 



ECLIPSES, 

IN THE YEAR 1804. 

THERE will be five Eclipfes this year ; three 
of the fun and two of the moon, in the fol 
lowing order, viz. 

L The fir ft will be of the Moon, January 26, 
in the evening the latter part of which will be 
vifible if the horizon be clear. H< M, . Sec. 
The Eclipfe will begin at 3 8 30 
The middle will be 4 20 00 

The moon will rife 4 50 00 

about 2 digits cclipfed on the 
moon's fouth limb. 
The Eclipfe will end at 5 29 30 

II. The fecond will be $f the Sun, February 
11, at 6 o'clock in the morning, invifible. 

III. The third will be of the Moon, July 22, 
the middle of the Eclipfe will be at 43 min. 40 
fee. paft noon ; invifible to ua. 

IV. The fourth will be of the Sun, Auguft 5 
inv:fib!e <o us ; the rf at it o'clock 12 mm. m 
the morning.m $,12* 55' 30' 1 the moon's lat.44'4 
S. but the fun will be totally eclipfed in lat. 38° 
S. and long. 66° W. 

V. The fifth wjil be of the Sun, December 31, 
at 8 o'clock in the evening invifibic, J's lat. i~ 

* ■ ■ ■ i ii aii iiiinii glw i & ^J^^fei W i 1 TTyj Ai i? i « i WMm.upuiBWiaJi— 



Freemen's Meetings. 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS thro'out the ftate 
of Comie&icut, are hdd annually on the! 
third Monday in Semcmb?r r and on the Monday! 
following the fit ft Tuefdav in April. j 



XTABL& jbeiving the difference of Higb-lVater at fever a) 
places from New-London. 

rHE fixth column of each monthly page fhews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New- York , 
:lizabethtown Point, Tarpaulin -Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock- Spur, In Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
ina — to which if you add and fubtraft as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol 
lowing places — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added ; (S) fubt rafted— (H) ftands for 
hours , (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places. 
Albany A 

Am boy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 
^janapblis, Novf. 
New-Bedford 
S oft on 
Burlington 
Canfo 

Cape- Ann - 
Cape p«ar 
Cafco Bay 
Chgrleion Bar 
Fairfield 
FrcdcYic2L,Gesrgza 9 S 
Georgetown Bar S 
Guilford 
Hackenfack 
Halifax 
Hell Gate 
Hartford 
Hingham 
Huntington 
(pfwich. 
Jamestown 
K.ingftown,£y^?/j, A 
Louifijoargh A 

Main Ocean S 

A'lobille-Point A 
Nantucket S 



H . m . | Names of Places. 
6 30 New bury port A 

451 New-Haven . A 

2 c New- Providence S 

3 01 New town Landing A 

1 12 [Norwich Landing A 



a lijPenobfcot 

so Penfacola 

2 50 Philadelphia 
2 45 Pifcataway 
t © Plymouth 
2 i5jPolepels Ifiand 
2 20 Port Royal, & £. 
2 o Portfmouth 

5 o Providence 

2 20 Purifburghj $. C, 

1 30 Quebec 

3 o Reedy-Ifland 
3 oJKhode-Ifland 
,0 3o|Salem 

2 20 1 Sandy-Hook 

1 32 Savannah 

2 olSaybrook 

2 45|St. Auguftina, 

50 

6 o 

3 • 
© 45 

S o 

1 30 



St. John's, Neivf. 
Sunbury, Georgia, 
Tybee Bar 
White Stone 
Williamtburg, Va. 
\Viknivigton,N'..C. 



A 
S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
S 
A 
S 
S 
A 
A 
S 
A 
S 
S 
A 
S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



H.M. 

2 45 
1 50 
I 25 

1 o 
o 45 

3 
1 

4 20 

2 40 

? 35 

3 o 
o 30 
2 45 

J 

3 
2 

o 
2 

1 

2 

1 

o 
.0 

2 

2 
2 



^JANUARY, hath 31 dajf 
Laft quart. 4day,5h.4^.aft- I Firft quart. 19 day, 5b. aft- 
New moon I2day4h. i6ni.af- '.Full m. 2oday,4'<. 1 lui aft 
Calendar, &c % 



S3 



W| 



Lircum. ^16 
7*$ fo. 8h. 36m. weather, 
Days increaled 6m. 
D0J Now look out 
D Apogee, for [now 
Epiphany, or rain. 
G©H. § fets 6h.13m.ev 



lQri.l0f.l F;fea.|V#7 
Cold 728432 mo* n i 



7 Z 7A 33 
7 2 7|4 33 
7261434 
726434 



di Sund. aft. Epiph 

2 ])low, C/hV/y winds. 
10J3 Variable wiaihzr. 

4 flow of clock 9m. 

5 6Q]> More rain 
J? itation, • or [now 

near thtfe days, 
^ 2d aft. Epiph. 
% rife 1 h. morn, Somt 

3 pleajant weather ; 

4 Days incrcafed 26 rri. 
5' J Perigee, p O 5 Mew 

6 © enf. 2z lib. 13m, afi. 

7 |]> with 7^s, comes plenty 
^d. aft. Ep. $ gr.elong, 

3| J %*• /tfW. 

4 !Conv. St. Paul, d-O U 
2 % ^©D UnjetiUd 

7j6 J zoeather. 



28J7 © (1 jw of clock 13m. 
29. AJScptjages. Suad. M*r< 
30,2 J pled feint ^ then* . 



tar wammri 



ltatronary. 



7 2 5 

725 
724 

724 

723 
7 22 

721 

7 21 

7 20 

7 1$ 

iA 
718 

717 
7 16 

14 

7-is 

7 i*»40 

7io; 45 c 

7 



4 35 
4 3 
43^> 

*a 6 

r 4 3 f 
4 38 

4 39 
4 39 1 
4 4 C 
4 4* 
4 42 
442 

443 
4 44 
4 45 
446 

4 47 
44 "^ 



9145 ! 

7 B|4 5^ 
7 7fc$ 

l m $4 

7 $4 55 

7 K4.57 



9 2 9 
o ad 



I 46 


u 39 


2 25 


moir, 


3 5 


37 


3 57 


1 43 


4 3 2 


2 41 


5 19 


3 4c 


6 9 


4 a* 


7 3 


5 37 


7 57 


6 34 


8 5* 


D ieti 


9 44 


5 4 1 


tfj 35 


5 S 


a 24 


1 


at. 1 1 


>9 i& 


59 


10 30 


1 37 


11 4 2? 


2 37 


?norn; 


3 30 


55 


4 '2^ 


s 1 a 


5 28 


3 *i 


6 20 


4 2q 




5 21 

1 


^ 23 


6 2 ^ 


9 l ^ 


1) rilCj 


to 4 


5 5* 


iO 4B 


7 a 


ti gq 


^ <\ 



'aoni, 
o 11 









Rain or Jnoxo 
Sexsgc^tna Sunday 



7 ° 5 
6 59 5 
6 57 5 3 
6 5% 4 



O' 2 i 

3 4 
3 52 



16 

1 18, 

2 2 j 



J * w -.".—. • * QUI, 

9 5j7*s. fouth 5 h. r 7 m. (6 sol^ *l £ 
2AQuinq U ages.SuD. raink 4 o\s i ill I 



;i6 



24'n 



°k* Perigee Men /^ 

7 D ^ i) war this time \6 4i\z ml n «J J 

Wtft S.inla„ t . yaation 64o^c 9 ' 3 ^ ' 10 < 

T Lf® enters x 2h. aftcrn . 63 8;J 22 

13 \% ftation. iY^>„, 6 37 ? 2 o( g 13 * *$ 






Cloudy, and p er haps 629)53^0 4 8 8 
\ I W * A*,; ori^/, 6.8532!,, U f 

T n s planer vTrnTTSTni k~ •, T:„ i -A- l ? 2 i — - — t — I 



9 2 

r- ~7 - q~—* murn.no o 

h. ,,l anet Venus ^illbeevT^gXaV— uTnTTheld^f 31 
g*»ft, thrnce wor nmgftar until th S end nOh-v ^ C * 



MARCH hath J2 days. 



.aft quart. 4d, I lh.5m.m0. 
Jew m. 1 iday,6h 4m. aft. 



Firft qu. 18 d. 8h. 55m. rao 
Full mo. 2$d. oh. 34m. mo 



d|W| Calendar, &c. |@ri.| ®f. 



F. fea, 



r,)s 



St.Dxv. ^13^ >Apo. 

Pltajant, then 
§ gr. elong. comes 
3d. Su.in Lent. n0) 
]) low, fnozo or rain. 
7*s. fet nh, 54m, 
2 fets 8h. 33m. Near 

thtfe days 
J>with$ windy. 
Days increas'd 2h.32m 
4th Su. in Lent. 6QD 
O flow of clock 10 m. 
Some plea/ant weather, 
)) Perigee, then 
J) with 7*s. cloudy, 
6 <J £ flfld wore 

)high. rain or /now, 
i8]G5ch in Lent. □© ) 
l % rife 8h. 56m. 
ent. Y* 2h, 1 6m. aft. 
7*«fet.- 11 o'cl. (<?Ob 

P leaf ant weather 
0ftow of clock 6m. 

if not too windy. 
Palm Su. Annun.V.M 



I 


5 


2 


6 


3 

4 


7 
G 


5 
6 


2 
3 


7 
8 

9 


4 
5 

6 


10 

1 1 


7 
G 


12 


2 


«3 


3 


*4 


4 


*55 
16J6 


17 


ll 



616 
625 

623 
622 
621 



r92 

2° f 3 

21*4 

22J5 
23J6 

247 

25iG 

2^>j2 

2 7i3 
28 << 



£0> Cikiwk 

Days increas'd 3b, 20m 

J Apogee. Wj& for 

rain near this time* 
Good Friday. 

More p leaf ant. 



534 
535 
537 
5 38 
539 



612 
611 
610 
6 8 

7 
5 



6 i9;5 41 

6 1 85 42 
616:544 

614*546 

548 

549 

550 

552 

553 

555 

556 

3J557 

*559 

o J 6 o 

5 58;6 
5 57l 6 
5 5°]6 
5 54 6 
5536 
55*p . 
550.610 
5 49 ( 6n 

5 47 6i 3 
546614 

545* 6l 5 



52 



48 



morn 
37 



APRIL, hath 30 days. 



Lait quart«3day,4h.37m. m. Firft qu. 16 day^h. 48111. aft.) 
Newmoonioday,3h.29m.m. Fullra. 24day,5h. ism.aft.j 



MjW| Calendar, &c, \Qri.\&{. \ F.feaT 



2 2 E. Mon. &ii2£ Jtow.1542 



5 


G 





2 






3 


3 


4 


4 


S 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


G 


9 


2 


10 


3 


it 


4 


12 


5 


x 3 


6 


M 


7 


l B 


G 


16 


2 


*7 


3 


18 


4 


*9 


[^ 


2C 


b 


21 


7 


22 


G 


2 S 


2 



Eastkr Sunday. co<?/|5 43 



2 4 
2 5i4 

27 6 
287 
29 G 
302 



□ 05 ©flow of cl^tn. 
Sc.Amb. £f|H weather, 

Rain near this 
7*s. fetio o'clock* 
Jfcts 9b, 55m. time, 
1 ft aft. Eafter. low fund, 

Pleajant weather. 
d®> very high tides. 
J Perig. Days inc. 4h. 

Pltajant* 
D high, & cl. oven, 

Windy and cooL 
2d Sund. after Eafter. 
Sup. d©5 O0C 

Afori rain near 
Eafter term begins, this 
% rife 6h.46m. time, 
Qent. Q ah. 53m. mor, 
(fQli: P leaf ant 
3d Sund. after Eafter. 
7*s. fet 9 o'cl. weather, 
<?0 > S° me flowers, 
6t. Mark > Apogee. 

and defiant thunder* 
) low. Pleajant 

weather^ 
4?h Sund. after Eafter J5 
Q faft of clock 3m 



54 1 
539 
5 38 
5 3 6 
5 35 
534 
53 2 
5 3 1 
5 30 
52b 

5 2 ? 
5 26 

5 2 4 

5 2 3 
522 

5 21 
5i9 
5*» 
5^7 
515 
514 
5i3 
512 

511 
5 9 
5 8 
7 
'5 6 



6i 7j 
618 

6 ig 

6 21 

6 22 
624 
625 
626 
628 
6 29 
5 3 o 
632 

6 33 

$34 

63 

$37 

638 

6 39 
641 
6 42 
643 
645 
646 

647 
648 

649 

6 5* 

652 

653 



28 
20 

*3 

5 

56 
46 

36 
26 

*7 

12 

11 

1 2 



aft. 15 

1 19 

2 19 

6 
5- 

1 

59 
40 
2 j 
6 
52 
40 

3° 
mom. 

22 

1 14 



8 5 

9 3 
10 

11 45 
norn J 



"M AY hath 31 days! 



Lad qu. 2day, 6h. 20m. aft. 
New in. 9 day, 1 ?h 15m. m- 



Firftqu i6day,6h.32m.___ 
Ful ' moon24day.,9h.4m. m, 



M|W| Calendar, &c. j® • M^MF^Hv)!. 



4 
5 
6 

7 
G 
2 

3 

94 
105 
116 



12 

13 

14 
15 
16 

*7_ 
t8'6 

l 9 

20 



21 
22 

23 

24 

25 

2 

2 

28 

*9 

jo 4 



3 St. Pbiiip ard James 5 
Gen. EI.NewpH, ^9^ 5 

Perhaps rain [ D Q i 5 

«wr f^tf/* flf^j, 5 

Days increafed 5 hours. 5 

Pleafant. warm 4 

$ fees loh £om>zoeather 4 
> Perigee, tide^fweii.4 
60) 7*s f et8o , d 4 
Gen. EL Hartf. Aften. 4 
) high. Mm; c<?m*.> 4 
j) with $ rain. 4 

Suad.aft. Afcen. Mzfiy 4. 
Eaftcr terns ends, &ȣ* 4 
§ gr. Eloog. Me« 4 
□ 0) Plea/ant. 4 

©fait of clock 4m. 4 

'fine pkafant weather \ 4 
It-Couth 10 o'clock. 4 
Whit Sunday, then 4 
0entersll3h. £2m.mo,4 
J Apogee. rain 9 and 4 

perhaps thunder, 4 
<°0]) Plea/ant 4 

Diow, $fets 1 oh. 5 4m 4 
? gr. Eiong. CW. 4 
Trinity Sunday, § fia. 4 

Pkafant 4 

b ftation. weather. 4 
Gen. Election Bofton, 4 

Fine p leaf ant weather, a 



§55 

65 

65 

6 59 

7 o 
1 
2 



S 

2 

1 

o 

587 

577 

567 

55|'7 

54i'7 

53 

5 2 



7 7 
7 8 

5 1 !? 9 
5°l7i° 

49I7* 1 ' 
48:7 12 

47)7 1 3 
4°i7i4 
45;7*5 
44,716 

43|7 * 7 

42 !7 r 

42I71 

41(719 

40 j7 20 



7 21 
721 
7 22 

7*3 
7 2 3 



. 56 

8 6 6 

9 59 
11 

aft. 

1 
2 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6' 
6 

7 

9 
10 19 

ti 10 



22 

1 10 
1 27 

1 55 

2 21 

2 47 

3 2 ° 
3 52 

)fets. 

8 57 
4|to o 
8U1 2 

«|" 43 
3; r norn/ 

52I0 

o 

i 

i 

1 
2 
a 



37' 
so 

22j 

s! 
50 
38 
27: > 

8 

9 
10 



24: 

3«i 
58| 
20' 

3 »°| 
3 391 



13 1 

morn, 

5 1 

1 39 

2 2b ! movi 



5,5! 
40J 
24 

l ® 57s 
11 3CJ 

11 56] 



JUN E hath 30 days, 
^aft quart, iday, 4h-8m. m. J Firftqu.i4elay,8^Tim.aft 
4ew moon 7day,ih. 20m. aft. 1 Fullm. 2^day, ih. 35m 
I Laft - 

vT(wr 



I Laft qu 3oday,K>h 47m. ml 
CalendaTT&c. \ 0ri/l0fetrF7^(ivTt < 



I 6 

2 7 
G 

2 



9 

to 

u 

1 

1415 

15 6 



&8s£ DOD 
0faft of clock 2tn. 
lftSund. after Trinity, 

Perhaps rain k 
J Perigee. 
Full tides, 
d05- Plea/ant 
Inr d©g weather 
]) high, /<?r 



4361724 
4 3 6 7 2 4 
435 7 2 5 
434172 

434 



726 



3 

#4 



\i 



4 33 
433 
33 
4 32 
43 2 
43 2 



727 
727 
727 
728 
728 
728 



2d aft. Trinity, fome 
St, Barnabas, days. 

There will be 4 31 J7 29 

$fets loh. 27m. 4 31 1729 

D0) and eleven. 43 * 7 2 9 
Some rainfbon, which 431 7 29 
will be very welcome. 431 7 29 
3<S aft. Trtn. St. Alb. 431 7 29 
2 : D©b Days inc. 6h. 43073c 
9 3 > Apogee. Pkafant 430731 
weather. 43073c 

^ent 33m.aft.Hfta. 43° 73° 
% tiation. Thunder. 430730 
c?3J) J low. 
4th S,aft,Trin. St. John 
$fets 9b.. 54m. [Bapt 
% fouth 6h. 20m, 

Some rain. 
0flow of clock 3m. 
St, Peter. Plea/ant 
130 7 D0) weather. 



59 

47 
40 

8« 

3 

40 

45 
4 

47 



10 
11 

aft. 40 
28 



22 

ic 

2 -5] 
4 1 

*H 

54 
> fets. 

8 49 



12 

54 
85 

16 

5 

30 
10 



4 3° 7 3° 
43073° 
429 , 73 1 
42973 = 

429731 
420731 
429J731 
4^9:731 



n 

45 
15 

37 
59 



mo n # 
O 20 
o 

i 
1 

2 
2 



9 

9 52 

P 43; 

11 32 

morn 
O 1Q 



4* 

1 

34 

io 

47 

3 i7 

D rife 

8 54 

9 

10 

^o 

o 

1 1 

11 



29 

4' 

4° 
55, 
11 
08 



New moon 7day, 1h.57m.rn. 
Firft qu. i4day, 1 1h.41m.rn. 
M|Wf ' Calendar7&c7 



JULY hath 31 days. 



Full m. 22day,oh.38m.af 
Laftqu. 29dayj3h.4cm.af 



»5th after Trinity, 

2 Vifita, B.V.M. >Per. 

3 J with 7*s. ft6^ 

4 60H J high iiNDEP 

5 J Waxm weather. 

6 ijQl flow of clock 4 m. 



7 j 6 J ? fats 9V1. 8m. 
j 6th Sund. aft. Trinity. 
s ©with ? Some want 



18 
16 

16 

20 

24 

«5 

*8 

59 



aft. 43 



1 05m aiter lnnuy. 143 

22 Vifita, B.V.M. )Per. [432 
43 2 
4 33 
4 33 
4 33 
4 34 
4 34 
4 35 
3| of rain. 436 

4 Days fhortencd 12 m. 14 36 
An agreeable JhoweiUSl 
% fets nh. 36m. flnzrj4 38 
? ftation. q @ ]> fet* 14 3 8 
7th af, Trinity, tfiwe. 4 39 
J Apogee, T/^e c/oadj 4 4 
denote rain, which 4 40 
©flow o: clock 6 m # 441 
iglS nQljl 5^ ow » is much 44.2 
06 j wanted. Hot weathe- 4 
7 7*$, rife at midnight 4 43 
G;8th aft.Trinity. e?0C 444 

2 !Q enters & nh. even. 445 

3 Rain and thunder 4 46 

4 i St. James. Dog days be. 447 
265 \% fets ion. 47m. may 44^7 :i2Jmorfi. 
27J6I be expected Jo on % 4 49 711* o 33 
28|7'Daysfhortened;40m. 450710; 1 21 
2 9 |G;9thaf.Trinity/aQ D45*7 9 * 12 
3012 .Sup. d0$ jPcrigee.4527 8; 3 6 
3113 > with 7 *s. #h i gh. 4537 7' 4 5 



729, 
728 
728 

727 
727 
727 
7 26 
7 26 

7 2 5 
724 
724 

7 2 3 
7 22 
7 22 
721 
7 20 
720 
719 

7 l 
71 

7 1 . 
7 16 

7*5 
7 T 4 
7*3 



26 l morn. 



6 

47 
29 

*3 



18 






o 
o 
I 

2 

3 

]) fets. 

8 35 

9 I 

9 

9 

to 

io 
11 

tl 2< 

morn 

o 

3 

1 2 

2 

3 
>rife 

7 5< 
8 



9 3 <: 



10 
10 
11 
-nor 



AUGUST hath 31 days, 
Newmoonsday,! ih.i2m.m. j Full moon 2 



Firftqu. I3day , 4 h.30m. mo. 



14 

25 

3 

47 

5 r: 

6 



Lammas. & 5^; 

7*$ rife nh. 13m, 

/ft?* weather. 
Inf. o'O?. 30,43mm. 
10th ah. Trio. d0* 



day,i6m. ml 
Laftqu. 27day,8h.26m.aif 



9 

ic 

11 
12 

13 

14 
!S 

16 

17 
18 

J 9 
-20 
21 
22 

2 3 
2 4 
2 5 
26 

2 ? 

2 94j 



Pleajant 
% f«U 1 oh. 4m. 

Days fhorfcned ih # 4m. 

Perhaps 

rain and 
1 ith aft, Trin. thunder, 
J Apogee. □©) 

Pleajant 
J low. weather. 

Hot, and perhaps 
fflow oi clock 3m, 

thunder. 
12th aft. Trinity. 

P leaf ant weather. 
^O^fnifeiooU 
Com men. Dartmouth. 
ent. r# 511.25111. mo. 
St.Barthol. Rain 
7 W fats 9b. 3m. nazr 
G|i 3th aft. Trin. jPcrig, 

2 j J with 7*£ □©• thi 

3 St. J B. beheaded, time. 



4 54 7 
4 55 

4 56 
45 
45 
459 

5 ° 



a > high. Pleajant 

130 5 @ and cl.even. weather. 
31 6 9 ft**. D v? fhort'n 2h. 



659 
658 

4656 

5|6 55 
6*654 

716 53 
8*52 

n6 49 

I2j0 
I96 



5 *& 

5M 
5^6 

517 

519 
521 
5 22 
523 
525 
526 

\ 33 
528,632 

5 3Q <6 3° 



646 
"!44 

'43 
; 42 

'39 
!3« 
!37 
!35 
!84 



5 6 


4 


6 8 


1 icl 


7 ** 


2 1 7fi 


8 8 


3 *of 


9 3 


@ fets 


9 5o 


7 33! 


1° 35 


7 56' 


ti. 18 


8 2Q 


12 1 


8 42 


aft. 43 


9 4 


1 28 


9 32 


2 13 


10 


3 


10 38 


3 50 


11 17 


4 41 


morn. 


5 33 


• 9 


6 25 


1 2 


7 17 


2 16 


8 8 


3 39 


8 57 


5 


9 44 


} life 


10 32 


7 19 


11 21 


7 45 


mom. 


8 12 


12 


8 49 


1 6 


9 27 


2 4 


10 16 


3 A 


11 6 


4 S 


morn. 


5 6 


14] 


6 * 


1 2l| 



S>EPlEMB£k haih 30 days. 




Mew^n. 3 day, 1 oh. 50m. aft. 


Fullm.i9day,ioh.44m.nv 


?irftqu. 1 i«day,nh.8m. aft. 


Laft qu. 26day,2h35mm- 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |©ri. 


|©fet|F.fea.|r,js. 


1 


7 


<&3~ ?ri, 2h.4am.rn 


531 


629 6 58 


2 32 


Q. 


G 


14th aft. Trin. Foggy 


53 2 


628 


7 48 


3 43 


3 


2 


d© > mornings. 


534 


626 


8 35 


®tets. 


A 


3 


Dog days end. 


5 35 


625 


9 18 


6 40 


5 


4 


Com, Prov. & WilPn. 


5 3 6 


624 


10 2 


6 5 8 


6 


5 


7*s rife 9 o'clock. 


5 38 


622 


10 46 


7 16 


1 


6 


TJ fets 8h. 21m. 


5 39 


621 


11 29 


VI 


7 


tfativ. B. V.M. 


540 


620 


aft. 14 


9 


G 


15th aft, Trin. } Apo» 


542 


618 


1 1 


8 43 


10 


2 


Southerly winds. 


543 


617 


, * 5° 


9 *8 


11 


3 


a J • low, 


544 


616 


2 40 


10 7 


12 


4 


'Commen. New-Haven. 


546 


614 


3 3* 


*o 57 


l 3 


5 


JRain near this 


547 


613 


4 23 


12 c 


l % 


6 


© faft of cl, 5 m« time. 


549 


611 


5 15 


morn 


l 5 


7 


Days fliorten ah. 40m. 


550 


61c 


^ 5 


1 A 


16 


G 


a 6th after Trinity. 


55i 


6 9 


6 56 


2 13 


*fc 


2 


Plea/ant weather. 


553 


6 7 


7 42 


3 2 3 


18 


3 


7*s rife 8h. 20m. 


554 


6 6 


8 32 


4 3 C 


l 9 


4 


<?0O Pfcfl>i*, 


555 


6 5 


9 2t 


Jriie 


20 


5 


Windy and 


551 


■6 3 


10 13 


6 24 


21 


6 


St. Mat* perhaps rain. 


55% 


6 2 


11 % 


7 c 


22 


7 


]) Perigee. 


559 


6 * 


morn. 


7 35 


2 S 


G 


i7thaft,Trin. Jwp7*& 


6 1 


5591 6 


8 23 


24 


p 


© enter £: 2 morn, 


6 2 


558 


1 7 


9 ll 


2 5 


3 


> high. P leaf ant 


6 4 


55 6 


2 9 


iO 15 


26 


4 


□ ©> 2rife2h,22m.m 


6 5 


555 


3 to 


ti 19 


2 7 


5 


J with (J winds and 


6 7 


553 


4 7 


morn. 


286 

1 


© faft of clock 10m. 


6 8 


55 2 


5 3 


31 


2917 


)wi:h2.d0b S'uMi. 


6 ,9 


55' 


5 53 


1 43 


3o!G 


18th aft. Trinity, rain, 


611 


549' 6 4° 


2 40 



OCTOBER hath 31 days, 


*Jew mo. 3<lay, ih. 10m. aft. 


Full m. i8day,8h.30m.aft 


\itftqu. 1 iday, 5h. 31m. aft. 


Laft q,25day,uh 2 


3m. nv 


vI|W| Calendar, &c. 


0r. 


Ofet|F.fea 


.|r.Ds. 


1 2 


£&i££ JUm/* air. 


612 


5 48[ 


7 2 5\ 


3 55 


23 


9 rife 3b. 50m. morn 


613 


5 47 


8 7 


4 54 


3 4 


d > Perhaps rain. 


615 


5 45 


8 50 


> fets. 


45 


f aft of clock 12m. 


616 


5 44 


9 33 


5 50 


56 


7*s rife 7I1. 19m. 


617 


5 43 


10 18 


6 20 


6 7 


Pleajant. 


619 


54* 


11 4 


#5C 


7 G 


iigthaf.Tr. rf0$ ]> 


620 


5 40 


11 5? 


£ 9 
8 S 


8 2 


Daysfhort. 4I1. [Ap. 


621 539 


aft. 4 2 


93 


> low. Windy , 


6 23.5 37 


1 32 


9 


104 


d ©H *md ram 


624 


53 6 


2 23 


9 54 


q 5 


Q0> wa^ wory 


626 


5 34 


3 M 


10 58 


126 


£e expebled. 


627 


5 33 


4 3 


not n 


13 7 


If. fets 6h. 29.n1. 


628 


532 


4 5 2 


3 


14 C 


I 20 aft. Trin. 9 gr.Elo. 


630 


5 3° 


5 39 


1 1 ! 


15 2 


Pleafant. 


631 


529 


6 27 


2 39 


16 3 


Stoning. B. Aflbciation.j6 32 


528 


7 16 


3 3° 


174 


Cloudy and unfettUd6$4 


526 


8 7 


4 4i 


185 


St.Lu. (PQS weather. 


6 35 


5 2 5 


9 ° 


Jrife 


196 


i Tides fweil. 


636 


524 


9 59 


5 34 


20] 


| will pafs ov. 7*$ near 


638 


522 


11 


6 21 


21 ( 


^Uiftaf.Tr.iPcr.fmid't. 


6 39 


5 21 


12 4 


7 9 


2 2 S 


t ID high. P leaf ant 


640 


520 


morn. 


8 14 


23: 


j|0e^t.n\iph, mo. 


642 


518 


1 8 


9 2G 


24^ 


weather^ then rain* 


6 43 


517 


2 n 


to 30 


2 5 J 


[ID0O 7*« rife 6o'cI. 


, 6 44 


516 


3 £ 


11 4c 


a6( 


) $ rife ah. 49m, morn. 6 45 


5i5 


3 58 


morn. 


2 7; 
28 1 


t Windy, chilly. [6 47 


5i3 


4 45 


O 48 


3 22 ] af.Tri. Sr. Simon & 6 48 


512 


5 2 9 


1 57 


29 


2 Q0<? -Mar* [Jude 


649 


511 


6 12 


3 ° 


3°, 


3 rain near this 


651 


5 Q 


6 64 


4 2 


?i 


4 Qfafl o f cl. 16 m. /m*. 6 52 


5 8 


7 36 


5 3 



NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 



Ni.wmoon -2 clay, 6h. 3m. ra. Fullm. I7day,6h 14m.au- 
Firftqu. ioday, loh. 32m m. Laftqu.a3day. 1 th.24m t»f- 



MjWl Calendar, &c. |®ri.|0i. 



F.iea.l 



2*6 
3 
4 
52 

3 
4 
5 
9 
107 



2 7 ; „ 
28*4 

*95 



6 535 

6 54 ! 5 

6 57 5 
6 585 
6 595 
7 



Ail Sums. ,& O vf 
<j O > 9 rife 3**. niorn. 

> A r- ogee, //flzjy 
23d af.Trin. mornings 

> low. Chilly. 
© faft of clock 16 m, 
Days fhortened $h. 
6QU Pretty cold, 7 

then more 7 

DO J plea/ant. 7 

24th aft. Trin, 2fa£a. 7 
7for* are not Jive in Jive 7 
thoufandthatpity^huiat 7 
thtjame time defpifo 2 J, 7 
fo cautious where, and H 7 
^Ai?w you complain. 7 1.0 
6 0? DPcrig. gQ)iu 
25thaf.Tnn. Full tides 712 
0>i)gh. Cool weather. 713 
$ 'ifo 3b. 28m, morn, 714 

Cloury 7i5 

© ent. j 6h. 20m. mo, 7 1 6 
□ OO Unsettled 7 1 

,Vu» e rain or 7 1 ? 

26 h aft. Tnn. /noey. 7 19 
Sup. 6* ©$ CW 719 

weaihtr. 7 20 

7*sfouth nh. 12m. 721 
© Faft of clock 11m, 722 
7 22 



°;5 



o 19 
9 3 

lO 1 

11 4i 
.aft. 3 1 



306 bt. Andrew. Cloudy. 



14 59 

3j4 57 

4 4 56 

6 4 55 

6 4 54 

7*4 53 

8,452 

9451 

45° 

4 49 

4 48 

447 

440: 

4 45 1 
4 44; 
443! 
442; 

44* 

4 4 1 ] 

4 40, 

439; 

4 3*! 

3S 1 



21 
*9 



1 
1 
2 46 



4 

52 

44 

39 

* 39 

9 43 

10 48 



6 9 
J fets, 

5 3 6 

6 10 

7 ° 

7 5 

8 52 

9 53] 
1 1 c 

morn 

I 

1 11 

2 19 

3 32 

4 46, 
6 c 

j) rife 

5 56 



11 54\ 6 59 
mom. 8 11 
o $3! 9 2, 
48.10 3, 



3 5 i i3 44 
23 morr 

7 

49 

3 3 
>3 



6 571 

2.44! 



o 4? 
15 

2 5- 

3 J 

4 6 f 
55/1 



New moon 2day 1 oa. 48m.n1. j Fullm. 1 6day,4h-. 3 1 m-. a 
~'rft quart. I oday,oh. 58m.nl. | Laflqu.23day,3h. 14m.; 
New moon 3*ft day. 8 hours 4 minutes, afternoon 



DE< EMBER hath 31 days. 



MjW| Calen dar, &c. l@ ri.10q F.fea. 

8 32 



9 
10 

1 1 
12 

*35 

M 

15 

A 6 

*7 
18 

9 

20 
21 

*4 

25 



*7 

28 

29 
|3° 
I3i 



^28vf ])Apogc«. 
Advent Sund. rf©]) 
O^w. Plea/ant, 

J rib 3h. 52m. morn. 

<4«n co/d and 
7*sfouth ion. 38, 

frofiy. 
Concep. V. M. 
2d Sund. in Advent, 
D © 3 Snow 

or rain. 
© faft of dock 5m. 

More p leaf ant. 
OpAda ov.7*sioh.cv. 
J Perigee, High fcides, 
3d in Advent §©]> 
j)high. Windy i 

co/d 9 blujlerin% % 
Days fnorten'd 6 hours, 
% rife 4b. 47m. morn. 
g| ent. yf 6 h. 40 m, morn. 

Snow near 
4th in Advent. Q©() 

£ % $ ffa'j ^W2C, 

Chriftmas Day. Co/tf 
St, Stephen, weather \ 
St. John. uttrf 
Innocence, J Apogee 
more/now. Bluftering 
GJ£k>w. weather 



7 2 3 

724 

724 

7 2 5 

7 2 5 

7 26 

7 26 

727 

727 

72 

728 

728 

7 2 9 

29 

7 2 9 



437 
43 6 
43 6 
35 
435 
434 
434 
433 
433 
43 2 
43^ 
43 2 
43 1 
4 3 1 
43i 



7 3° 



7 3° 
7 3° 
7 3° 
7 3° 
7 3° 
7 3° 
729 

7 2 9 

7 

729 

#29 

728 

7 2 



729431 



9 2! 
10 11 

ii 
\i 49 
aft. 3 ( 

1 2C 

2 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 



43Cuo 



7 3°430ti 23 



4 go morn 

430 

430 

43° 

43° 

430 

43 1 

431 

43 1 

43 1 

43 1 

43 2 

43 2 



\r.]>U 


6 ~5\ \ 


Jfeth 


5 4 1 


63 


7 81 


8 4 


9 44 


10 4c! 


11 55 


morn. 


1 U 


2 14 


3 29 


4 45 


5 5? 


]) rife. 


5 3W 


6 50 


» E 


9 14 


10 24 


11 28 


° 33 


1 34 


2 35 


3 34 


4 3* 


5 ty 


6 2b 


> fats. 



The FRENCH CALENDAR, 
For the prefent Year, which began September 22, 1803. 

Names of Months, Eng!ifi t T?erm. 

French. AUTUMN'. (Inclufive.) 

Veudemaire, Vintage Month, from Sept. 22toOel. 21. 
'Brumaire, Fog Month, — Get. 22 to Nov. 2Q. 

Frumaire, Sleet Month, — Nov. 21 to Dec. 2Q. 

WINTER. 
Nivofe, JSnow.Month, — Dec. 21 to Jan. 19. 

Pluvcife, Rain Month, — Jan. 20 to Feb. 18. 

Ventofe, Wind Month, — Feb. 19 to Mar. 20. 

SPRING. 
Germinal, SprOnts Month, — Mar. 2i to Apr. 19. 
Floreal, Flowers Month, — Apr. 2a to May 19. 

Praireal, Pafture month, — May 20 to June 18. 

SUMMER. 
Meffidor, Harveft Month, — June 19 to July 18. 
Fervidor, Hot Month — July 19 to Aug. 17. 

Fru&idor, Fruit Month, — Aug. 18 to Sept. 16, 

* Sous CuIott?des 9 vr Feofts dedicated to 
LesVertus, The Virtues, Sept. 17. 

Le Genie, Genius, # Sept. 18, 

Le Travail, Labor, Sept. 19, 

I/Qpinion, Opinion, Sept. 20 t 

Les Recompenses, Rewards, Sept. 21. 

The intercalary day of every fourth year is to be cal- 
led La Sans Culottide ; on which there is to be a Na- 
tional Renovation of their oath, ?* To live free or die. 39 
The month is divided into three decades, the days of 
which are 'called, from the Latin numerals, 

1 Prlmidi. 2 Duodi. 3 Tridi. 4 Quartidi, 

5 Ouintidi. 6 Sextidi. 7 Septidi. 8 Oftodi, 

9 Noaodi. 1© Decadi, which is the day of reih 

B 2 



TABLE, 

IN which the different Currencies, throughoi 
the United States, from one farthing to a thou/an, 
founds, are reduced to an equivalent value v 
Dollars, Cents, and Mills. 

g^r Note, 10 Mills make one Cent, ioo Cents on 
Dollar. 





N. Engl. 


TV. r r£. 


N.Jerfey. 


S . Car oli. 




Dolls.Ct 


fcf <:.£*<:. 


&C.&C. 

Dolls. Ct. 


&c. 


£- 


Dolls. Ct. 


DoLCt.M. 


j 


3»33s 


2,50 


2,66| 


4,28,6 


2 


6,66f 


5.°° 


5,33* 


8,57,i 


3 


10,00 


7,5© 


8,00 


» 2 ,85,7 ■ 


4 


13.33*} *o,oo 


io,66§ 


17,14,3 


c 


i6,66f 


12,50 


13,33* 


21,42,9 


6 


20,00 


15,00 


16,00 


25,71*4 


7 


23.333 


i7>50 


i8,66f 


30,00,0 


8 


26,66% 


20,00 


2i,33* 


34,28,6 


9 


30,00 


22,50 


24,00 


38,57>i 


10 


33*333 


25,00 


26,66f 


42,85,7 


ii 


3 6,66f 


27,50 


29.33* 


47»i4,3 


- IS 


40,00 


30,00 


32,00 


5is42,9 


13 


43<33* 


32,50 


34,66§ 


55,7i,4 


14 


46,66^ 


35,oo 


37,33* 


60,00,0 


'5 


50,00 


37.50 


40,00 


64,28,6 


j6 


53*33* 


40,00 


42,66§ 


68,57,* 


i; 


5 6,66f 


42,5° 


45,33* 


72,85,7 


18 


60,00 


45.oo 


48,00 


77> r 4,3 


*9 


63,33i 


47,5° 


5 o,66| 


81,42,9 


20 


66,66-f 


50,00 


53,33* 


85,71,4 


30 


ioo,co 


75»°o 


80,00 


128, 57, * 


40 


'33,33* 


100,00 


106, 66f 


171,42,9 


50 


i66,66f 


125,00 


'33,33* 


214,28,6 


j 00 


333,33* 


250,00 


266, 66f 


428,57,1 


200 


666,66§ 


500,00 | 


533,33* 


857,*4,3 


500 


1666, 66§ 


1250,00 1 


1333,33* 


2142,85,7 


1 000 


3333>33s 


2500,00 1 


166^661 


4**5,7 M 



A TABLE fliewing the value of any number of Cents, 
from one to one hundred, in Shillings, Pence, and Far- 
things. 



vts. 


J. */., 


*•// 


,. d.f. 


cts 


s. 


*/. 


ffr. > 


s. d. f. 


I 


003 


26 


1 63 


51 


3 


2 


76 


463 


2 


I 2 


27 


1 7 2 


52 


3 


I 2 


77 


4 7 2 


3 


2 I 


28 


1 8 1 


53 


3 


2 I 


78 


4 8 1 


4 


030 


29 


1 9 


54 


3 


3 


79 


4 9° 


5 


032 


30 


1 9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


83 


4 9 2 


6 


04I 


3i 


1 10 1 


56 


3 


4 I 


81 


4 10 1 


7 


5 


32 


1 *ii 


57 


3 


5 


82 


4 11 


8 


5 3 


33 


1 113 


58 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 11 3 


9 


062 


34 


202 


59 


3 


6 2 


84 


5 2 


10 


7 1 


35 


2 1 1 


60 


3 


7 1 


85 


5 1 1 


ii 


8 


36 


220 


61 


3 


8 


86 


520 


12. 


083 


37 


223 


62 


3 


8 3 


87 


5 2 3 


13 


9 1 


38 


231 


63 


3 


9 1 


88 


5 3 1 


H 


10 


39 


2 40 


64 


3 


10 


89 


5 4® 


15 


10 3 


4o 


243 


65 


3 


10 3 


90 


5 4 2 


16 


O II 2 


4i 


252 


66 


3 


11 2 


9i 


5 5 1 


17 


I I 


42 


2 6 1 


67 


4 


1 


92 


5 61 


18 


I I O 


43 


2 70 


68 


4 


1 


93 


5 7o 


19 


1 1 3 


44 


2 7 3 


69 


4 


1 3 


94 


5 7 3 


20 


122 


45 


2 8 2 


70 


4. 


2 2 


95 


582 


21 


1 3 


46 


290 


7i 


4 


3 ° 


96 


590 


22 


1 3 3 


47 


2 9 3 


72 


4 


3 3 


97 


5 9 3 


23 


1 4 2 


48 


2 10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


98 


5 10 2 


24 


1 5 1 


49 


2 II I 


74 


4 


5 1 


99 


5 11 1 


25 


160 


50 


3 


75 


4 


6 


100 


600 



Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- I 
preffed in Dollars or Units, Difmes or Tenths, Cents or 
Hundredths, and Milles or Thousandths. A Difme being 
the tenth part of a Dollar, 2l Cent the hundredth part of i 
a Dollar } and a Milk the thousandth part of a Dollar, 



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i 


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1 £. 


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d. 


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s. 


d, q. 


s. 


d.q. 


1 





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3 


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9 


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120 


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70 





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80 





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1 70 


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1.4 


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100 





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200 


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9 





18 





400 


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600 


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24 





500 


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7 10 


15 





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900 


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21 


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1 4 


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13 10 


27 


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54 





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1 5 








15 


30 





60 


00 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 



DUTIES. 



[ 



Articles on which Duties are payable at their import 
tion into the United States, with Rates of 
Impoft ; alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 
enumerated, or parts thereof 15 per cent ad. va 

Apparatus, philosophical, fprcially im- 
ported for any feminary of learning, free. 

Ale, beer and porter, in calks or bottles, 8 cents -per gal. 
on value oi the bottles, 1 2\per cent ad.va t 

Artificial flowers, feathers and other 

ornaments for women's head dreffes, 15 ditto. 

Annifeed, 15 ditto. 

Anchors, 12 J ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, 
product, or manufa&ure, of the U- 
nited States, fpirirs excepted, free^ 

Brafs teutenage and wire, free. 

■ iron, or fteel Jocks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, and vifes, 12 J ditto. 

all other manufactures of brafs, 15 ditto. 

Balls and balfam#, (fee powders, paftes 

&c.) 15 ditto. 

Beer, ale^ or porter, in cafks or bot- 
tles, 8 cents per gallon, 
on value of the bottles, I2J per cent ad val. 

Bricks and tiles, 15 ditto. 

Bonnets, hats, and caps,of every kind, 15 ditto. 

Boots , 7 5 cents per pair. 

Books, blank 1 2^ per cent ad.val. 

Books of perfons who come to refide 

in the United States, free- 

Buttons of every kind, j 5 per cent ad. val. 



*3 

jiuckles, ihoe and knee. 15 per cent ad, vsh 

lirulhes, - I2| ditto. 

bullion, free. 

Wgundy wine, 45 cents per gallon. 

[^annon of brafs, 1 5 per cent ad vah 

'.arriages, or parts of carriages, 20 ditto. 

lards, playing, 25 cents per pack: 

■ * ■ ■ ■ wool and cotton, 50 cents per doz. 

Cables and tarred cordage, 180 cents per civt.- 

Cabinet wares, 1 5 per cent ad. vah 

Caps hats, and bonnets, of every kind, 15 ditto. 

JCarpets and carpeting, 15 ditto. 

Cartridge paper. 15 ditto. 

Candles of tallow, 2 cents per lb, 

of wax orfpermaceti, 6 ditto. 

Champaign wine, 45 cents per gal. 

Capers^ is per cent &d. vah 

Canes, walking (licks and whips, 12^ ditto. 

Cambricks, < 12^ , ditto. 

Cheefe, 7 cents per pound* 

China ware, 1 5 per cent ad, vah 

Cinnamon, cloves, currants, and com- 
fits, 15 ditto. 

Chintzes and coloured calicoes or muf. 

" Jins. and all printed, ftained, or col- 
ored goods, or manufactures of cot- 
ton, or of linen or of both, or of 
which cotton or linen is the mate- 
rial of chief value, 

Cocoa, 

Chocolate, 

Clogs and goloftioes, (fee flioes) 

Cordage tarred, 

and yarn untarred, 



Cofmetics, 

Coal, 

Colors, (fee painters') 

Copper manufactures, 



1 2| ditto. 

2 cents per pound* 

3 ditto. 
1 5 cents per pair, 

1S0 cents per cwt. 

225 ditto. 

1 5 per cent ad. vah 
5 cents per bujheh 
I <y per cent ad. vah 
1 5 ditto. 



24 

Copper in plates, pigs, and bars free. 

Compofvtions for the teeth and gums, 

(fee dentrifiees) 1 5 per cent ad. val 

Coffee, 5 cents per peund, 

Cotton, % 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value, being 
printed, ftained, or colored, or cot- 
ton manufactures not printed, ftain- 
ed, or colored, 12^ per centad.valJ 

Clocks and vvatches,orparts of either, 15 ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 
chaifes, folos, or other carriages, 
or parts of eitieer, 20 dittos 

Cloathing, ready made, ' i2| ditto. 

Clothes, books, houfehold furniture, 
and the tools or implements of the 
trade or profeffiens of perfons who 
come to refide in the United States, free. 

Cutlafles, or parts thereof, 1 5 per cent ad. yah 

Dates and figs, 1 5 ditto. 

Dentrifice powders, tinctures, prepa- 
rations and compofitions tor the 
teeth and gums, 15 ditto. 

Dolls, dreffod or undreffed, 15 ditto. 

Drugs, medicinal, except thofe com- 
monly ufed for dying, 15 ditto. 

■ ' ■ and woods for dying, free. 

Eai*thern and {tone wares, l 5p?r cent ad. vol. 

Effences. (fee powders, paftes, &c) 15 ditto. 

Fans, or parts thereof, is ditto. 

Fayal wine, 28 cents per gallon. 

Feathers and other ornaments for wo- 
men's head dreffes, IS per cent ad. val. 

Fringes commonly uied by upholfter- 

ers, coach makers, and faddlers, 15 dii >. 

Figs, j 5 ditto. 



2 5 

Flowers artificial, 

Floor cloths and mats or parts of 
either, 

Fruits of all kinds, 

Furs of every kind undreCed, 

Glafs— -black quart bottles 

■ -window glafs, 

- ■ all other glafs, and raannfac 
tares thereof, 

Glauber lalts, 

Gauzes, 

Geneva, (fee fpirlts) 

Ginger, 

Girandoles, or parts thereof, 

Golofhoes, (fee moes) 

Gloves and mittens of every kind. 

Gold, filver, and plated ware, 

Gold and filver lace, 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, im 
ported directly from China or In* 
dia, in fhips or veffels net Of the 
United States, except teas, China 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, 

Goods, wares, and merchandize^ in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or place in the fame Aip 
or vefTel in which they (hall be im- 
ported—and all., articles of the 
growth, product or manufacture of 
the United States, fpirits excepted, 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, not 
herein ©therwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed, j *\f er cent a ^ v & 

Glue, 15 * ditto. 

Gunpowder, l2 & , ditto. 

Hangers, or parts ^hereof, 15 ' ditto, 

Hair powder, 15 ditto. 



i$ per cent ai.vtl. 

15 ditto. 

15 ditto. 

free* 
12£ferc0ntad.vaL 
15 ditto. 

29 ditto. 

200 cents per ctjuL 
iz^ptr cent $&<?*}: 

15 ditto, 

fto ditto. 

15 cents per pair* 
IS per cent ad. vaU 
15 ditto, 

15 ditto. 



i*£ ditto. 



free. 



a5 tin 

Hats, caps, and bonnets, of every I \ 

kind, 15 ditto. 1 ji 

Hemp, 10® cents per cwU t^ 

Rides, raw, free. 

Houfehold furniture of pgrfons who 1 

come to refide in the U. States, free. L 

Implements t>£ the trade or prefefllon I . 

ofperfons who come to refrde in . I, 

the United States, free. 

Indigo, 25 cents per pound, j 

Iron wire, free. 

— fteel, or brafs locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, and vifes, 12^ f ercetX ad , 7;^ 

— — caft, (lit, or rolled, and all ma- 
nufactures of iron, fteel, or brafs, 
or of which either of thefe metals 
is the arficle of chief value, not be- 
ing otherwife particularly enume- 
rated, 1$ ditto. 
Jewellery and pafte work, 15 ditto* 
,ace of gold and iilver, X5 ditto, 

Laces and lawns, 12* dittOe 

Laces, lines; fringqs, talfels arid trim* 
mings,commoaly ufed by upho)fter- 
ers, coach makers and iaddlers, 15 ditto* 

Lampblack, 12J ditto. 

Lapis CaJarriinartSf free. 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 
manufactures of leather, or of 
which leather is the article of chief 
value, not! otnerwife particularly 
enumerated, X 5 per tent ad. vah 

Lead, and muiket bail ? 1 cent p&r pund. 

— — all other manufactures of- lead, 

or in which lead is the ckief article, I tent fer fbuhd. 

lemons and limes, 15 f er e*nt ad, vaL 

Linen or cotton manufactures,' or of 
both, or of whkh cotton or linen is 



27 

the material of chief valite, being 
I printed^ ftainfd, or coloured, or 
cotton manufactures, not printed, 
j ftained or coloured, it^pr cmtad.vah 

I Linen manufactures, or of which lin- 
en is the chief article of value, not 
printed, ftained or coloured, li-J ditto. 

Ufbon and Oporto wines, 30 cents per gallon^ 

Looking glaffes, or parts thereof, %<*,$er cent ad. vat 
Manufactures of tin, pewter and cop- 
per, 15 ditto* 
m „, mmmmm of iron, fteel or brafs, 
not otherwife particularly enume- 
rated, 15 ditto. 
• of leather, not other- 



wife particularly enumerated, 15 ditto-. 

■ of lead, not other-wife 



particularly enumerated, 1 at ni pen fotHi&i 

• of cotton or linen, or of 



both, printed, ftained or coloured, 
or of cotton not printed, ftained or 
coloured, 1 a ^per M*/ pgr. va i t 

■ of linen, not printed, 



ftained or coloured, I2%j>cr cent md v'ift 

g — ofglafs, (feeglafs) 

* — of tobacco, (fee fhufF 

and tobacco) * 

, ■■ - , '; - (y£ wood, (fee cabinet 

wares and wood) 
- — ****£ of the United States, 

fpirrts excepted, fret. 

Mats and floor cloths, or parts cf ei- 

;''ier, 15 per cent ad, v*i. 

Malt, 10 cents fier bvjbeU 

Marble, flare, and other ftone, bricks, 

tiles, tables, mortars, and other u- 

tenfils of marble or flute, and gene- 
rally all ftone, awl earthem ware, 2 5 per tent*d< v*l 



sS 

Madeira wines, (fee wines) 

Malaga wine, 

Mace, 

Medicinal drag?, except thofe com 
raonly ufed in dying, 

Merchandize, goads, and wares, im- 
ported direAJy from China or In- 
dia, in Chips or vefTels ntt of the 
United States, except teas, China 
ware, and all other articles liable 
to higher rates of duties, 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, in- 
tended to be re-exported to a for- 
eign port or place in the fame flip 
•r veflfel in which they mall be im- 
ported—and all the articles of the 
growth, produft, or manufacture 
of the United States, fpirits ex- 
cepted, 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, not 
herein otherwife particularly enu« 
merated and defcribed, 

Mittens and gloves of every ki»d, 

Millinery ready made, 

Molafles, 

Mulk^ts and firelocks with bayonets 
fuited to the fame, and mufket ball, 
or parts of either, 

Mufkets and firelocks without bayo- 
nets or parts of either, 

Muttard in flour 

Muflins or muflinets, whether print- 
ed ftainecl, coloured, or otherwife* 

Nails, 

Nankeens, 

Nutmegs, 

Oranges, 

Ornaments for women's head drefies, 



a8 cents per gtllon. 
1 5 per cent ad. vat. 



IS 



52^ 



ditto. 



ditto,' 



free. 



i2£per cent ad*vaj* 
IS - ditto. 
15 ditto. 

$ cents per gaUtn> 



ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto. 



12 J ditto. 

i cents per pound, 
li^per centadvaL 
15 ditto. 

15 ditto. 

15 ditto. 



£ 9 

Ointment?, oils, and odors, (fee pow- 
ders, paftes, &c.) i> ditto. 
Olives, IS ditto. 
OiJ, 15 ditto. 
Oporto and Lifbon wine 30 cents per gallon. 

Paper hangings, 1 5 per cent ad. val 

_, writing and wrapping, \z\ ditto. 

— , flieathing and cartridge, 15 ditto. 

Painters' colours, whether dry or 
ground in oil, except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying, 15 ditto. 

Pack thread and twine, 40^ cents per cwt. 

Pafte boards, parchment or vellum, j 2\ per cent ad. v*t 

Pafte work, and jewellery, 15 ditto. 

Phaetons, or parts thereof, 20 ditto. 

Plaifter of Paris, free. 

Pewter manufa&ifres, is ditto. 

■■ , old free. 

Pepper, 6 cents per pound. 

Perfumes, j 5 per cent ad. vai 

Piftols, or parts thereof, 35 ditto. 

Pictures and prints. l2 i ditto. 

Pimento, 4 cents per pound. 

Printing types, 1 2 1 per cent ad vai, 

Pickles of all forts, - 15 ditto* 

Printed, ftained, or coloured goods, or 
manufactures of cotton, or of linen, 
or of both, I2£ ditto. 

PhiJofophical apparatus, fpecially im- 
ported for any feminary of learn- 
ing, free. 

Porter, beer, or ale, in cafks or bot- 
tles, 8 cents per galfotf* 

«— — oh value of the bottles, J 2% per cent ad vai* 

Powder for hair 15 ditto, 

" gun powder, 12 J ditto. 

Powders, paftes, balls, balfams, oint- 
ments, oils ; waters, waihes, tine* 

C 2 



15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


15 


ditto. 


free. 





3° 

ttires, eflences, or other prepara- 
tions or compifitions, commonly 
called fweet fcents, o^ors, per- 
fumes, or^ cofmetics, and all pow- 
ders or preparations for the teeth 
or gums, 

Plumbs and prunes, 

Raifins, 

Haw hides, and fldns, 

Hum (fee fpirits) 

Salt, weighing more than fifty-fix 

pounds per bufhel, 20 cents per $6 ibi 

*—— weighing fifty-fix pounds per 

bufhel, or lefs, %0 cents per btijheh 

Salts, glauber 2oO cents per ciut. 

Stained, printed, or coloured goods, or 

manuiaftures of linen, i2 J per cent ad vah 

Salt petre, i free. 

St. Lucar wines, 40 cents per gallons 

Starch, j 5 per cent ad. vaU 

Sail cloth, 32i ditto. 

Slate, ftone, and ftone ware, 35 ditto. 

Saddles? or parts thereof, j2| ditto. 

Satins and other wrought filks, t2\ ditto. 

Steel, - t09 cents per cwt. 

Steel, iron or brafs locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, and vifes, m\ per tent aivaL 

— all other manufactures of ileel, 15 ditto. 

Sheathing and cartridgejpaper, 15 ditto. 

Sherry wine, 40 cents per gallon. 

Sea ftores of fhips or veffels, free. 

Spermaceti candles, 6 cents per pound* 

Sweet fcents, (fee powders, paftes, 

&c.) 15 per cent :ad. vaL 

Spurts diftilled in foreign countries : 
Yiz» From Grain* 

Firft proof 28 cents per gallon* 

Second proof s$ ditto* 



3» 

Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 

From ether materials* 
Firfl proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof, 
Sixth proof 
pirits diftilled in the United States, 
imported in the fame fhip or vef- 
fel in which they had been previ- 
oufly exported from the United 
States, viz. 

From Molaffes. 
Firft proof 
Second pi oof » 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
From Materials of the growth and pro* 
duce of the Unite d States. 
Firft proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spikes, 

.Silver and plated ware, 
— lace, 
Skins, raw 

Shoes and flippers of filk, 
i— other ftioes and flippers for men 
and woateii, clogs or gotoftioesj 35 



3* 


ditto. 


34 


ditto. 


40 


ditto. 


50 


ditto* 


25 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


28 


ditto. 


32 


ditto. 


38 


ditto. 


46 


ditto. 



X* 


ditto. 


16 


ditto. 


17 


ditto. 


19 


ditto. 


*3 


ditto. 


3° 


ditto. 


7 


ditto. 


8 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


ii 


ditto. 


n 


ditto. 


18 


ditto. 


I cent 


per pound* 


1 5 pe r cent ad. vah 


15 


ditto. 


free. 




a 5 ants per pair, 



ditto. 



32 

— — other fitoes aad flippers for chil- 
dren, i# ditfre. 

Swords or cutlaiTes, or parts of ei- 
ther, l 5per cent ad. vat* 

Stockings, 15 ditto. 

Stoie and earthern ware, 1 5 ditto. 

Soap, 2 cents per pound* 

Solos and other carriages, or parts 

thereof, a© per cent ad. vah I 

Sulphur, free. 

Sugars, brown 2^ cents per pound* 

mm -, white clayed 3 ditto, 

i n , do. powdered 3 . ditto. 

— — — , all other clayed or powdered 2j ditto, 

•———-, lump 6J ditto. 

— f loaf 9 ditto. 

, other refined 6§ ditto. 

Sugar-candy, li| ditto. 

SnufF, 22 cents per pound. 

TafTels and trimmings commonly ufed 
by upholfterers, eoach makers, and 
faddlers, 1 5 per cent ad, vnU 

Tables of marble, Hate and other 
(tone, or parts thereof, 15 ditto. 

Tallow candles, 2 cents per pound* 

Teas, from China and India* 

»-— , bohea 13 ditto. 

' " , fouchong and other black 18 ditto. 

— — -, hyfon, imperial, gunpowder or 

gomee 32 ditto. 

■«— , other green teas, 20 ditto. 

From Europe, 

— , bohea 14 ditto. 

— — , fouchon^and other black 21 ditto. 

— -, hyfon, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee, 40 ditto. 

" — > # other green teas^ 24 ditto* 



•it 



83 

I bohea 17 ditto* 

, fouchong and other black 27 ditto. 

', hyfon, imperial, gun-powder, or 

J gomee 50 ditto, 

— , other green teas, 30 ditto. 

Teneriffe wine, 28 cents per gallon* 

. IjTwioe and packthread, 400 cents per civt. 

jTin manufactures, 15^ cent ad. vaL 

. .. in pigs and plates, free. 

M'Tinctures, (fee powders, paftes, &c.) 15 per cent advsh 

Tiles and bricks, 15 ditto. 

(Toys not otherwife enumerated, i*£ ditto. 

Tobacco manufactured (other than • 

fnufF) 10 cents per Wi 

Tools of the trade or profeffion of 
perfons who come to refide in the 
United States, 

Types for printing, 

Velvets and velverets, • 

Wares of tin, pewter, and copper, ' 

— , earthen or ftone, 

— , Chma, 

— , gold, (ilver, and plated, 

*~-~ , goods, and merchandize import- 
ed directly from China or India in 
ihips or vefl'els not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, 
and all other articles liable to high- 
er rates of duties, 124 ditto 

•— , goods, and merchandize of the 
growth, produce, or manufacture 
of the United States, (fpirits ex- 
cepted) free. 

Wafers, 15 per cent id vab 

Waters and wades, (fee powders, 

paftes, &c ) 15 ditto. 

Walking flicks, whips, and canes, ia£ ditto. 



free. 




12 J per cent advuK 


12i 


ditto. 


*S 


ditto. 


*$ 


ditto. 


15 


ditto, 


15 


ditt*. 



84 

Wax candles, 6 cents per pounl 

Watches and clocks, or parts of ei- 
ther, 15 per cent ddvM 
Wines, in cafks, bottles, and other vejfels. 

m — Malmfey, Madeira, and London 

partlc ular Madeira, 58 cents per gallot. 

—all other Madeira Wine, 50 ditto. 

—Burgundy, Champaign, Rhenifli, 

and Tokay wines,. 4$ ditto. 

—— Sherry and St. Lucar Wines, 40 ditto. 

—Claret, and oiher wines not enu- 
merated, v/lien imported in bottles 
or cafes, 3,5 ditto. 

— — Lifbon, Oporto, and other Por- 
tugal wines, 30 ditto* 

- TeneriiFe, Fayal, Malaga, St. 

George, and other Weiiern Iilands. 

wines, 2$ ditto. 

* ail other wines when imported 

otherwife than in kettles or cafes, 23 6'itto. 

•——on value of the bottles, I2§ per cent ad mt* 

Window glafs, X$ ditto. 

Wire of brafs and iron, free. 

Wool and cotton cards , 5© cents per dot. 

Wool urnnanufa&ured, free. 

Wood unmanufactured, free. 

Wood manufactured, (exclufiye of ca- 
binet wares) 12% per Cent ad vah 

Yarn untarred, 225 tents t>er out* 

Ail other goods not before particular- 
ly enumerated and tjefcribed, 12^ per cent ad vaU 

fj* All parts of articles to be fabjedt. to the fame du« 
* ties as the entire article is fubject to. 

Bottles in which liquors are imported, pay tiie fhme 
duty as empty bottles. 



35 

The following Articles are free from Drtfy* 
J>hilofophical apparatus, fpecially imported for any ft- 
jtiinary- of learning. 

rticles of all kinds, of the growth, product, or manu- 
facture of the United States. 
^topper in plates, pigs, and bars. £ 

[Clothes, books, houfehold furniture, and the tools or im- 
plements of the trade or profefTions of perfons who 4 
J come to refide in the United States. j 

Drugs and woods for dying'. 
[Furs of every kind und relied. 

poods, wares, and merchandize intended to be exported 
J in the fame vefiel in which they fhdi be imported. 
(Raw hides, and iron ware. 
IjLapis Calaminaris, and Plaifter of Paris. 
(Bid pewter and tin, in pigs and plates. ^ : 

IWire of brafs and iron. 
Wool and Wood "unmanufa&u red. i O 't riQHo 

TONNAGE, 
By Act of Congrefs, approved 2d March, 1 799, to be paid 

at the time of entering; the vefTel, and before any per- 
% mit (hall be granted far unloading any part of the 

cargo, at the following rates : 

On all ftiips or vefFels, entering from any {©reign port or 
place. 

Psr ton. Cents* 
Ship orveflels of the United States, £ 

built within the United States after 
the 20th jnly, 1 789, but bejonging 
Wholly or in part to foreign powers, 
duly recorded, 30 

On ftthar mips or Veffels, 5^ 

Veuels of the United States, employed in thecoaft- 

ing tr^.de or rlmeries, duly lieenfed, per annum, 6 
Vt lie Is of the United States, (other than licewfed) 
taking in merchandise in a djft rict in one ftatey 



3 6 

to be delivered in a diftrift in another Hate, other 
than an adjoining it ate en the lea coaft, or on a 
navigable river, 4 

Other fhips or vefTels, taking in merchandize to be 
delivered in another diftrift, 50 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN DoUXtS< 

"Gold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of the 
ftandard prior to the year 1 792 ; for every 27 
grains, I oc 

Cold coins of France, Spain and the dominions 
of Spain, of the ftandard prior to the year 1792, 
for every 27 and 2 fifth grains, I oc 

Spanifh milled dollars— 17 pwt. 7 grs. 1 cc 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar* 

Crowns of France-^18 pwt. 17 grs. 1 IQ 

and in proportion for the paits of a crown. 
Provided, That no foreign coins ftiall be receivable 

which are not by law a tender for the payment of all 

debts, except in confequence of a proclamation of the 

Prefident of the United States, authorifing fuch foreigs 

coins to be received in payment of the duties and fees 

aforefaid. 

Rates $f Coins for efti 'mating Duties, 

Pound fterling of Great Britain, 

kivre Tcurnois of France, - 

Florin or Guilder of the United Netherlands, 

Mark banco of If amburgh, - 

Rix dollar of Denmark, - 

Ryal plate of Spain, - 

•— - Vallon of do. 

Ivlillree of Portugal, - - - 

Pound fterling of Ireland, - - ' - 

Tale of China, - 

Pagoda of India, ..... 

Rupee of Bengal, - 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as mayi 

Jje ? to the fuid rates, or the iwtrinfic value thereof, com-] 



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pared with the money of the United Statel, Providedi 
That it {hall be- lawful for the Prefident of the United 
States to caufe to be eftablifhed, fit and proper regula- 
tions for eftimating the duties on geods, wares and mer- 
ehandiee, imported into the United States, in refpeft tor 
which, the original coft fhall be exhibited in a depreciat- 
ed currency, iffued and circulated under authority of 
any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares and merchandize, imported 
from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the fame, (if ad 
valorem articles) 20 per cent to be added to the a«5tual 
coft thereof, including all charges, (commiflions, outfide 
packages, and infurance only excepted) and ten percent 
if from any foreign port, before the duties art calcu- 
lated. 

FEES OF OFFICE. 

To the CollUior and Naval offiter* 

Entry of a vefTelof ioo toss or upwards. 
Clearance, ^ do. do. 

Entry of a vefiel under ioo torn, 
Clearance, do. do. 

Every poft entry, 
Permit to land goods, 
Every bond taken officially, 

permit to land goods For exportation for 

drawback, 
debenture, or other ofiieial certificate, 
bill of health, 
Official document (regifter excepted) required 

by any perfon, o 2# 

To the Surveyor. 
! Admeafuring aad certifying the fame, of every 

Ihip or vefiel of ioo tons and under, per ton, o Qi 
i Admeafurement of every fhipor veffei, above ioo 

and not exceeding 20© tons, i 5» 

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38 

For all other services on board any ship or vessel 
of 100 tons and upwards, having on board 
goods, wares, or merchandize, subject to duty, 3 00 
For like services on board any ship or vessel 

of less than 100 tons, 1 50 

On all vessels not having on board goods, 
wares or merchandize, subject to duty, 1 66$ 

Allowances for draft. lb. 

Any qnantitv of 100 weight or 112 lb. 1 

above 100 and under 200, i 2 

200 and under 300, 3 

300 and under 400, - 4 

400 andunder 1800, 7 

1800 and upwards, 9 

Tares, lb. 

On every whole chest of bohea tea, 70 

half do. do. 36 

quarter do. do. 20 

chest of hyson or other green tea of 

70 lb. or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 and 70 lb. 18 

do. of 80 lb. 20 

do. from 80 lb. upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes,canvas and other coverings* 

On all other boxes of teas, according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 
On coffee in bags, 2 per cent, 

in bales, 3 

in cask?, 12 

On sugar, other than loaf sugar, in casks, 12 
in boxes, 15 

in bags or mats, 5 

On cocoa, in casks, 10 

in bags, 1 

On pimento, in casks, 16 

in bags, 3 

On cheese, in hampers or baskets, 10 
in boxes, 20 



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On candles, in boxes, 8 per cent 

On chocolate, in boxes, 10 

On cotton, in bales, 2 

in seroons, 6 

On glauber salts, in casks, 8 

On indigo, in barrels, 12 

in other casks, U 

in seroons, 10 

in bags or mats, 3 

On nails, in casks, 8 

On pepper, in casks, 12 

in bales, * 5 

in bags, 2 

On sugar candy, in boxes, 10 

On segars, in boxes, 18 

On soap, in boxes, 10 

On shot, in casks, 3 

On twine, in casks, ; 12 

in bales, 3 

On all other goods, according to the invoice 
thereof, as actual weight. 
Allowance for leakage and breakage. 
Two per cent allowed on the gauge on all merchai 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in casks. 
Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter, in bottle 
and live per cent on all oth&r liquors in bottles, to 1: 
deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of ureal 
age ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties on tl 
actual quantity by tale, a$ the option of the importe: 
at the time of entry. 

Terms of Credit. 
When the duties on ad valorem articles are less ths 
50 dollars, it must be paid immediately ; if specific, 
deposit must be made to secure the same, which whe 
ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where the sin 
payable by one person or co-portnership) shall amoui 
to more than fifty dollars, the following credit is a 



4<5 

lowed by law, except where any bond oh which the 
person or co-partnership entering such goods, wares, 
©r merchandize, are either principal or security, and 
•which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the West-Indies (salt 
exceryed) the one hah in three months, and the othe* 
Janlf in six months. 

On salt, in nine months. 

Oo Madeira, and other wines, twelve months. 

On all goods, £cc. from Europe, (wines, salt and 
teas excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, 
and one third in twelve months. 

On all goods. &x. (wines, salt, and teas excepted) 
from any other place than Europe and the West-In- 
dies, one half in six months^ one fourth in nine months, 
and one fourth in twelve months. 

On teas " from China or Europe, may be deposited 
at the option of the importer or importers (to be deter- 
mined at the time of making entry therefor) either to 
secure the dudes thereon, on the same terms and stip- 
ulations ason other goods, wares and merchandize im- 
ported, or to give his or her or their bond, to the col- 
/ lector of the district, Where any such teas shall be land- 
er], in double the amount of the duties thereupon, with 
condition for the payment of the said duties, in two 
years from the date of said bond ; which bond shall be 
accepted by such collector without surety, upon the 
terms following ; that is to say, The teas, for the duties 
■Whereof such bond shall be accepted, shall be deposit- 
ed at the expence and risk of the said importer or im- 
porters, in one or more store house or store houses, as 
the case mayrequire,tobe agreed upon," &c. The said 
teas to be delivered upon bond being given with one or 
1 more surety or sureties, to the satisfaction of the col- 
' lector u if the same shall not exceed 100 dollars, in four 
months ; if above 100 dollars, and not exceeding 500 
dollars, in eight months ; or if the same shall exceed 
£00 dollars, in twelve months j so that the term of ere- 



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ilit shall not extend the period beyond two years fror, 
the time of depositing the said teas : any teas remain 
ing after the term of two years, to be sold by the col 
lector, who shall return the surplus (after paying th< 
duties) to the owner or owners thereof. 

When the bonds given for duties shall become c\u? 
and not discharged, the collector to prosecute withou 
delay ; and in case ofinsohenc) or death, the U. State 
to bethe^rst creditor, " and if any executor, adminis 
trator, assignee, or any other person, shall pay am 
debt due by the person or estate, from whom, or foi 
which they are acting, previous to the debt or debt: 
due to the United States, being fully satisfied and paid 
shall become answerable in their (kvfi'flerson and es 
ta te for the same,or jjart thereof remaining unsatisfied 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, shall ii 
cases of insolvency or death of the principal, " hay \ 
and enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference 
for the recovery an& receipt ol the said money out o: 
the estate and effects of such msolveiit, or deceased 
Principal, as are reserved to the United States." 

When bonds are prosecuted • r tKe recovery of du- 
ties due to the United States, judgment to be granted 
at the return term, " unless the defendant shall in open 
court, the United States Attorney feeing present, make 
oath or affirmation, thatan error has been committed 
in the liquidation of the clutie^ demai cfecf upon such 
bond, specifying the errors alledged tc have bi .en CRiir- 
mitted,and that the same, haveh -d in writing 

to the collector of the disfnpt prior to the comn 
merit of the return term aforesaid^' 

On all bonds upon whfcli suits snail be commenced 
an interest shall be allowed at th'c rate* of s ; x percent 
per annum, from the time \ bonds became due 

until the payment thereof. 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and bonds 
to be given for securing the duties, if the whole or 
part of the cargo is destined to different districts, 
D a 



4* 

Porta of Entry und Delivery for Foreign Vessels* 

No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citi* 
sens of the United States, is admitted to unload at any 
port or place except the following : 

New- Hampshire — Port/mouth. Massachusetts—* 

Port land and Falmouth ,New -Bedford, Dighton, Salem and 
Beyerty, Gloueefter, N~ewburyport y Marblebead, Nantucket, 
Bofron an i Charleflown, Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's 
Bay, Wifcafl?t, Machias, Penobfcot.— Rhode Island— 
Newport, Providence. —Connecticut— New- London, Ne w 
Haven.- New- York — Neiv York.— New- Jersey — Perth- 
Amboy, Burlington- — Pennsylvania— Philadelphia.-— De- 
xaware — Wilmington, Newcaftle, Port-Penn.— Mary- 
land — Baltimore, Annapolis, Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown 
o» Potomack, Cheft: r town creek, Nottingham, Nanje- 
moy, Digges' Landing, Snowhill, Carro-fbarg— Vir- 
ginia — Alexandria, Kinfale, Newport, Tappahannock, 
Port Royal, Frederickfburg, Urbanna, Yorktown, Weft- 
Pointy Hampton, Bermuda hundred, Citypoint^ Rocket's 
Landing, Norfolk and Porijmsuth.— NorthCarol*na— 
Wil 'jugton, Netebern, Beaufort, Wajbington, Edentfn, 
Plankbridge^— South-Carolina — CharleJfon,Georfetown f 
Beaufort.— Georgia— Savannah^ $unbury % Brunfwick, Fre- 
derica, St. Mary's. 

Nor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good Hope,or 
"beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at the 
ports in the a! >ove list which are distinguished by Italic* 
Restrictions on Importations* 

No goods, wares, or merchandize,of foreign growth, 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, shall 
be brought into the U. States from any foreign port or 
place in any other manner than by sea ; nor in any ship 
or vessel of less than Thirty To?is burthen^ agreeable 
to the mode of ascertaining American tonnage, except 
in certain districts on the Northern,Northwestern and 
Western boundaries of the United States, adjoining to 
the dominions of Great Britain inUpper and Lower Ca- 
»ada ; andthe district* © a tfae. merovhiP ^MissisippU 



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j No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 
less capacity than Forty Gallons beer measure, or if 
1 in bottles, in packages less than Six Dozen, uwtev pe- 
nalty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported in- 
to the United States, from any foreign port or place, 
except in ships or vessels of the burthen of One Hun- 
dred and Tiventy tons and upwards, and in casks or 
packages, containing each not less than Six Hundred 
Pounds, on pain of forfeiting the said ship or vessel, 
and the loaf and lump sugar imported therein, except 
in such casks or packages as aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials ex- 
cepted) to be imported in casks or vessels of less ca- 
pacity than Ninety Gallons wine measure on pain of 
forfeiture, with the ship or vessel, nor in casks or ves- 
sels which have been marked pursuant to any law of 
the United States, on pain of forfeiture of the said re- 
fined lump or loaf sugar, and distilled spirits, together 
with the ship or vessel : Provided, that the forfeiture 
shall not be incurred on "any spirits imparted or bro't 
into the United States, in other casks or vessels as a- 
foresaid, or the ship or vessel in which they shall be 
brought, if such spirits shall be for the use of the sea- 
men on board of sxach ship or vessel, and shall not ex- 
ceed the quantity of four gallons for each seaman/ 'and 
which shall at the time of entry of the said vessel, be 
inserted in the manifest as the sea stores of such shifi 
#r vessel. 

INFORMATION GENERALLY. 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wines Of 
teas, subjects such articles to seizure, and fifty dollars 
fine, if such certificates are not delivered to the pur- 
chaser ; and if any cask, chest, vessel or ease, con- 
taining such articles, shall be found in the possession 
of awy person, without being marked and not being ac- 
companied with a certificate, the same is liable lo 
seizure. 



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On the sale of any cask~, &c. which have been 
marked, the marks to be defaced in presence of some 
officer of inspection or custom ; and the certificate of 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of one hun- 
dred dollars with costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports, not to be unladen but be- 
tween sunrise and sunset, without special licence, un- 
der a penalty of four hundred dollars on the master, 
and every other person concerned,disabiiity from hold- 
ing any office under the government of the U. States 
for seven years, and being advertised in the newspa- 
pers, with forfeiture of the goods ; and if above four 
hundred dollars, value of vessel and apparel. 

Goods removed before guaged, and weighed, and if 
wines, spirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
permission, are forfeited. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors and offi - 
cers of revenue cutters may go on board, examine and 
search vessels, have free access to the cabin, and seal 
packages, and after sunset secure the hatches, See— * 
Persons in charge of vessels, for breaking fastenings, 
but in presence of an officer, forfeit two hundred dv •■!]$. 

Officers may seise within or without their districts ; 
persons resisting or impeding them, forfeit four hun- 
dred dollars. 

The master or commander of anv vessel, that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any offi- 
cer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or vessel, 
for the purpose of carrying into effect any of the reve- 
nue laws of the United States, forfeits from fifty to 
five hundred dollars. 

Register Act. Everv owner of a vessel, residing 
within the limits of the United States, to swear to the 
register within ninety days after its being granted, or 
it becomes void, and the vessel and cargo pays foreign 
tonnage and duty. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

POR THE YfAR 1804. 



Executive and Legiflative Departments 

His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efq. Governor 
Hon. John The ^dwfxl. Efq. Lt. Governor. 

AS I$TA\TS. 
Oliver Ellfworth, Efq. | Chau: cey Goodrich, Efq, 
William Hillhoufe, Efq. | Jnn.ithui Brace, Efq. 
Aaron Anftin, Efq j John AMyn, £>'q. 

Roger Newbury, Efq. | William Edmond, Efq, 
iDavid Daggett, Efq | John Cheiier, Efq. 

Nathaniel Smith, Efq. | Elizur Goodrich. Efq. 
Samuel VVyllys, Efq. Secretary. 
John Porter, Efq Comptroller of Public Account*.' 
Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Treafurer. 



ROLL of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and October SelHons, ,803. 

MAY SESSION. 

Timotky Pitkin, Efq. Speaker. 
Jonathan O. Mofetey, and Lyman Law, Efq'rs, Clerks* 

HAR TFOjID, John Caldwell, Ephraim Root, 
Berlin, Amos Hosford, fames Nortk» 
Briftol, David Marks B Hungerford. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 
Grmby, Pliny HU'yer, fofeph Cornifo. 
H irtland, Uriel Holmes, I. Williams. 
Wethersfield John Cbefler, £. P. Belden. 
F irmington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jun. Speaker. 
Glaftenbury, Jonathan Wells, Samuel vVelh. 
Eaft-Hartford, S. Grifwold, S. Pitkin. 
Eaft-Wiucifor, Caleb Booth, Abie! WelcotU 



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SufHeld, Luther Loomis, Oliver Granger. 

Simfbury, George Humphreys, Willi mi Mather. 

Wind for, Jonathan Palmer, jus G. Grifwoid. 

Southington, Samuel Hart, Roger Whittlefey. 

New-Haven, Eiizur Goodrich, Noah vvebfter. 

Derby, J ofeph lliggs. 

Eft- Haven, Enos Hemingway. 

Guilford, Auguitus Collins, Nathaniel RoiTeter* 

Clufhire, Andrew Hull, llu-fus Hitchcock. 

Branford, Eli Fowler, Jonathan Mcrick. 

Milford, Abraham V. H De Witt, E. Clark. 

Oxford David Tomlinfon. 

Hamden, James BalTett. 

North Haven, .ofeph Bracket. 

Wall'ngford, Jared Potter. A. Curtifs. 

tVaterbury, J. Kingfoury, Ethel Bronfbn. 

Woodbrige, Abrer Bradley, E. Sanford. 

Wolcott, Mark Harrifon. 

New London. Lyman Law, George Colfax. 

Norwich, Elifea Hyde, Nathaniel Shipman, ju». 

Franklin, E ifaa Edgerton. 

Coichefter, Henry Champion, Daniel Watrous. 

Groton, JohnDaboll, Joieph Chapman. 

Bozrah, Elias Weft. 

Lyme, Matthew Grifwald, David F. Sill. 

Lifbon, David Hale. 

Mentvilte, Daniel Worthing^on. 

Prefton, Amos Avery, Alexander Stewart. 

Waterford, George Williams. 

Stonington, Latham Hull, N. Pendleton. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, David Burr. 

Norwalk, William M- Betts, D. Burrill. 

Brookfield, Jeflfe Noble. 

Stratford, labez H. Tomlinfon, Robert Fairchild. 

New-Fairfield, J ofeph Bearfe. 

Danbury, T. P. White, D. B Cooke. 

Greenwich, Jabez Fitch, Eliflaa Belcher. 

Huntington, Agur Judfon, E. Curtifs. 



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Newtown, A. Chapman, S. BlackmalB. 

4ew-Canaan Jofeph Siliiman. 

Heading, A. L Hill, ^eth S. Smith. 

fcidgefield,D Dauchy, jiin Samuel Stebbinfc 

Stamford, S Lockwood, J. W. Holly. 

Trumbull, Benjamin Burton. 

Wefton, William Prince, David Siliiman. 

Wilton, Matthew Marvin. 

Sherman, Samuel Allyn. 

VVindham, Hezekiah Ripley, Samuel Perkins* 

iAmfordj^Jofias Boyles, A. Simmons, jun. 

Brooklyn, Roger W. Williams. 

Canterbury, Jedediah Johpfoh, Stephen Butts. 

Killingly, Sampfon Hove, james Daniels, jun* 

Hampton, Ebenezer Mofeiey. 

Mansfield, Hem in ; torrs, effe Williams. 

(Lebanon, James Ma Ton, Salomon Williams. 

Pldinfieul, Jofeph Shepard, Jofeph Eaton. 

Pomfrct, Sylvanus Backus, Samuel Ingalls. 

Sterling, Archibald Gordon. 

Thorn pfon, Jonathan Nichols, Jonathan Jacobs. 

Voluntovvn, Samuel Robbins. 

Wooditock, E. Child s, 2d. John M'Cleltait. 

Litchtield, james Morris, Frederick \v olcort. 

^ethlem, David Bellamy. 

Canaan, Jonathan B-nrrill, Jonathan Elmer. 

Cornwall, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burnham* 

Barkhempfted, Ifrael Jones, PeJatiah Alien. 

Harwinten, James Brace, Daniel Catlin. 

Kent, Barzillai Station. 

New Milford, E. Boardman, S. Comftock. 

Norfolk, Nathaniel Stearnes, A- Pettibone. 

Gofhen, Birdfey Norton, Adino Hale. 

Colebrook, Grove Pinney, E Rockwell. 

New- Hartford, Seth Spencer, John Hend-.rfoH* 

Southbury, Shadrach Olborn. 

Plymouth, David Smith. 

Sharon, Judfon Canfieldj Daniel St. John* 



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Saftlbiiry, Teney Chittenden, p.- ChapfH 

ftoxbury, Abner Wakely. 

Torrington, Elifha Smith, Jabez Gilbert* 

Woodbury, J'. Strong, R. Mitckell. 

Wafhington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, Elijah Holme*. 

Watertewn, Samuel W. Southmayd. 

Warren, John Tallmadge. 

Winckeftar, Samuel Hurlbut, Horace Higby. 

&Tiddletown, Elij ah Hubbard, Enoch Parfonfi 

Haddam, Oliver Wells, Smith Clark. 

Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, David Clark. 

Durham, Dan Parmele- 

Eaft-Haddam, Jonathan O Mofeley, Eliphalet Holfil^i 

Killingworth, George Elliot. 

Savbrook, Jonathan Lay, Richard Ely. 

Tolland, Daniel Edgerton, Jonathan Barn* 

Ellington, Levi Wells, jun. 

Bolton, Jared Cone, Oliver King. 

Coventry, Jeremiah Uipley, D. White* 

Stafford, Eph. Hyde, Nathan Joknfon. 

fcomers, Jabez Collins, Giles Peafe. 

Union, Samuel Crawford. 

Wellington, Caleb Johafon, Samuel Duntea. 

fleferon, Sylvefter Gilbert, John T. Peters. 

OCTOBE* SESSION. \ 

Timotky Pitkin, Efq. Speaker: 

£ona. O. Mofely, Efq. Nathaniel Roffeter, Efq, Clerk^ 

Hartford, John Caldwell, Ephraim Root, 
Berlin, James North, Gad Stanley. 
Briftol, Benjamin Hungerford, T. Pettibone. 
Eaft-EIartford, ( hubael Grifwold, Samuel Pitkin, 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Abiel VI oleott. 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 
Farmmgton, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, juiu 
Glaftenbury, Samuel Wells, Afaph Coleman. 
Granby, Ciuuncy Pettibone! Hezekiah Holcomb* 



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artland, tTriel Holmes, I. Williams. 
Isimibury, Daniel Humph, ey, George Humphrey. 
Southington* Samuel Hart, Roger Whittlefey. 
Suffield, Luther Loomis, Oliver Granger. 
Wethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, Jofeph Bulkley. 
Windfor, Eliflia Moore, John Chaffee. 
New Haven, Thomas Painter, J. Townfend, jun. 
Branford, Eli Fowler, Jonathan Merrick. 
the (hire, Andrew Hull, Rufus Hitchcock. 
Derby, Jofeph Riggs. 
Eaft-Haven, Enos Hemmingway. 
Guilford, Auguftus Collins, Nathahicl RofTeter. 
ftamden, Medad Atwater. 
Milford, Abraham V. H. De Witt, Elias Clark. 
North-Haven, Jofeph Doolittle. 
Oxford, David Tomlinfon. 
Wallingford, Eliakim Hall, Caleb Coolc. 
Warterbury, 

Woodbridge, Abner Bradley, EHhu Sanford. 
Wolcott, Mark Harrifon. 

New-L*ndon, Abiftiai Woodward, Richard Douglafc 
feozrah, P^ofwell Fox. 

Colchefter, Henry Champion, John R. WatroUs. 
Franklin, Eliflia Edgertoh. 
% Groton, Phineas Hyde, Thomas B. Gray 
Lifbon, Septimas Lothrop. 

ifyme, Matthew Grifwold, Nathahiel Matfon. v 
Montville, Daniel Worthingtori. 
Norwich, Elifha Hyde, Nathahiel Shipman, jur. 
Prefton, Elias Brown, Charles Fanning. 
Stonington, Latham Hull, Nathan Pendleton. 
Waterford, Ifaac Rogers. 
Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturgefs, David Burr. 
Brookfield, Riverius Haw ley. 
Danbuiy, Daniel B. Cook, fames Clark- 
Greenwich, Jabez Fitch, EJkanah Mead. 
Huntington, Legrand M. Lewis, O. De Foreft, 
fcew-Canaan, Joiepli Sillimars 



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New Fairfie-d, ]ofeph Bearfs. 

N.wtown, jOhn an ford, David VTeeker. 

Norwaljc, - VViMiam M. Betts, Samuel Burrall. 

Reading, Seth S Smith. Andrew L. Hill. 

Ilidgfield, -amu'.'l Stebbins, Nathan Dauchy, jua. 

St am lord, Ifaac Lock wood, Nathan 'A eed. 

Stratford, jabezH. Tomlinlbn, S, Wheeler. 

Sherman, Samuel Alien. 

Trumbull, Stephen Middlebrook. 

Weiten, David Silliman, Abel Fantori. 

Wilron, Samuel Comftock- 

Windham, Hezekiah Ripley, Samuel Perkins, 

A'htord, joiias Bayles, Abel Simmons, 

Brooklyn, Rogei Williams. 

Canterbury, jedediah John fori, Stephen Butts. 

Hampton, Ebenezer Mofely. 

Kiiimgly, Sampfon Howe, James Danielfon. 

Lebanon, Daniel Tilden, Ifaiah Loomis. 

Mansfield, JelTe Williams, Iieman Storrs. 

Plainfield, Jonathan Hammett, Jofeph Eatoa. 

Pomtret, Silvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingalls. 

Thompfon, Jonathan Nichols, john Jacobs, jua. 

Voluntown, Mqfes Robbins. 

Sterling, Illiac Gallup. 

"VVooitftock, John M'Clellan, Chefter Childs. 

Li ichfilld, James Morris, Uriel Holmes, jua. 

Bcthkmi, Nehemtah Lambert. * 

Bark ham (ted, Peletiab Allen, Ifracl Jones. 

Can an, J rm Elmore, Jonathan Burral. 

Cornwall, Oliver Burn lam, Benjamin Gould. 

Co ebrook, Grove Pinney, Eleazer Bidwell. 

Go then, B|KJfey Norton, Ad'mo Hale. 

H.n-\vmgto:i, j allies i3race, T. Clark, 2d. 

K ht, Divi.l Comftock. 

N*w M irtford, Set') Sp.ncer, R. Bidwell. 

New-M Itbr !, L Baa dm an, E' Warner jusi. 

N rrfolk., S.tuin.I Stevens, A. Pcttioone. 

V\y mouth/ David ,niith. 



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'Roxbury, David Hammond. 
Sahfbury,T. Chittenden, jun. P. Chnpin. 
Sharon, J wdfon Canfield, Daniel St. John. 
Southbury, Simeon Hinman. 
Torrington, Eliiha Smith, Jabez Gillet. 
Warrtn, Nathaniel Swift. 

Vvalhington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, William Coggfw ell. 
Watertown, Thomas Fenn. 
Winchtftcr, EHphalez Alvord', B. Jenkins. 
Woodbury, Reuben Mitchell, John Strong. 
MrDDLEiowN, Elijah Hubbard, A flier Miller. 
Chut dm, Enoch .^age, John H. Strong. 
Durham, Charles Coe, Abraham Seranton. 
E ft H add am, Jona. O. Mofely, Eliphalet Holmes. 
Hiiddam, >.mith Chirk, Oliver Wells. 
Killirgworth, Nathan Wilcox, Abraham Pierfon. 
Saybro^k, Jonathan Lay, Jofcph Hill. 
Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Daniel Edgerton. 
Bolton, Oliver King, fared Cone, jun. 
Coventry, Jeremiah Ripley, Daniel White, 
Ellington, Jofeph Abbott, jun. 
Hebron, Elijah Houfe, John T. Peters. 
Somcrs, Jabez Collins, Giles Peafe. 
I Stafford, Elifha Alden, Nathan Johnfoa. 
Union, Samuel Crawford, Samuel Paul. 
Wellington, Abel Jolu-fon, Ruf'us Fiik. 



Nomination for Members of Council. 



No. 
Oliver EUfworth, 
William Hillhoufe, 
John Chefter, 
Roger Newbury, 
Aaron Auftin, 
David Daggct, 



votes. 
1 1,221 

10,963 

i°,937 
n,c68 



No. vot~s. 
Jonathan Brace, 11,292 
Nathaniel imith, 1 2 343 
John Allen, 11,1 ft 

Chauncey Goodrich, 11.438 
Wilbarn Edmmd, 11 302 
Llizur Goodrich; 11,299 



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No. votes. | No. 

Stephen T.Hofraer, i r 095 I Jonathan Barns, 
Si neon Baldwin, 10,891 j [ofeph Walker, 
Matthew Grifwold, 11,024 | Henry Champion, 
Shubael Abbe, 10,197 | Jabez Clark, 



votes. 
10.144 
io,c 9 8 
10,120 

9»479 



The following gentlemen received the number of 
votes affixed to their feveral names. 
No. 



Thomas Seymour, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Eb*nezer Barnard, 
Ruins Hitchcock, 
Elijah Munfon, 
Afa Spalding, 
&at.b m Hull, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Jabez Flteh.^ 
Walter Bradley, 



votes, 
6,701 

6,674 
6,40 i 

6,5*4 
6,509 

Mr 5 
6.455 
6.8c 9 
6,631 
6,556 



/ No. votes. 

J. H. Tomlinfon, 6,341 
Jonathan Devotion, 6,767 



Daniel Tilden, 
John Welch, 
Elijah Boardman, 
Ephraim Starr, 
William Hart, 
Ifaac Spencer, 2d. 
John T. Peters, 
Elifha Whittlefey, 



6,543 
6,395 
6,369 
6,0; 8 

6,746 
6,343 
6,130 

5,999 



Nomination for Members of Congrefs, 

Liit of perfons chofen in May 1802, to (land in Nomina- 
tion for Rjprefentatives in Coogref? from this ftate. 



John C. Smith, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Benjamin Talhnadge, 
Eli as Perkins, (refigned.) 
Samuel W. D:.na, 
Calvin Goddard, 
John Davenport, jnn. 
Timothy Fitkin,]un. 



Jonathan O Mofeler, 
Epaphroditus Champion t 
Lewis B. StarJet, 
Theodore D wight, 
lohn Caldwell, 
William Hart, 
Nathaniel Rorfeter, 
Sylvcfter Gilbert, 
Samuel B. Sherwood. 



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Judicial and Civil Departments. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COVRT. 

Hen. JcfTe Root, efq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Jona. Sturges, efq. | Hon Zephaniah Swift, cfc; 
Hon. bte. M. Mitchell, efq. J Hon. John Trumbull, efq 
Hon. Tapping Reeve, efq | 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eaft- Hartford.) 
Clerk, Hartford County. 

COUNTY of HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. | Pliny Hillyer, efq. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. J Eliphalet Terry, efq. 

Thomas Chefter, efq. Clerk and Treafurer. 



JUSTICES 

Hartford. 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Imlay,' 
Enoch Perkins, 
Ephraim Root, 
Andrew Kingfbury, 
Nathan Perkins, jun. 
Amafa Keyes, 
John Caldwell, efqrs. 

Berlin. 
Selah Hart, 
Gad tan ley, 
James'North, 
Amos Hosford, 
Elijah Hooker, efqrs. 



OF THE PEACE. 
Brljiol. 
Abraham Pettibone, 
Simeon Hart, 
Enos Ives, 
Bryan Hooker, efqrs. 
E aft -Hartford. 
George Pitkin, , 
Jonathan Welles, 
Elifha Pitkin, 
Samuel Flagg, 
George Griiwold, 
Bengali Phelps, efqrs* 

Enfield. 
John Reynolds, 
J Henry Terry, efqrs* 
| Eaft-Windfr. 

I Rofwell Grant > 
J Caleb Booth, 
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Abicl Wotcott, efqrs. 

Yarm'tngton, 
William udd, 
Ichabod Norton, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
John Mix, 

Timothy Pitkin, juri. 
Roger Hooker, efqrs. 

G.aftenbury. 
J>hillip Sellew, 
jofiah Hale, 
MlHha HaJe, 
Zeph. H. (Smith, efcjrs. 

Grr.nbj. 
Ozias Pettibon-?, 
judah Holcomb, jun. 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Hezckiah Holcomb, 
jofeph Corniih, efqrs. 

Hartland. 
tiriel <Holmes, 
John Treat, efqrs. 

SuifiM. ' 
Tha^deus Leavett, 
/\2i^ Granger* 
A fad Hathaway, 



Samuel Hate, 
Jofeph Auftin, efqrs. 

Soutbtngton, 
Timothy Clark, 
Roger Whittle fey, efqrs. 

Sintsbtiry. 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Ezra Adams, 
George Humphrey s,- 
Solomon Ev nt, efqrs. 

Wcthersfield. 
Samuel \V. Williams, 
Jofeph Bulkley, 
John Williams, 
Jofhua Belden.jun. 
fezekiel P. Belden, efqrs. 

IVindfor. 
Henry Allen, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Oliver Mather, 
Abiel Grifwold, 

ofiah BiOell, 
Ifaac. Owen, 
Elihu Mills, 
Simeon Grifwold, efsjr^. 



Thomas Y. Seymour, efq. ftate attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Hartford 
Thomas Y 'eymonr, 
Channcey Goodrich,. 
William S/fofelyj 
Jonathan Brac^, 
Ephraim. R.not, 
Kiioe'i Perkins, 



Theodore Dwight. 

Nathaniel Terry, 

William Biown, 

Jonathan W. E J wards, 
I \Valt:r Mitchel; 
I Thomas Day, 
J Titans Huntington, jr. 



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Elijah Adams, efqrs. 
Berlin. 
JDanie! Duwbar, 
i Jofcph L. Smith, efqrs* 

Briftol. 
Calvin Batler, efq. 

Ea/l-Hurtford. 
I llezekhb Flagg, efq. 

Eajl-Windfor. 
Daniel Biffell, jun. efq. 

Enfiuld. 
Henry Terry, efq. 
Farmington* 
William Judd, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Samuel Cowls, efqrs* 

Glafienbury. 
Zephaniah H. Smith, efq. 



Gratify. 
Thomas Uohcomb,- 
Andrew D. Hillyer, efqrs. 

Sims bury. 
William WilHlton, 
William Arms, efqrs. 

Southington. 
Roger Whittlefey,efq. 

Suffield. 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
William Gay, 
William Bradley, 
Seth Parfons, efqrs. 

IVethersfield. 
John Williams, efq. 

Wind/or, 
John Sargeaut, 
Roger Newbury, jr. efqrs. 
Wethers field, fherifF. 



Stephen Chefter, efq. 
Deputy Sheriffs. Simon Clark, Titus L. Biffell, Hart- 
ford. Nathan Merrow, Eaft-Hartfo d. Nehemiah 
Chandler, Enfield. Ezekiel Cowles, jun. Farmington. 
I Jofhua R. ?ewett, Cranhy. Oliver Hanchett, Suffield, 
j Chefter Clark, Wethersfield. Elihu Drake, Jonathan 
Palmer, jun. Windfor. 

Elijah Boardman, Hartford, Goaler. 









COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 
COVNTT COVKT. 

Simeon Briftol, efq. Chief Judge. 

Gideon Buckingham, efq. 1 John Kingfbury, efq. 

Nathaniel Rolfeter, efq. | Dyer White, elq. 

Henry Daggett, efq- Treafurer. 

Naphtali Daggett, Clerk. 

Dyer White, Clerk of the Superior Co\nt. 



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JUSTICES OF 

K'ew- Haven* 
James Hillhoufe, 
Henry Daggett, 
Jofepb Darling, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Thomas Painter, 
Noah Webfter, 
Ifaac Mills, 
Nathan Smith, 
Elifha Munfon, 
Jofeph Drake, e^rss 

Branford, 
Edward Ruffell, 
Orchard Gould, 
William Gould, 
Benjamin Page, 
James Barker, 
Solomon Lindiley, 
Beverly Munro, efqrs. 

Chejbire, 
Andrew Hull, 
Ifrael Bunnel, 
Burrage Beach, efqrs. 

Drby. 5 

John Humphreys, 
Xevi Tomlinfon, 
RuflTel Tomlinfon, 
Daniel Holebrook, 
Jofiah Dudley, efqrs. 

Raft- Haven* 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Enos Hemingway, 
Stephen Woodward, efqrs 

Ham den, 
John Hubbard, 



THE PEACE. 
Samuel Bellamy, efqrs. 

Guilford, 
Auguftus Collins, 
Miles Munger, 
Jonathan Todd, 
Henry Hill, 
Nathan Chidfey, 
Daniel Hand, jun. 
Nathaniel Griffing, efqrs. 

Mllford. 
Lewis Mallett, 
Stephen Gunn, 
Abraham V. H. Dewitt, 
William Atwater, 
Elias Clark, efqrs. 
North Haven* 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Samuel Mix, 
Jofeph Foot, efqrs. 

Oxford, 
John Riggs, 
David Tomlinfon, 
Thomas Clark, efqrs. 

Wallingford* 
Oliver Stanley, 
John M'Cleave, 
Samuel Woodruff, 
^Samuel Hall, 
Caleb Merriman, 
Zenas Mitchel, efqrs. 

Water bury, 
John Welton, 
Phineas Porter, 
John Lewis, jun. 
Ethel Brunfon, 
Abraham Fowler, efqrs. 



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Woodbridge* I Elihu Sanfard, jun. efqrs. 

Bavid French, j JVokott. 

Thomas Darling, | Mark Harrifon, 

Samuel Ofborne, j Charles Upfon, efqrs* 

Pierpont Edwards, efq. Jiate attorney. 

PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 

New-Haven. Jonathan Atwater, 



Pierpont Edwards, 
James Hiilhoufe, 
Jonathan Ingerfol, 
William Hillhoufe, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
David Daggett, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Dyer White, 
Nathan Smith, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Ifaic Mills, 
Levi Ives, jun. 
Ifiac M. Wales, 
Elihu Munfon, 
Stephen Twining, 
Seth P. Staples, 
^ John H. Lynde, 
William Bristol, 



Henry W. Edwards, 
Charles Donnifon, . 
De Lau. De Forelt, 
Afaph Dunbar, efqrs. 

Ch.Jhire. 
Burrage Beacii, efq. 
Derby. 
ohn Humphry, 
Joiiah Dudley, efqrs. 

Milford. 
Abraham V. H. Dewitr, 
David B Ingerfoll, efqrs. 

, Wailingford. 
Samuel Woodruff, 
George SV. Stanley, efqrs. 

Water bury. 
Cvnis Clark, 
Bcnnet Bionfon, efqrs. 



Jeife At water, 

Jehu Brainard, e fy- ficriff. 
j Deputy Jberlfs. Lockwood DeForeit, New- Haven. 
Ambrofe Cook, Wallingford. Benjamin Upfon, Water- 
bury, Abijah Holebrook, Derly 

jofrah 3. Morfe, New Haven, G safer. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON* 
COUVTT COURT. 
Hon.W T illiam Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Judge. 
William Noyes, efq. j Benjamin Colt, e*q. 

Charles Phelps, efq. | EUas Perkins, efq. 



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William Noyes, efq. Treafufer. 
Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. Clerk, and Clerk Sup Ccaft J 



JUSTICES OF 

New* Loudon. 
Marvin Wait, 
Jeremiah . •• Brainard, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Samue' Wheat, 
G-or^e Colfax, 
Lyman Law, tfqrs. 

Norwich. 
ElifhaHyde, 
Chiiftopher Leffingwell, 
An 'rew Huntington, 
Afa Spalding, 
Andrew Perkins, 
Zubdiel Rogers, 
Thomas Funning, 
James Lanman, efqrs. 

Bozrah. 
Afa Wood worth, 
Afa Fitch, 
Benjamin Weft, efqrs. 

Colchefier. 
John Watrous, 
Henry Champion, 
Joseph Ifham, 
Ebeaezer Lathrop, 
Joel Foot, 
John IQiam, 2d. 
J;mu R Watrous, 
Joel Worthington, 
Roger Bulkley, efqrs. 

Franklin. 
Eli Hyde, 
Silas Uanihorne, 



THE PEACE. 

Elifha Edg: rton, efqrr. 
Grot on. 

Ebenezer Ledyard, 

Amos Geer, 

•St irr Chefter, 

Jofeph Allyn, 

Ebenezer Avery, 2d. 

Ifaac Avery, 

John Daboll, efqrs. 
Lisbon. 
I Levi Perkins, jr. 

David Hale, efqrs. 
Lyme. 

Andrew Grifwold, 

Scth Ely, 

M tthew Grifwold, 

David F. Sill, 

Mofes Warren, jun. 

Calvin Leiden, 

David M. Jewett, 

Selden Warner, efqrs. 
MontvilU. 

fohnG. Hillhoufe, 

Jofhua Raymond, 

John Dolbear, 

Clement Bifbop, efqrs. 
Prejlo*. 

Samuel Mott, 

Jeremiah Halfey, 

Elias Brown, 

Daniel Morgan, jun. 

Nathaniel Lord, 

Oliver Crary, 
j Ifaac Avery, 



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[Uexander Stewart, 

afr pharles Fanning, efqrs. 



Stonitig\ on. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
jofliua Babcock, 
iUljah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Coddington Billings, 

Ala Spalding, efq. ftate attorney. 



Samuel Prentice, 
Stephen Hall, 
William A illiams, 
William Woodbridge, efqrs. 

Wat erf or d* 
Grifwold Avery, 
George * ill isms, 
Pardon T. Taber, efqrS. 



New- London. 
Marvin ait, 
(Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Lyman Law, 
Jac b B- Gurley, 
William P. Cleaveland, 
lirah [{ham, 
Elij .h Hubbard, 
Ehenez^r Learned, efqrs. 

Norwich. 
Elifha Hyde, 
Ala Spalding, 
•Jonathan Frifbie, 
Luther Spalding, 
William S. Hart, 
James Lanman, 
Charles Lathrop, 



PRACTISING ATTORNIE3. 



Joieph Williams efqrs* 

Colchefier. 
Benjamin Trumbull, 
Samuel A. Peters, efqrs* 

Grotcn. 
Elifha Williams, efq. 

Lyme 
Matthew Grifwold, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Richard M Curdy, 
David M. Jewett, efqrs* 

Prcfton. 
Jeremiah Haifey, 
Nathan Peters, efqrs* 

StO'.'tngtox. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Coddington Billings, 
John Root, ifqrs. 



John Hyde, 

Joihua* Huntington, efq. Nor-wi h y Jkctijf. 

Deputy Jherifs. William Richards, New-London. Be- 
la Peck, Shubael Breed. Norwich. Solomon icovelj 
Colcbejier. Watrous Brckwitll ytne. Ephraim Wil- 
liams Stgtiington. Adonjah F Bradford. M-mtviM^ 

GQiilers. Stephen HcMiipftead, Stw-Londen, 
5c th Miner, Norwich. 



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COUNTY OF FAIRflEtfr, 

coumr court. 

v Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Chief ~udge. 

Philip B. Bradley, efq. I Nathan Wheeler, efq. 

Jabez Fitch, efq J Ebenezer Davenport, efq. 

Lewis B Sturges, efq. Treafarer. 
David Burr, efq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior (Sourt. 



JUSTICES QF 

Fairfidd. 
Lewis B Sturges, 
Walter Bradley, 
Ebenezer jefTup, 
Jofeph Strong, 
liavid Allen, 
David .udah, 
Samuel Rowland, 
Ebenezer Banks, efqrs. 

D anbury. 
Eli Mygatt, 
Thomas Taylor* 
James Clark, 
Benjamin Hicoks, 
Matthew B. Whittlefey, 
Daniel B Cook, efqrs. 

Broohfietd, 
Amos Wheeler, 
Eli Perry, 
JciTe Noble, efcjrs. 

Greenwich, 
John M'Kray, 
Ebenezer Mead, 
Gilbert Clofe> efqrs. 

Huntington, 
Elifha Mills, 
Agur fudfon, 
Diodate SilMman, 
Ebene&er Beach, 



THE PEACE, 

Legrand M. Lewis, 

Othniel Deforeft, efqrs. 
Norwaik, 

Eliphalet Lockwood, 

Thaddeus Betts, 

Job Bai tram, 

Taylor Sherman, 

lloger M. Sherman, efqrs. 
New Canaan, 

Jofeph Silliman, 

Ifaac Pvichards, eiqrs, 
NeivFdirfitld. 

Nehemiah B^aniiley, * 

Jofeph Bearfe, jr. efqrs, 
Newtown . 

William hdmond, 

David Baldwin, 

Afa Chapman, 

Samuel C. Biackman, 

Zachariah Ferris, efqrs* 
Reading. 

Andrew L. Hill, 

James Rogers, 

William Heron, 

Seth S Smith, efqrs. 
Rtdgfield, 

John Benedict, 
. jomua King, 
I Vvilliam Forrefter^ 



Thomas St. John, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Mathan Smith, efqrs. 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jun. 
Reuben Scofield, 
David Maltbie, 
Samuel Webb, 
Mathan Weed, jr. efqrs. 

Sherman. 
James Potter, 
Stephen Barnes, 
Samuel Allen, efqrs. 

Stratford. 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah JVl'Euen, 
JabezH. Tomlinfon, 

Lewis B. Sturge 



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Daniel Judfo*, 
Jofeph Backus, 
Jofeph Walker, 
jofiahLacy, efqrs. 
Trumbull. 
Daniel Brinfmade, 
Stephen Beardfley, 
Lewis Burton, efqrsC 

Weflon. 

{John Sherwood, 
Jeremiah Kowland, efqrs. 

f Wilton. 

I Matthew Mead, 
Matthew Marvin, efqr«. 
I 
s, efq. flats attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Fairfield. 

David Burr, jun. 

MLewis B. Sturges, 

Samuel Rowland, 

Saml. B. Sherwood, efqrs. 

D anbury. 
Epaphras W. Bull, 
M. B. Whittlefey, 
John P. White, 
Mofes Hatch, efqrs. 

Greenivicb. 
Timothy Walker, efq. 

Newtouun. 
William Edmond, 
Samuel G. Blackman, 
Afa Chapman, 



I Timothy Shepherd, efqrs. 
Nor -a; a Ik. 
Taylor Sherman, 
Roger M. Sherman, efqts. 

Reading. 
Seth S. Smith, efq, 
Ridgfield. 
John Sloflbn, efq. 
Stamford. 
John Davenport, jun. 
James Stephens, 
Simon Miner, efqrs« 
Stratford. 

i Jofeph Walker, 
Rofwell Judfon, 
Robert Faiicbild 9 



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jofeph Backus, | Charles Boftwick, 

Benjamin Hall, | William Benedict, efqrs, 

Elijah Abel, efq. Jberiff. 
Beputy Sberifs. Stephen Barlow, Fairfield. Samuel 
Wildman,jun. Danbury. Herman Warner, Newtown. 
Thomas Keelor, Norwalk. Aaron Morehoufe, Reading, 
Jofeph Gray, Stamford. John Thompfon, Stratftrd. , 
Samuel M. Munfon, Huntington, 

Gaolers. Ozias Hanford, Fairfield. 

Samuel Wildman, jun. Danbury. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief fudge. 

Ebenezer Devotion, efq. I Hon. Thos. Grofvenor,efa[. 

Conftant Southworth, efq. j James Gordon, efq. 

James Gorden, efq. Trafurer. 
Samuel Gray, efq Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 
Windham. 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Samael Gray, 
Jabez Clark, 
Samuel Perkins, 
Nathaniel Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, efqrs. 

AJhford. 
Abel Simmons, jun. 
John Palmer, 
William vValker* 
Jofias Byles, 
William Perkins, efqrs. 

Brooklyn. 
Jofeph Baker, 
John Parifh, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 



THE PEACE. 
fames Eldredge, efqrs. 

Canterbury. 
Daniel Froft, 
Mofes Cleaveland, 
Luther Paine, 
Alexander Gordon, 
Afa Bacon, 
Ala Butts, efqrs. 
Hampten. 
Ebenezer MofeJy, 
Philip Pearl, 
James Burnet, efqrs. 

Killingly. 
Eleazer Moffet, 
James Danielfon, 
Ezra Hutchins, 
Warren, efqr** 



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- LebattiM. 
John Clark, 
James Pinee, 
Elkanah TifdaJe, 
Solomon Williams, 
Jeiemiah Mifon, 
Daniel Tilden, 
Pcleg Thomas, 
Thaddeus Clark, 
Afahel Clark, jun. efqrs. 

Mansfield. 
Frederick freeman, 
JefTe Williams, 
John Salter, 
Barzillai Swift, efqrs. 

Plahifiild. 
William Dixon, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Ephraim Wheeler, 
Joihua Dunlap, efqrs. 

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Timothy Lanabee 



Few fret. 
Lemuel Ingals, 
Lemuel Grofvenwr, 
Sylvar.us Backus , 
Eben. Kingfbury, efqrs. 

Sterling. 
John Gafton, 
John Wylie, efqrs. 

Thompfon. 
Jafon Phips, 
Thaddeus Learned, 
Noadiah Kufle 11, efqrs. 

Voiuntoivn. 
Allen Campbell, 
James Alexander, 
Jofeph Wylie, efqrs* 

Woodftock. 
John M'CleL'am, 
Nehemiuh Child, 
John Fox, 
Ebeaezer Ffttitn, 
Jeremiah Morfe, efqrs, 
efq. flute atto\ne«. 



PRACTISI 
Windhar/z. 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Jabez Clark, 
Samuel Perkins, 
John Baldwin, 
David W. Young, efqrs. 

4fiford. 
William Perkins, 
Menclricus Dow, 
David Bollcs, efqrs. 

Brooklyn. 
John Parim, 
Danid Keyes, efqrs. 



<Q ATT08NIES. 

Canterbury 
Rufus Adams, 
Afa Bacon, jun. efqrs. 

Lebanon. 
William T. Williams, 
Afahel Clark, efqrs. 

Mansfield. 
T. S. Williams, efq. 

PI air? fie Id. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard, 
jofeph Eaton, efqrs. 



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fomfret. 
Sylvanus Backus, 
John Holebrook, efqrs. 

Sterling* 
Jeremiah Parifh, efq. 



ThmpfomX 
George Learned, efij. 

Woodftock. 
John M'Clellan, 
Philip Hay ward, efqrs. 



Shubael Abbe, efq. Winahum s Jheriff. 
Deputy Jheriffs. Henry Webb, Chefter Abbe, Windham. 
John Perkins, Afif.rd. Walter Hough, Canterbury, 
Elifha Glsafon, Pomfret. Hubbard Button, Lebanon,' 
George Gordon, Plainfield. 

Benjamin Brewfter, Windham, Gaoler* 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Jofhua Porter, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Aaron Auftin, efq. j David Smith efq. 
Nathan Hale, efq. | Dan']. N. Brinfmade, efq. 

Julius Denying, efq. Treafurer. 
Frederick Wolcott, efq Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court* 



JUSTICES 
Litchfield. 
James Morris, 
Uriah Tracy, 
Mofes Seymour, 
j alius Deming, 
Frederick Wolcott, 
Seth Landon, 
Uriel Holmes, jun. 
Roger Marfh, 
Nathan BafTett, efqrs. 

Berkhempficad. 
Jofcph Wilder, 
Ifrael Jones, jun. 
Samuel Hayden, 
rdetiah Allen, efqrs. 

Bethlehem* 
Pavid Bellamy, 



OF THE PEACE. _ 

David Leavitt, jun. 
Ebcnezer Perkins, 
Billy Ambler, efqrs. 

Canaan. 
Jonathan BurralJ, 
Elizur Wright, 
John Adams, 
John Elmer, efqrs; 
Colebrook. 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Samuel Mills, efqrs* 

Cornwall. 
John Pierce, 
Judah Kellogg, 
Edward Rogers, 
\ John Sedgwick, efqrs; 



Gofien, 
Adino Hale, 
Samuel Hopkins, efqrs. 

Harivintox. 
Daniel Catlin, 
James Brace, 
Lewis Catlin, efqrs. 

Kent, 
Barzillai Slawfon, 
Julius Cattle, 
Matthew Elliot, efqrs. 

New- Hartford. 
Seth Spencer, 
Ab'mKellog, jun. efqrs. 

New-Mi If or d, 
Daniel Everitt, 
Jofiah Starr, 
fteuben Warner, jun. 
Pbilo Ruggles, 
Elifha Bofhvick, 
Abijah Treat, 
David S. Boardman, efqrs 

Norfolk, 
Giles Pettibone, 
Nathaniel Stephens, 
Elcazer Holt, efqrs. 

Plymouth. 
Daniel Potter, efq. 

Curtis Hurd, 
Phinehas Smith, 
Elihu Canfield, efqrs. 

Sharon, 
David Downes, 
Ifaac Pardee, 
Auguftus Taylor, 
John C. Smith, 

Hon. John Allen, 



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Jiuifcn Canfield, 
Daniel St. John, efqrs. 

Scutbtury, 
Jnftus Johnfon, 
Benjamin Stiles, jun; 
Shadrack Ofborn, 
Simeon Hinman, efqrs* 

Salisbury, 
Lot Norton, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Samuel Lee, 
Elifha Sterling, 
Anfon Sterling, efqrs. 

Torrif7ftt?i, 
Shubael Grifwold, 
Elifha Smith, 
William Battle, efqrs. 

Wajljivglon, 
David Whittlefey, 
David Judfon, 
William Cogfwell, 
Elijah Hazen, efqrs. 

Winehefter, 
Eliphaz Alvord, 
Samuel Hurlbut, 
Solomon Rockwell, efqrs, 
Warrtn. Nathaniel Swift, 
John Talmadge, eiqrs. 

Wattrto-wri. 
Thomas Ftnn, 
E!i Curtifs, 
Elijah Woodward, 
S. Vv . 5outhmaydj efqrs. 
I ■ Woodbury, 

"( Nathan Preilon, 
" Noah B. Benedict, 

Reuben Mitchel, efqrs. 
efq. JiaU attorney, 

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y*ACTJSlNe ATTORNIES. 



Litchfield. 

John Allen, ' 
Isaac Baldwin, jun. 
Uriel Holmes, 
James Gould, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, 
Elijah Adams, esqrs. 

Canaan, 
Thomas Wilcox, 
John Elmer, esqrs. 

Kent. 
Barzillai Slawson, esq. 

Norfolk. 
T.dmond Aikins, 
Augustus Pettibone, 
Michael F. Mills, 
Sereno Pettibone, esqrs. 

New* Ha rtford. 
Roeer Mills, esq. 

Nenv-Milford* 
Daniel Everitt, 
David S, Boardman, 
Philo Ruggles. 
Carolus ftostwick, esqrs. 
Plymouth. 



Souihbitry. 
Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
Simeon Hinman, esqrs. 

Sharon. 
Judson Canfield, 
John C. Smith, 
Cyrus Swan, 
William G. Williams, 
— — Petti t, esqrs. 

Salisbury. 
Adonijah Strong, 
Joseph Canfield, 2d. 
Elisha Sterling, 
Martin Strong, esqrs. 

Washington. 
William Cogswell, esq. 

Watertown. 
Sam.Southrnayd,jun.esq. 

Winchester. 
Phineas Miner, esq. 

Woodbury. 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B* Benedict, 
William Hawley, esqrs. 



Linus Fenn, esq. 

John R. Landon, esq. sheriff. 

Deputy sheriffs. Dan Harrison, Litchfield. Samuel 
Comstock, New-Miltbrd. Nathaniel Robbins, Nor? 
J bi!c. Montgomery Austin, New-Harfford. Timo- 
thy Chittenden, Salisbury. Garwood H. Cunning- 
ham, Woodbury. John Colhoun, Cornwall. 
Reuben Webster 3 gader. 



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COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

COUNTY COURT. 

John Dickson, esq. Chief Judge. 
6 'fonathan Lay, esq. I Eliphalet Holmes, esq. 

'Elijah Hubbard, esq. | William Morgan, esq. 

Jonathan Lay, esq. Treasurer, 
ohn Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court, 



JUSTICES OF 

Middletown. 
Asher Miller, 
Isaac Miller, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Amos Churchill, 
Isaac Gridley, 
| Chauncey. Whittlesey, 
Stephen T. Hesmer, 
Matthew T. Russell; 
Nehemiah Hubbard, jun 
Ebenezer Sage, esqrs. 

Chatham* 
James Bill, 
I Hezekiah Goodrich, 
Chauncey Bulkley, 
Daniel Shepherd, 
' David White, 
Seth Overton, 
John Parmele, 
Stephen Griffith, 
David Clark, esqrs. 

Durham. 
Simeon Parsons, 
Dan Parmelee, 
Charles Coe, esqrs. 
East~Haddam. 
Isaac Spencer, jun. 

Jonathan O. Moseley, 



THE PEACE. 

Jonathan O. Moseley, 
Abner Hall, 
Jared Spencer, 
Timothy Gates, 3d. 
Jabez Chapman, esqrs. 

Haddam. 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Edward Selden, 
Daniel Brainerd, 
Smith Clark, 
Stephen Tibball, esqr&» 

Killingworth • 
Job Wright, 
Martin Lord, 
Joseph Wilcox, jun. 
Abraham Pierson, esqrs. 

Saybrook. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bull, 
Samuel Williams, 
Samuel Tully, 
John Stannard, jun. esqrSa 

esq. Vtatc attorney* 



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PRACTISING 

Middle town. 
Stephen T. Hosmer, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Matthew T. Russell, 
Enoch Huntington, jun. 
Alexander Collins, 
S. G. Huntington, esqrs. 

Chatham. 
Asahel H. Strong. 
John H. Peters, esqrs. 

Enoch Parsons, esq. sheriff*. . 
Defiuty sheriffs. William Smith, Haddam. Wil- 
liam Gelston, East- Haddam* Danforth Clark, Say--- 
foook. Ralph Smith, Chatham. 

Goalers. (None at Middletown. ) 
William Smith, Haddam. 



ATTORNIES. 

East-Haddtfm* 
Jonathan O. Moseley, 
Jared Spencer, esqrs. 

Haddam. 
Sherman Everest, esq. 

Killing worth. 
Noah Lester, esq. 
Say brook. 
George W. Jewett, esq. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 
COUNTY COURT. 

Samuel Gilbert, esq. Chief Judge. 
Jeremiah Ripley, esq. | Jesse Cady, esq. 
Jeremiah West, esq. | Samuel Dunton, esq. 
Ephraim Grant, jun. esq. Treasurer and CIer£, and 
Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlesey, 
J. Barnes, esqrs. 
Bolton. 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabocl Warner, 
Oilver King, 
Jared Cone, jun. esqrs. 

Coventry. 
Ephraim Kingsbury, 



THE PEACE. 

Benajah Strong, 
John Hale, 
Eleazer Pomeroy, 
Daniel Burnap, 
Nathan Hazard, esqrs* 

Ellington. 
Matthew Hyde, 
Levi Welles, 
Isaac Welles, esqrs. 



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Hebron* 
I Elijah Kellog, 
Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvester Gilbert, 
Benjamin Buell, 
J Elijah House, 
I Joel Jones, 
E. L. Lathrop, esqrs 

Somers. 
Simon Fobes, jun. 
Giles Pease, 

Sylvester Gilbert 



Benjamin Phelps, esqrn 

Stafford. 
John Phelps, 
Eleazer W. Phelps, 
Eliab Alden, esqrs. 

Union. 
Solomon Wales, 
Sam'l Crawford, esqrs* 

Willingtxm. 
Elisha Johnson, esq. 



, esq. state attorney* 



Tolland. 
Samuel Whittlesey, 
Jonathan Barnes, 
Elisha Stearns, esqrs. 

Hebron. 
Sylvester Gilbert, 
John T. Peters, • 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Asa Willey, esqrs. 

Somers. 
Elisha Wales, esq. 

Stafford. " 
Calvin Willey, 
Eleazer W. Phelps, 
Isaac Perkins, esqrs. 



Elijah Chapman, jun. esq. sheriff. 
Deputy sheriffs. William Williams, Tolland. 
Geo. O. Gilbert, Hebron, Aholiab Johnson, Stafford* 
Win. Williams, gaoler. 



Courts of Probate. 

Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Hartford, Jonathan Bull, esq. Mr. James Wells. 
N. Haven, E.Goodrich, esq. Mr. J. H. Lynde. 
N. London, Hon. W. Hillhouse,Lyman Law, esq. 
Fairjield, Sam'l Rowland,esq. 
Windham, Hon. W.Williams, Mr. Sol. Williams. 
Litchfield, Fred.Wolcott, esq. Mr. Roger Skinner. 
Middletown John Dickinson,esq.Mr. John Fisk. 
Plainfield, James Gordon, esq.Mr. J. Douglass, jr. 
Guitfbrd, Edw'd Russell, esq.Henry Hill, esq. 



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Woodbury, Nathan Preston,esq.N. B.Benedict, cs^j 
Stamford, J.Davenport, jr. esq.E. Davenport, esq. 
Banbury, Hon. J. P. Cook, Mr. J. P. Cook, jr. 
£. lfaddam,Is2LQ.c Spencer, esq. Jared Spencer,esq. 
Norwich, A. Huntington,esq. Mr. J. Huntington, 
Pom/ret, Hon. T.Grosvenor.L. Grosvenor, esq, 
Sharon, Joshua Porter, esq. Mr. J. Porter, jr. 
Stafford, Jesse Cady, esq. E. W. Phelps, esq. 
Simsbury, Noah Phelps, esq. Mr. N. A. Phelps, 
Stonington, Charles Phelps,esq.Mr. Stiles Phelps. 
Farmington Hon. J. Tread well, Mr. Martin Bull. 
WaUingfordQlivzY Stanley, esq.Mr. G.W.Stanley. 
Saybrook, Hez. Lane, esq. Mr. Dan Lane. 
Stratford, Robert Walker , x esq Joseph Walker, esq, 
M. Windsor, YA\^\\. Terry, esq. Mr. Henry Terry, 
Waterbury, Jos. Hopkins, esq. Mr. Edw'd Porter, 
JKorwalk, T. Sherman, esq. Mr. A. Pettibone. 
N.Milford, Daniel Everit, esq. Philo Ru<rgles, esq, 
Hebron, Samuel Gilbert,esq.G. O. Gilbert, esq. 

Notaries Public. 

Hartford £ Encch Perkins > 
xiarnoicl, ^ T1 ^ e( 3 Clore D wight. 

"1 Elizur Goodrich, 
New-Haven, > Dyer White, 

j John H. Lvnde. 
Derby, John Humphreys, jun. 
Milford, David B. Ingers'il. 

New-London, ^y man Law, 

' cEben^zer Learned* 

Norwich P ames Lanman, 
JNorwicn, £ wiuiam s . HarU 

Stonington, Edward Smith. 
Lyme William Noyes. 
Preston, Samuel Mott. 
Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges. 



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Windham, Samuel Perkins, 
Ptainfield, Calvin Goddard. 
Woodstock, Jeclediah Morse. 
Litchfield, Frederick Wolcott. 
New-Milford, Daniel Everitt. 
Sharfon, John C. Smith. 

Middletown, f ^r r T T 'J? USSe1 ' 

' C Stephen 1 . Hosmer. 

Suffield, Hezekiah Huntington. 
Norwalk, Eliphalet Lockwooci. 
Bridgport, Joseph Backus. 
Stratford, Robert Walker. 
Colchester, Daniel Watrous. 
Danbury, Amos Cook. 
Ridgfield, Nathan Dauchy, jun. 
Haddam, Sherman Everest. 



Minifters and Churches 
LYTHE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



Hartford. 
Rev.NathanStrong, D.D* 

Abel Flint, 

NathanPerkins,D D. 

Menzies Rayner, E. 

Vacant, B. 

Berlin, J. Smalley,D.D. 

Benoni Upson, 

Evan Johns, 

Plurality, E* 

Bristol, Giles H.Cowles, 

Jonathan Miller, 

A* Stillman, B. 

Daniel Wildman, B. 



B, 



East* Hartford^ 
Andrew Yates, 
Salmqn King, 
Christo.Miuer, 

East- Windsor, 

DavidM'Clure,D,D. 
Vacant. 

Enfield, 

Nehemiah Pruden, 
Vacant. ( C« 

• Farmington, 

Joseph Washburn, 
Rufus Hawley. 



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Glastonbury, 

W. Lockwood, 
James Eells. 

Granby, Isaac Porter, 
Whitefield Cowles. 
Vacant, E. 

Hart land, Aaron Church. 
Nathaniel Gay lord. 

Soutlmigton, 

William Rcb'mson, 
Plurality, E. 

Suffield, ELenezer Gay, 
Dmiel Waldo, 
John Hastings, B. 



Simsbury, S. Stebbins, 
Jeremiah Haliock, 
Vacant, E. 

Vacant, B. 

Wethertjitld, 
John Marsh, 
Joshua Belden, 
Cah in Chap in* 

Windsor, 

Henrv A.*Rowland t 
William F. Miller, 
Vacant, . 

Ashbei Gillet. B, 
Fred. Chapman, B. 



COUNTY OF N 

New- Haven. 
Rev. James iJaaa,D.D. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 

A. Jarvis, D.D. E. 

Bela Hubbard, E. 

Noah Willistoa, 
Mranford, 

Lynde Huntington, 

Matthew Noyes, 

Samuel Eells, 

Ammi Rogers, E* 

Vacant, 
Cheshire, John Foot, 

Oliver Hitchcock, 

Reuben Ives, E. 
Derby, 

Amasa Porter, 

R.Mansneld,D.D,E. 

Plurality, E. 

Abner Smith. 



EW-H AVEN. 

East-Haven, 

Nicholas Street, 

Vacant, E, 

Guilford, 

Israel Braniard, 

John Elliot, 

Thomas WellsBrry, 

Vacant, 

Burgess E. 

Ha m den , Vacan t . 
Milford, Beza Piueo. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, E« 

JKorth- Haven, 

B. Trumbull, B. D. 

Plurality, " E, 

Oxford, David Bronson, 

Piurallity, E. 

IVallingford^ 

James Noyes, 

Erastus Pupley, 



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Seth Higby, B. 

Vacant, 
ftj Vacant, E. 

Holland Weeks, 
Tillotson Bronson,E. 
Vacant, 



Ira Hart, 

Plurality, E. 

Woodbridge, 

Claudius Herri ck, 

Stephen Hawley. 
Wolcott, 

Is. B. Woodward. 



COUNTY OF 

New -London. 
ev. Henry Channing, 
Charles Seabury, E. 
Samuel West, B. 
\\JBozrah, Jona. Murdock, 
Vacant, B. 

tjCol chest er ,SalmonC one , 
f Robert Robbins, 
I Vacant, Vacant, 

Asa Wilcox, B. 
Franklin, Samuel Nott, 
Groton, Vacant, Vacant, 
Vacant, C. 

Silas Burrows, B. 
Gano Whitman, B. 
isbon, Vacant, 
Andrew Lee. 
Amos Reed, B. 

Z?/?>2?,Lathrop Rockwell, 
Vacant, 



NEW-LONDON. 

David Huntington, 

Jason Lee, B* 

Vacant, C. 

Montville,Ab\s\i2L\ Alden, 

Reuben Palmer, B. 
Norwich, Joseph Strong, 

John Tyler, E. 

Walter King. 

John Sterry, B f 

Preston, Lemuel Tyler, 

Levi Hart, D. D. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, C» 

Tho's Goddard, B. 

Stonington, Va. va. 

Christopher Avery,C 

Nicholas Randall, B. 

Simeon Brown, B. 

Wm. Gardiner, B. 
Waterford, Z.Darrow,B. 



COUNTT OF FAIRFIELD. 



Fairfield '. 
Rev. Andrew Elliott, 
Hez. Ripley, D. D. 
Vacant, 

Phi!o Shelton, E. 
Vacant, B. 



Brookjield, Vacant, 

Plurality, E. 

Banbury, Israel Ward, 

John Ely, 

Vacant, E. 

Eben. White, Sandi. 
G 



Nathan fcttckley, B. 

Vacant, B. 

Greenwich^ Vacant, 

Isaac Lewis, D. D. 

Piatt Buffett, 

Plurality, . E. 

Huntington, David Ely, 

Elisha Rexford, 

Ambrose T©dd, E. 
Nenv+Canaan, 

Justus Mitchell, 

Plurality, E. 

Ne<vo~ Fairfield, 

Medad Rogers* 
JVewtoivn, Jehu Clark, 

Daniel Burn ans,' E. 

John feherman, B. 

Solomon Glover, U. 
JVbrwalk, 

MatthiasBurnet, D.D. 

-Whitlock, . E. 

Reading, Nath'l Bartlett, 

David Butler, E. 



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Bidgfield, 

Samuel Goodrich* 

Samuel Camp, 

Vacant, B. 

Plurality, E. 

Sherman, 

Maltby Gelston, 
Sta?riford, Daniel Smithy 

Moses Mather, D.D* 

Amzi Lewis, 

Calvin White, E. 

Ebenezer Fei*ris, B« 
Stratford^ 

Stephen W.Stebbins, 

Ashbel Baldwin, E. 

Samuel Blatchford, 

Asahel Morse, B* 
Trumbull, Vacant* 
Weston, James Johnson, 

John Noyes, 

Plurality, E« 

Wilton^ John J. Carle. 



COUNTY OF 

tVindham* 
Rev. Elijah Waterman, 

JamesCogswell,D.D. 

John Palmer, C. 

Benjamin Lathrop,B. 

Plurality, E. 

i/ishford, Enoch Pond, 

William Storrs, 

Andrew Judson, 

Vacant, B. 

John Rathbun, B. 



WINDHA3V*. 

Brooklyn, 

Josiah Whitney ,D.D* 

Daniel Fogg, E* 

Cahttrburv, Vacant, 

John Staples. 
Hampton, 

Ludovicus Weld, 

Abel Palmer, B* 
Killinglv, Elisha Atkins, 

Israel Day, 

Vacant, 



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Peter Rogers, B. 
\ebanon, Zebulon Ely, 
| William B, Ripley, 

Thomas Brockway, 

John Gurley, 

Vacant, B. 

\Tansfic Id Jo\m Sherman, 

Moses C. Welch. 
llainficld, Joel Benedict, 

Cole, B. 

COUNTY OF 

Litchfield. 

. Judah Champion, 1 

Dan Huntington, 3 

Amos Chase, 

Joseph E. Camp, 

Vacant, 

Truman Marsh, E. 

Benjamin Judd. 
ISethlehem^ Azel Backus, 
n crkhemfisteady 

Ozias Eells, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

'o/^reo^ChaunceyLee. 
Canaan, Vacant. 

Solomon Morgan, 

Vacant, " E. 

Cornwall, 

Hercu'es Weston, 

Vacant. 
Goshen, Asahel Hooker. 
Harnwntori) 

Joshua Williams, 

Alex. V.Grisw old, E. 
Kent, Joel Boar dwell, 
Kvw~Miford) Vacant. 



Pomfrct, Asa King, 
Walter Lyon, 

Sterling, Vacant. 

Thompson, Daniel Dow, 
Pierson Crcsby, B. 

Voluntown, Va. Va. 

Woodstock ffl\y>\\JLymvt\ f 
William Graves, 
Alvin Underwood, 
Amos Wells, B. 



LITCHFIELD. 

Vacant, E« 

New -Hartford, 

Amasa Jerome, 

Vacant, B. 

Norfolk, 

Ammi R. Robbins. 
Plymouth, 

Simon Waterman, 

Plurality, E. 

Roxbury, Zeph. Swift, 

Plurality, 

Vacant, E* 

Vacant, B. 

Sharon,C(, tt<m M. Smith, 

Daniel Parker. 
Salisbury, 

Joseph W.Crossman. 
SoutfiburyJtA n.Wiklman 

« Matthias Katie r. 
TorringtGV, A^ex. Gillet, 

Samuel J. Mills. 
Washington, 

Ebenezer Porter, 

Jeremiah Day, 

Plurality, 

Plurality, E. 



Warten, Peter Starr. 

Vc.cant, B. 

Watertown, 

Uriel Gridley, 

Chauncy Prindle, E. 
Woodbury, 



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Noah Benedict, 
Vacant, t 

Winchester, 

Archibald Basset, 
Vacant. 



COUNTY OF 

Middletown, 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 

C.Merriam, E. 
, ; Gershom Bulkley, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

Vacant, 

Joseph Graves, C. 

-— Moffat, B. 

"Chatham, 

CyprianStrong, D.D. 

David Selden, 

Joel West, 

Vacant, B.- 

Smith Miles, E. 
Xturham, David Smith. 



MIDDLESEX. 

East-Haddam, 

Elijah Parson^, 

William Lyman, 

Joseph Vail, . 

Simeon Dickinson,!! 

Solo. Blakeslee, E< 
Haddam, Vacant. 
Killingworth, 

Achilles Mansfield, 

Josiah B. Andrews* 
Saybrook, 

F. W. Hotchkiss, 

Richard Ely, 

Vacant, 

Samuel Mills, 

Plurality, 

Geo. Atwell, 



B. 



COUNTY OF 

Tolland. 
Kev. N. Williams D. D. 
Bolton, George Cohon, 

Ebenezer Kellog. 
Coventry, Abiel Abbot, 

Eph. T.Woodruff, 

Royal Tyler. 
JLllivgton, 

Diodate Brockway. 
Hebron, Amos Bassett, 

M. Giltett, 



E. 



TOLLAND. 

Vacant, 
Somers, 

CharlesBackuSjD.D. 
Stafford, 

John Willard, D. D* 

Isaac Foster, 

Vacant. 
Union, Vacant. 
Willington, Vacant, 

David Lillibridge, B. 



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i I • 

-' nJ| General Association. ConneGicut. 

'rasters appointed to give letters commendatory 
tx) ministers of the gospel, travelling into other 
states* 
The Rev. Dr. Nathan Perkins, Hartiord N. Rev 
m. Robinson, Hartford S. Rev. Dr. Benjamin 
Trumbull, New -Haven W. Rev. Thomas W. Bray, 
New -Haven E. Rev. Joseph Strong, New -London, 
[Rev. Dr. Isaac Lewis, Fairfield W. Rev. David Ely, 
Fairfield E. Rev. Moses C. Welch, Windham origi- 
nal Association* Rev. Andrew Lee, Windham E. 
ff Rev. Samuel J. Mills, Litchfield N. Rev. Dan Hun- 
%ington, Litchfield S. Rev. Elijah Parsons, Middle- 
sex ; Rev. Dr. Nathan Williams, Tolland. 

Delegates appointed to the General Assembly of 
the Fresbytertan Church, to meet in Philadtljihia^ 
on the third Thursday ofMay y A.D. 1804. 

The Rev. David Ely, and the Rev. Matthias Bur- 
net, D; D. 

The Rev. Dan. Huntington and Rev. William Ly- 
man, are appointed substitutes in case of failure cf the 
delegates. 

List of unsettled Ministers and candidates, continu- 
ing to preach, under the licenses of the district as- 
sociations of Connecticut. 

Rev. Ezekiel J. Chapman, Saybrook ; Rev. Cal- 
vin Ingalls, Stafford ; Henry Davis, New-Haren ; 
Robert Porter, Farmington \ Gideon Burt, Long- 
Meadow, Massachusetts ; David B. Ripley, Pom- 
fret ; Jabez Mnnsel, Franklin ; Mm Lord, Water- 
ford ; Isaac Knap, Norfolk ; James Eells,jun. Glas- 
tenbury ; Henry Bigetav/, Colchester ; Rev. Tho- 
mas Robbins ? Norfolk ; Josiah Haves, Warren ; 
Rev. Micajah Porter, Voluntown ^ Rev. Hezekiah 
N. Woodruff; Stonington ; Rev. David Avery, Man*- 
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field ; Timothy Williams, Woodstock ; Aaron Ho 
vey, jr. Mansfield ; Thomas Williams, Pomfret 
Rev. Aaron Cleaveland, Hartford ; Bancroft Few 
ler, Yale College ; Shubael Bartlett, Yale College : 
Elisha Yale, Lenox, Mass. Jeremiah Osborne, Le- 
nox, Mass. Oliver Wetmore, Hartford ; Nathaniel 
Dwight, Wethersfield ; Rev. James W.Wood ward, 
Hanover, N. H. Andrew Elliot, Fairfield ; Rev. Si- 
mon Backus, Guilford ; Ebenezer G. Marsh, Yale 
College ; Jeremiah Day, Yale College ; John Niles, 
Killingworth ; Timothy Stone, Milford ; William 
Hart, Berlin ; Pitkin Cowles, Southington ; Mica j ah 
Carrington, Milford ; Rev. Benjamin Bell, Hubbil 
Loom is, Colchester ; Abiel Russel, Greenwich, Mass. 
Rev. Aaron KTnne, Winsted ; Prentis, Bethle- 
hem ; Gurdon Johnson, Granby. 

The next meeting of the General Association will 
be holden at the House of the Rev. Benjamin Trum- 
bull, D. D. in North-Haven, on the third Tuesday of 
June next. 



Miflionary Society* 

OFFICERS. 

Trustees. His Honor John Treadwell, the Hon. 
Roger Newberry, Jonathan Brace, John Davenport, 
Aaron Austin, and Oliver Ellsworth esqrs. The 
Rev. Dr. Benjamin Trumbull, Dr. Levi Hart, Dr. 
Cyprian Strong, Dr. Nathan Strong, Dr. Nathan 
Perkins, Dr. Charles Backus. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
John Porter, esq. Auditor* 



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Incorporated Cities. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Esq. Mayor. . 
Aldermen. 
Henry Daggett, esq*. I Simeon Baldwin, esq* 
Joseph Darling,esq. | Isaac Mills, esq. 
John Skinner, City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Lock wood De Forest, 7 C u^«% 
Josiah B. Morse, ^Sheriffs. 
Common-Council Men, 
Mess. Isaac Beers, Elias Shipman, James Hill- 
house, Hezekiah Hotchkiss, Thaddeus Beecher, 
Stephen Ailing, Noah Webster, James Merriman, 
Joseph Drake, Nathan Smith. 

(Annual meeting, the first Tuesday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 
Hon. Richard Law, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Winthrop Saltonstall, esq. I Samuel Wheat, esq* 
Guy Richards, esq. | Simon Woicott, esq. 

Lyman Law, Clerk City Court. 
Samuel Belden, City Clerk. 
William Richards, "> a Wl -fc, 
Joshua Hempstead. 5 bneims- 
Common Council Men* 
Mess. George Colfax, Elisha Hinman, Jared Starr, 
-John Woodward, Thaddeus Brooks, John Way. 
(Annual meeting the second Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 

Thomas Seymour, Esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Chauncey Goodrich, esq. I John Caldwell, esq. 
Jonathan Braee, esq. | John Morgan, esq. 

Solomon Forter, esq. Clerk, 



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\ Simon Clark, 7 (,,„.- 

Nathaniel Skinner, j Shenflfe - 
Common Council Men. 
Mess. Ephraim Root, George Goodwin, Enoch 
Perkins, Isaac Bull, Miles Beach, James Bull, Ed- 
ward Danforth, Richard Goodman, Zebulon Sey- 
mour, Roderick Sheldon, James Hosmer, Joseph 
Utley. 

(Annual meeting the last Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Asher Miller, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. I Arthur Magill, esq. 

Chauncey Whittlesey, esq. | William Plumbe,esq. 

John Fisk, Clerk. 

Common Council Men. 

Mess. Lambert Cooper, Giles Meigs, Nehemiah 
Hubbard, jr. Stephen Clay, Elihu Cotton, Robert 
Rand, Nathan Starr, Samuel Frothingham. 

(Annual meeting the third Monday in January,) 

NORWICH. 

Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Thomas Fanning, esq. | John Turner, esq. 

Simeon Thomas, esq. [ Jacob De Witt, esq. 

Charles Lathrop, Clerk of City and of City Court. 

John Hyde, Treasurer. 

Common Council Men. 
Mess. Robert Manwaring, Nathaniel Shipman, jr. 
Uriah Tracy, Zebadiah Hyde, John Fanning, Joseph 
W. Tracy. 

(Annual meeting the third Monday i& April.) 



8i 
COLLEGES, Sec. 

Yale College, New-Haveft* 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D. President. 

I Jeremiah Day, Professor of Mathematics and J\atiH 
! ral Philosophy. 
Vacant, Professor of Divinity* 
| Ebenezer Grant Marsh, Professor of Languages anct 
Ecclesiastical History* 
Elizur Goodrich, Professor of Law. 
Benjamin Silliman, Professor of Chymistry and Na* 
tural History* 

FELLOWS. 



Rev.Hez.Ripley,D.D, 
Levi Hart, D. D. 
James Dana >D.D. 
John Marsh, 
Noah Benedict. 



Rev. Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Josiah Whitney, D. D. 
David Ely, 
Nathan Williams, D. D. 

The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and six sen* 
ior Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, con- 
stitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 
Ebenezer Grant Marsh, senior Tutor and 

Librarian* 
Bancroft Fowler, 
James L. Kingsley, 
Moses Stuart, 
James Stedman, 

James Hillhouse, Treasurer* 
Nathan Beers,- Steward. 
Elisha Ely, Butler* 
Commencement^ second Wednesday in September. 
Vacations, from Commencement six weeks : and 
from the second Wednesday in January three weeks j 



tfnd the Wednesday before the second Thursday ia j 
May, three weeks. 

Au the Commencement of 1803, 

The Degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred 
on the Rev, John Willard, of Stafford, and also 
upoR the Rev, Cyprian Strong, of Chatham,' 

The Degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred up- 
on his Excellency Edmund Fanning, Governor of 
the Island of Prince Edward ; Alumnus of the Col- 
lege. 

Conne&icut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. 

Jlev., Timothy Dwight, D. D. President. 
His Excellency JonathanTrumbull, V.President. 

COUNSELLORS. 
Hon. John Treadwell, J Eneas Munson, M. D. 
Hon. Chauncy Goodrich, I Rev. Bela Hubbard. 
Hev. James Dana, D.D. | 
Jehn C. Smith, "^ 

Enoch Perkins, V Corresponding Secretaries* 

David Daggett, esqrs. j 
Isaac Beers, esq. Treasurer* 
Hon. Eiizur Goodrich, Keeper of the Cabinet and 

Librarian* 
Rev. Timothv Dwigat, D. D. *£ €owwitfer cf 
Hon, Ehzur Goodrich, ^ Publication. 

Isaac Mills, esg. j 

Stephen Twining, esq. Keefier of Records. 
Election of Officers 4th Tuesday of October annually* 

Chefhire Epifcopal Academy, Conn. 
Rev. William Smith, D. D. Principal. 

Griswold, Assistant. 



Bacon Academy, Colchefter. 
John Adams, A.M. Preceptor. 

TRUSTEES. 



His Exc. Jona. Trumbull, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Roger Griswold, 
Epaph. Champion j 
Henry Channing, 
Salmon Cone, 



Joseph Ishann^ 
Roger Bulkley, 
Daniel Watrousj 
John R. Watrous, 
Asa Bigelow, 
Ichabod L. Skinner. 



Harvard Univerfity, at Cambridge. 

Rev. JosEPHWiLLARD,D.D«andL.L.D. President. 
Commencement, the last Wednesday in August. 

Rhode-Ifland College, at Providence. 

Hon. Jabez Bowen, esq. Chancellor. 
Rev. Asa Messer, President* 
Commencement ,the first Wednesday in September. 
Vacations : From the Commencement four weeks. 
From the first Wendesday in January, six weeks. 
From the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 

Dartmouth College, New-Harnpfliire. 

Hon* John Wheelock, L. L. D. President^ 

Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 

Rev. John Smith, Professor of the Latin, Greek) 

Hebrew, and other Oriental Languages* 
Hon. Bezaleet Woodward, Processor ojf Mathemat- 

ics and Natural Philosophy. 
Rev. Mr. Worcester, Professor of Divinity. 
Nathan Smith, M. D. Professor of Chemistry and 

Medicine* 



u 

Rosweli Shirtleff, Tutor. 

Commencement, the fourth Wednesday in August. 

Vacations : from Commencement four and an half 
-weeks ; from the first Monday in January, eight and 
an half weeks. 

Williamftowri College. Maffachufetts* 
Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D. D. President. 
Stephen West, D, D. Vice-President. 
Commencement^ ,the first Wednesday, in September* . 
Vacations : from commencement,five weeks ; from 
the third Wednesday in January, three weeks ; from 
the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 



Town Clerks and Treafurers* 
IN CONNECTICUT. 



Toivns y names, lawn Clerks* 


Town Trcafurert. 


JJbford, 


Jofiah Byles, 




do. 


Bo/ton, 


Saui Alvord, 




do. 


Branford f 


Samuel Gould, 




do. 


Brijlol, 


Enos Ives, 


Jacob 


Bartholomew 


Berlin, 


Sylvefter Wells, 


Selah Hart. 


Bezrah, 








Brookfield, 


Daniel B. Cook, 


V/ait 


Northrup. 


Bethlem, 


Titus Hull, 


hiehemiah Lambert* 


Berkhempfted : 


Ifrael Jones, 


Jofeph Wilder. 


Brooklyn, 


Vine R obi nib n, 




do. 


Coventry, 


John Hale, 




do. 


Canterbury 


Gideon Wells, 




do. 


Canaan, 


Benajah Douglafs, 




do. 


Chatham, 


Daniel Shepherd, 




do. 


Cornwall^ 


Judah Kellogg, 




do. 


Colchrook, 


Elijah Rockwell, 




do. 


Colchefterj 


Johu Watrous, 




do. 


Chefiire, 


Rui'us Hitchcock, 




do. 



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Jpdivns' namts. Town Clerks* 

Durham, Simeon Parfons, 

\Danbury f Eli Mygatt, 

D* r hi J ohn Humphrey, 

Eaft-Haddam, Timothy Gates, 3d. 
Ecft-Windfor, Aaron Biffell, 

Enfield, ' El iphalet Terry, 
Eaft- Harf/W, Jonathan Stanley, 

Ellington, Matthew Hyde, 

Eaft-Havek) Jfcfiah Bradley, 

Fairfield, Samuel Rowland, 

Farmingtoti) John Mix, 

Franklin, Eli Hyde, 

Greenwich^ Jabez Fitchj 

Groton, • Wiles, 

Glafienbury, John Hale, 

Guilford^ Jonathan Fowler, 

Gofeen, Adino Hale, 

Granby, Judah Holcomb, jtm 

Hartford^ Samuel Wyilys, 

Hebron, Sylvefter Gilbert, 

Haddam, Nehemiah Brainard, 

HarioingtofJf Daniel Catlin, 

Hurt land) Prince Taylor, ad. 

Hamden, Simeon Briilol, 

Hampton, Ebenezer Mofely, 

Hzmtin^Un, Eliftia Mills, 

Killingly, Sampfon Howe, 

Killing-north, Abraham Pierfon, 

Kent, 

Lebanon, 

Litchfield) 

Lyme, 

Lisbon, 

Milford, 

Middlciowtt) 

Mansfield^ 



Tiwtt Treafurert, 

do. 
James Clark. 
Nathan Buckingham. 

do. 

do. 
John Reynolds. 
Elihu Ol'mfted. 
Levi Wells, j U it. 

do. 
Elijah Abel. 
JN'oadiah Hooker* 

do. 

do. 
Gideon Hale, jr. 

do. 

Andrew Kingfburj. 
Roger Fuller. 

do. 

do. 
Titus Haze* 

da. 

do. 
Ezra Curtifs. 
John Hall. 



ffohtvilti) 



Julius Cafwell, 

Elkanah Tifdale, do. 

Mofes Seymour, Reuben Smit!^ 

David F. Siil, do. 

Jedediah Burnham, do. 

Gideon Buckingham, 

John Fifk, Elijah Hubbark 

Conft. Southworth, do. 



A, F. Bradford, 

m 



Atwtll Chapqk 



86 

Towns* names. Town Clerks. 
New-Haven, EliOia Munfon, 
North-Haven\ jofeph Pierpont, 
'Neiv-Milford, Elifha Bcftwick, 
IV. Hartford. Jofeph Loomii, 
Neiv- London, Samuel Belden, 
Norwich, Phillip Huntington, 
Norwalk, Samuel Grummond, 
New-Fairfieldtfettr Penfield, 
New-Cana&n, Samuel St. John, 
Caleb Baldwin, 
Afahel Humphrey, 
Hofea Dutton, 
William Robinfon, 
Daniel Morgan, jun. 
Samuel Waldo, 
Jofeph A. Wright, 
Seth S. Smith, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Ehlra Canfield, 
Stephen Avery, 2d. 
Noah A. Phelps, 
Alexander King, 
Afa Hutch in fon, 
Uobert Walker, 
Samuel Blodget, 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
John Hoyt, jun. 
Samuel Canfield, 
Jabez Collins, 
John Curtifs, 
Increafe Mofely, 
Afa Montgomery, 
Benoni Shepherd, 
E Hakim Beach, 
Elifha Smith, 
Nathaniel M : lls, 
Robert J*awfon, 



Town TrcufUrtrs* 
Nathan Beers. 

Abel Hine. 
Elias Kellogg, 
Daniel Demon. 
Andrew Huntington* 

do. 

de. 

Gideon Botsford. 
do. 

Ebenezer Eaton, 
do, 
do. 
dm. 

do. 

Nathan Smith. 

, do. 
John Denifon. 
Dudley Petfcibone*. 

Samuel Moore, 
do. 

Jonathan Lay. 

do. 
Silas St. John* 
Noah Peafe. 

Aaron Hinmaar 
do. 
do. 

S. Middlebrocfe. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



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Twtis' mrxcs. Town Clerks. Trwn Treasurers. . 

Volufitotvn, James Alexander, Ebenezer Campbell* 
Wethersfidd, Samuel W. Williams,Appleton Robbins. 



Windhanty ' Hezekiah Ripley, 
Water bur J, John Kingfbury, 
Walling ford, G. W. Stanley, 



Wixdfor, 

Woodftoek, 

WiUitigton^ 

Wtodbury, 

Wa/bingtotty 

Waterlowrt) 

Winch eft er, 

WoQdbridge % 

Warren, 

Weftw, 

Wolcott, 

Waterfordj 



Henry Allen, 

JededUh Morfe, 

Elijah Holt, 

Nathan Prcfton, 

Daniel N.Bri»fmade,Samuel Leavitt. 

Sam'l %. Soutfcmayd,Aner Bradley, 



do. 

Phinehas Porter. 
B. Tuttle. 
Daniel Gillet. 

do. 

Mattbew Miner, 



Eliphaz Alvord, 
Andrew Offeorne, 
John Talmadge, 
Nathan Wheeler, 
Ifaac Brunfon, 
Stephen Maynard, 



Robert M'Ewens. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Caleb Raymond. 



BANKS. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, Esq. President* 

Norman Knoa, Cashier. 

Directors* 



Messrs. John Caldwell, 
John Morgan, 
Ephraim Root, 
George Goodwin, 
Ezekiel Williams,jr. 



Thomas Bull, 
William Mosely, 
Benjamin Bigelow 3 
Samuel Gilbert. 



UNION BANK, NE W~L OND ON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, Esq. President. 
Robert Haliam, Cashier. 



Mess. Jed. Huntington, 
George Hallam, 
James Tilley, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Guy Richards, 
Charles Bulkley, 
SamuelWoodbridge, 



B3 

Directors* 



Bela Peck, 
Daniel Lathro& 
Uriah Tracy, 
Joseph Perkins, 
Elisha HinmaHj 
Joseph Coit. 



NE W-HAVEN BANK. 

Isaac Beers, Esq. President. 

William Lyon, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Mess. Isaac Beers, 

Joseph Drake, 

Thaddeus Beecher, 

Abraham Bradley, 

John Nicoll, 

(Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, First Thurs- 
day in July.) 



Eneas Munson, jr. 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Ebenezer Huggins, 
William Leffingwell# 



NOR WICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Esq. President* 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. 



.Mess. Eben. Huntington, 
Thomas Fanning, 
Joshua Huntington, 
Roger Bulkley, 
Thomas Latln'op, 
Benjamin Snow, 
Simeon Breed, 



John Taintor, 
John Fanning, 
Joseph Carew, 
Uriah Tracy, 
Asa Fitch, 
Joseph Hoyland, jr. 



MIDDLE TO 1VN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, Esq. President. 
Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 



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| Mess. Elijah Hubbard, 
Chauncy Whittlesey, 
Neheml Hubbard, jr. 
Sam'l Watkinson, 
Benjamin Williams, 



Directors. 



Ebenezer Sage, 
Joseph Hart, 
Elias Shipman, 
George Hallam. 



WASHINGTON BANK, WESTERLY, E. L 

Thomas Noyes, Esq. President. 

Arnold Clarke, Cashitr. 

Directors* 



Mess. Thomas Noyes, 
James Rhodes, 
James Sheffield, 
Edward Wilcox, 
Walter White, 
Joseph Potter, 
Rowse Bahcock, 
Jeremiah Thurston, 



Oliver Davis, 
Robert Congclon, 
EMsha Derison, 
William Williams, 
Codciington Billings,- 
Enoch Burrows, 
Isaac Williams, 2d. 



NORTHAMPTON EAMC. Mess. 

Samuel Henshaw, Esq. President. 

Levi Lyman, Cashier. 

Directors. 



Mess. Samuel Henshaw, 
Ebenezer Hunt, 
Levi Shepherd, 
Joseph Lyman, jr. 
Ebenezer Mattooa, 
Samuel Hinckley, 



Jonathan D wight, 
John Ereek, 
Ebenezer Lane, 
William Edwards^, 
Oliver Smith. 



CINCINNATI. 



UNITED STATES. 

Maj. C en. Ham ilton, President General. 

Maj. Gen. C. C. Pinckney, Vice-President General* 

H 2 



Maj. Wm. Jackson, Secretary General. 
Gen.Wm. Macpherson, Treasurer General* 

CONNECTICUT* 

Gen. Joseph Walker, President. 

Col. David Humphreys, Vice-President* 

Col. John Mix, Secretary. 

Nathan Beers, Esq. Treasurer. 

Col. Ezekiel P. Belden, Assistant Secretary. 

Gen. Solomon Cowles, Assistant Treasurer. 

Delegates to attend the next General Triennial 

Meeting* 
Gen. David Smith, I Gen. Joseph Walker, 

fiali Beiij. Tallmadge, | Col. David Humphreys. 
( * : :iu Eben'r Huntington, | 

^■yrmnittees appointed in the several Counties, t* 
whom applications are to be made for charitable 

relief: 
Hartford, Maj. Giles Curtis,Col. Ezekiel P. Belden. 
Ne w-Haven jCapt. Stephen Alling,Maj.Wm.Munson. 
Mew-LiondoB, Gen. Eben'r Huntington.Col.D.F.Sill. 
Falviield, Capt. Zalmon Hubbell, Gen. Joshua King. 
\Vin:!riam,Col.Thos.Grosvenor,Gen.M.Cleaveland. 
Litcatield, Gen. David Smith, Col. Eph'm Kirby. 
jMlllie:ex, Elijah Hubbard, esq. Gen. Jos. Wilcox* 
r I\ 1 .in 1, Gen. Elijah Chapman, Col. Buel. 



Society of Free Mafons. 

Officers of the Gran » Lodge of Connecticut. 
A L. #03-4 
Mofl: Worftiipful Stephen T. Hofmer, Grand Mafter. 
Right Worfhipful David Daggett, D. G. M. 

Worlhipful Samuel Bellamy, S. G. W. 
W©r(Uij)ful Samuel Whittkfey, J, Q. W. 



9* 

Henry Champion, G. T. 

John Mix, G. S. 

David Baldwin, S. G. D. 

Taylor Sherman, J. G D. 

Mofes Cleavelahd, G. Marfhall. 

Hight Rev. Abram Jarvis, O. D. Grand Chaplais. 

Officers of Deputy Grand Chapter* 

William Judd, D. G H. P. 

Samuel Bellamy, D G. K. 

John Mix, D. G. S. 

Peter Johnfon, D G. T. 

Rey. John Tyler, D. G. Chaplain. 

Chapters of Royal Arch Mafons* 
IN CONNECTICUT. 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Wafhington Chapter, Middletown* 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchefter. 
Franklin Chapter, New- Haven. 
Union Chapter, New-London. 



Matters' Lodges, 

Jo. i. Hiram,New Haven, 

2. St. John's, Middlctown. 

3. St. John's, Bridgeport. 

4. St. John's, Harttord. 

5. Union, Greenwich* 

6. St. Joh»'s, Norwalk. 

7. K,SoloMon's,Woodbury. 

8. St. John's Stratford. 

9. Compafs, Wallingford. 

10. Woofter, Colchefter. , 

11. St. Paul's, Litchfield. 

12. King Hiram, Derby, 



in Connecticut. 

13. Montgomery, Salifburf; 

14. Frederick, Farraington* 

15. Moriah, Canterbury. 

16. Temple, Chefhire, 
I7« Federal, Watertown. 
18. Hiram, Newtown. 

19 Wafkington,Huntingto« 

20. Harmony, Berlin. 

21. St. Peters, N. Milford. 

22. Hart's, Weodbridge. 
23 St. James'5, Preftou, 
24. Uriel, Tolland. 



25 Columbia, Stepney. 

26. Do. Eaft Had dam. 

27. Riftng Sun, Washington. 

28. Morn. Star,E.Windfor 

29. Village,Weit-Simlbury. 

30. Day Spring, Hamden. 
31 Union, New-London. 
32. Meridian ^un, Warren. 
33 Friendmip,Southington. 
34. Somerfet, Norwich. 
35- Aurora, Harwin^ton. 



36. St. Mark's, Granby. 
$7. Weftern Starr, Nor ib Ik l| 
38 St. Alban's, Guilford. 
39- Ark, Wefton. 

40. Union, Danbury. 

41. FederaJ, Brookfield. ' 

42. Harmony, Waterbury. 
43- Trinity, Killingworth. 
4 [- EafternStar,Leb &WiaI 
45 Pythagoras, Lyme. 
46. Putnam, Pomfret, 



Officers of the Grand Lodge, R. Ifland,! 

A. L. 5803—4. 

Moft Worfhipful Mofes Seixas, Grand Ma&er. 

Right Worfhipful Ephraim Bowen, jun D. G. 1VJ. 

\V. Thomas S. Webb, S. G. W. 

W. Sy)vefter Childs, Jan. J. G. \Y. 

W Hezekiah Babcdck, S, G. D. 

W. Stephen Abbot, J. G. D. 

W. Thomas Handy, G. S. 

W. William Wilkinfon, D. G. S, 

W. Jeremiah F\ Jenkins, G. T. 

W. Samuel Watfon, G. C. 

\V. Thomas Seffions, G M. 

W. Clarke Cook, G. S. B. 

Militia of Connefticutr 



His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Efquire, Captaia 

General and Commander in Chief. 

Hon. John Tub a dwell, Efquire, Lieutenant General* 

Ebenezer Huntington, Efq. Adjutant General* 

John Mix, Efq Quarter Mjfter General. 

Col. Jabez Huntington, 7 Aids de Camp to the 
Col. Daniel Wadswoith, SCMimandcrin Chief* 



?3 

Firfl: Divifion. 

Confiding of the ift and 7th Brigade* 
Shubael Grifwold, jun. Ef<|. Major General. 
> Aids de Camp. 



FIRST BRIGADE. 

Chaunc«y Pettibone, Brigadier General, 
Charles Jenks, Brigade Major and Infpeclor. 

\itt Regiment, Simon Clark, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Timothy Burr, ift Major. Eliakim Marfhall, 2d Major. 

Robert Center, Adjutant. Henry A. Rowland,Chap«. 
(lain. Cyrus Phelps, Quarter Matter. John Seargeant f 
Pay Matter. Dwell Morgan, Surgeon. Elijah Tay- 
|lor, Surgeon's Mate. 

Mstr§fs Company. 

John Rufs, Captain. Henry Hall, ift Lieut. Phia- 
eas Shepard, 2d Lieat. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigni* 

Stephen Collins, Wm. Wadfworth, T. H Boyd, 
Jerij ah Barber, Ezekiel Palmer, James Talcott, 
.Elijah Terry, Samuel Camp, Alfred James, 
Mofes Wing, Rofwell Miller, Davi Dexter, 

Elihu Marfhall, Benj. Grifwold, Friend Grifwold, 
Jofeph Whiting, Gurdon Whiting, Steph. Sedgwick f 
Ira Clark, Juftus Fitch, David Gilllet, 

Samuel Stoughton,OHver Thrall, Luther Fitch, 
James Bigelow, JeiTe Lyman. Wm. Ccoley. 

18th Regt. Azariah Wilcox, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Noah Phelps, ift Major, bamuel Cla k, 2d Major. 

Motes Cafe, Adjutant. Samuel Stebbins, Chaplain. 
Arnold Humphrey, Quarter Master. Eraftus Bates, 
Pay Mafler. Horace Hillyer, Surgeon. Gideon Cafe^ 
Surgeoa's Mate. 



94 

^ Captains. Lieutenants: EnfignS* 

Wait Lutimer,jun. Jona. Pettibone,jr«Mofes Cafe. 
OziasPet*ibone,jr.Calvin Barber, Eben. Holcomb. 
Shubacl Hofltins, Eraftus Bates, Elias Vining. 
Geo, Owen, Selah Bacon, Worthy Thrall* 

Joel Higley, Daniel Mofes, 

Wm. Wilcox, Dan'l Holcomb, jr. George Cafe. 
■ ■■■ '■■ ■ = Jofeph Ptttibone, Hea. Holcomb, jrl 

Joel Grif\vold,jun. Levy Hays, jofephG©odwin,jrl 

Aar*n Poft, Arnold Humphrey,Ferd. Clemons. 

Jofeph Dyer. John Benjamin, Abraham Wilcox. 

19th Rect. John Phillips, Lieut. Col. Commandant.^ 
Jared Cone, lit Major. Abiel Wolcott, 2d Major. 
Jacob Strong, Adjutant. David M'Clure, Chaplain, 

Libbeus P. Tincker, Pay-Mafter. Elijah F. Reed, 

Surgeon. Allen Hyde, ' urgeon's Mate. 
Matrofs Company. 
Joh» Sage, Captain. John Kennedy, ill Liemtenant. 

James Belden, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enfigns, 

Aaren Biflell, Dan'l Hayden, jr.JefTe Chariton. 

JohnWatfoo, jun.Jona. Buckland, Eraftus Buckland, 

John Pitkin, jun. Timothy Forbes, John Spencer, jr. 

Am©s Parks, Henry Allen, Theo. Parks. 

IfaacBirge, Ephraim Imam, Richard Skinner. 

Ezra Brainerd, Samuel Brewer, Wait Hills. 

Jofeph Abbott, jr. Daniel Hyde, Nathaniel Warner* 

Elifca Olcott, Alex. M 4 Ciure, Amos Buckland. 

Oliver Hunt, Eraftus M. Kenny, Francis M'Clan«. 

Allen Brunfoir, Elliot Grant, Abel Fofter. 

JohaStoughtoa,jr.Benj. Loomis* Oliver Clark. 

Samuel Marley, Elifha Kenny, Uriel Andrus. 

«2d Regt. Ebenezer Spencer, Lt. Col. Commandant, 

Samuel Whittlefy, ift Major. Tubal Cafe, 2d Major. 

Abel Beftor, Adjutant. Abiel Abbot, Chaplain. Seth 

Rattn, Ouaiter-Masfccr, Eliika Stearns, Pay-MaiHr. 



95 

irdon Thompfon, Surgeon. Daniel Peck, Surgeon's 
ate. 

Matnfs Company 
ISelah Hibbard, Captain. Rowland Lathrop, 'ft Lieut, 
komas Fox, id Lieut. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Wnflgns. 

Idad Curtis, Cephas Bingham, Jofeph Dorman, 
rjjirke Lillibridge,Simuel Rock well, Robert Needhaa, 
rphen Griggs, Ezra Chapman, John Blifs, 
Ifeph Crocker, James Holt, j*n. Wm. Curtis, 
fvid Lawfon, Samuel Peck, Luther Crawford, 
pah Porter, Jhubael Brewfter,Amos Loomis. 
■a. Whittaker, Abner Cady, Jofeph Ellis, 
iakim ChapmaajEcra Rawdin, MmonChapman,jr. 
>rter VYalbridga,AJden Biodget, T. Carpenter, 
deb Carlton, Rcubea Bradley, ■ — 



ft Reot. ; Elihu Kent, jui. Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Afaph Terry, ft Msjor. Julius Granger, 2d Major. 

Peletiab A. Burbank, Adjutant, Nehemiah Prndden, 

baplaisr Guftavus Auftin, Quarter- Mafter. Garni* 

jent, Pay-Mafter. Howard Alden, Surgeon* 
Captains, Lieutenants, Enfgns, 

t Killiam, Robert IVtorrifon, Eph'm P. Potter, 

ad. Leavitt, jr.Pelat. A. Burbank,Eben'rBurbank^jr* 
ijliver Phelps, Francis Pierce, fceth Phelps. 

nj. Parfons, Gqo. Terry, 'Sam'l Peafe. 

kmM Pomro^, John Ford, Wm. Cook. 

lofes Allen, jun. Elam Peafe, ^ Jonathan Wright* 
IfmaziahKibbe, jr.Vafhni Hall, jun. Mlas Newcomb. 
Jpaph. Pomroy, Guftavus Auftin, Oliver Perfons. 

J3leph Fuller, jun. » Sam'l Haftmgs. 

Icah Griffin, jr. Eli Trumbull, Iirael Phelps. 

Firft Regiment cf Cavalry annexed to the J ft Brigade. 

Jofeph Utley, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Amos Alden, MUjor. Solomon LGthrop, Adjutant. 
iodate Brockway, Chaplain. Thaddeus Moran ; guar* 



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ter Mafter. EHhu White, Pay-Mafter. Ruggles Car 
penter, Surgeon. 

ift Company. J Henry Wolcott, 2d lieut. 

Eliftia Allyn, capt. I James Harper, jr. cornefe 

David Grant, ift lieut* \ 4th Company. 

Solomon Enfign, 2d lieut. I Refcome De Albro, capt. 

Thomas Moore, cornet. J Solomon Gleafon, iftlieui 

a i Company. 1 Thad. Spencer, 2d iieut . 

Job Cafe, capt. | Solomon Billing, cornet. 

Auitin Phelps, ift lieut. I 5th Company. 

James Dibol, 2d lieut. | Amos James, capt. 
Harmon Holcomb, cornet. I Gad Page, ift lieut. 

3d Company. J James Eaton, 2d lieut. 

William Thorn pfon, capt. I jofeph Merrick, cernefc» 

Jona. Baitlett, ift lkut, | 

SEVENTH BRIGADE. 
Solomon Cowles, Brigadiei* General* 
Ebenezer S. Gleafon, Brigade Major and Infpe&or. 

\JThe Brigadier General having negleffed to make a return! 
to the Adjutant General, the Editor has not been able m 
procure a copy for t\e It eg ift er."] 

Second Divifiom 

Confiding of the 2d and 4th Brigade** 
Jofeph Walker, Major General. 

> Aih de Camp. 

SECOND BRIGADE* 

Andrew Hull, jr Brigadier General. 
Amafa Hitchcock, Brigade Major and Infpe&or.* 

Jftd Regiment. Stephen Ball, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Amos Bradley, ift Major. Jofeph Mix, 2d Major. 
Elihu Munion* Adjutant. James Dana, D. D* Chaf* 



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lain. Naphtali Daggett, Quarter-lvTafter. Wm. Lyon, 
jr. Paymatter. Levi Ives, Surgeon. Jofiah Hoot, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

Artillery Company* 
John P. Auftin, Captain. John Hunt, ift Lieutenant. 
Hezekiah Howe, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Erftgns. 

Charle Boftwick, John Scott, Amos Benedict. 

Ifaac M. Wales, Kahfom Linds, Elifha Hull. 
Samuel Chidfey, Ifaac Brown, Nathan Andrewi. 

David Trowbridge jofiah Merrick, Nathan Piatt. 

Philem. Blakflee, Ifaac Stiles, j ■ . 

Benajah Tuttle, JefTe Andrews, Jacob Baflet. 
Jared Cooper, Afa Dickerman, Caleb Doolittle. 
John Hubbard, Jafon Woodin, Levi Gorham. 

7th Regt. George Morgan, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Huntington May, ift. Maj. Jofeph Hill, 2d Mnj. 
Clark Nott, Adjutant. Fred. W. Hotchkifs, Chap^ 
lain. Timothy Starkey, Quarter-Matter. George 
Pratt, Pay-Mafter. Auftin Olcott, Surgeon. Samuel 
Carter, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains % Lieutenants* Enftgns. 

Light Infantry, 
1 ta hothy Crane, Samuel Morgan, Jeremiah Miller, 
John Clark, Curtis Smith, Giles Hubbard. 



Sa'l Buckingham, 
Arnold Tyler, 
Timothy Crane, 

Vacant, 
Jedediah Poft, 
John Clark, 
Dan Lane, 
Gideon Leet, 
David Sptncer, 
Samuel Stevens, 



Elifaa Sill, 
John Brainard, 
Samuel Morgan, 
Bearnont Clark, 
Timothy Spencer, 
Curtis Smith, 
Jofeph Farnrif.ni, 
Joel Carfield, 
San uel Hubbard, 
gpenezer Clark, 



Elias Jones. 
StephenDic kenfoa, 
Jeremiah Miner. 

Vacant. 
James Lay. 
Giles Hubbardt 

A acmt. 
Giles Clark. 
Jcfbua Ncles, 
Bela Clarfc. 



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10th Regt. Ebenezer Hale, Lieut. Col. Commandant 
Seth Seward, ift Maj. Samuel Woodruff, 2d Maj. 

Jeffe Ford, Adjutant. John Foot, Chaplain. Samuel 
Cook, Quarter- Matter. John Hart, Pay-Matter. Tho- 
mas T . Convwell, Surgeon. John Andrews, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

Light Infantry, 
Afa Peck, LevfPeck, Afa Doolittle, 

Joel Cook, Ira Mansfield, Nehem. Hotchkifs, , 



Eliakim Hall, 
Rich'dRobinfon, 
Jos. J. Doolittle, 
Noah Cone, 
William Olds, 
Elias Ford, 



David M. Cook, Chauncey Hough, 
Denis Camp, Jofiah Jewett, 

Amafa Doolittle, Amos Hall, 
John Hart, EUphaz Nettleton, 

EH Barnes, Sol. R. Hall, 

Jeffe Ford, Med ad Sandford, 



27th Regt. Solomon Lindfiey, Lt. Col. Commandant* 
Eli Fowler, ift Maj. Benj. S. Wilcox, 2d Maj. 

Jedediah Lathrop, Adjutant. Matthew Noyes, Cha^ 
lain. George Cleaveland, Quarter- Matter. Rr hi 
Linfley, Pay-Matter. Jared Redfield, Surgeon. i^\ -d 
Marvin, Surgeon's Mate* * 

Captains* Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

Light Infantry, 
•lilas Benton, jr. Jeremy Hoadly, Ozias Whedofl. 



Samuel Fowler, 
Edward B3ldV/ia, 
Timothy fohnfori 
Phineas tyfeigs, 
Reuben Page, 
Oliver Fowler, 
Jofiah I. Linfley, 
Benjamin Field, 



Thomas Burglfs, 
Samuel Beach, 
,Samuel Bradley, 
Jonathan Lee, 
Eliada Role, 
Abel RoflTetef, 
Wm. Douglafs, 
Jonah Mungef, 



Solum on Stone. 
RutherM Ruffell. 
Ambrofe Hoadley. 
Ufher Conklin. 
Francis Hale. 
Benj am n Baldwin. 
John Maltby. 
Abner Bifoop* 



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j, J2d reot. Daniel Sackett, Lieut. Col, Commandant. 
Abijah Smith, ift Major. Benjamin Bull, 2d Major. 

William H. Fowler, Ar'jutaot. Bezaleel Pineo,Chap- 
lain. Ephraim Peck, Quarter Matter. Stephen A. 
Treat, Pay Mailer. Thomas Goodfit, Surgeon. Joha 
j Canvington, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains, 

! Samuel Higbj, 
Amafa Tuttle, 



Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Grenadier Companies. 
Samuel Fenn, J. Bull, 
Silas Bradley, Edward Hine. 



John Gunn, 
Abijab Bradley, 
Abel Clark, 
En os Hitchcock, 
John Davis, 



Steph. A. Treat, B. Woodcock. 

Sheldon Canfield, Jofbph Blackmanu 

Samuel B. Gunn, Oliver Clark. 

Joflaua Sperry, Ebenezer Sperry. 

S. A Buckingham, Eben. Fairchild. 
Chauacey Tnttle, 

Iiaac BaiTet, Jofiah Nettleton, Jofiah Smith. 

Eoen'r Pate hen, Ethel Lounfbury, Simeon Gunn. 



Secend Regiment of Cavalry. 
Daniel Vvillard, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 

Timothy Higgins, Major. Wi liana Willard, Adju- 
tant Samuel Mills, Chaplain, jofeph \V\urons, Guar- 
tcr-MUier. George Willard. Pay-Maftwr. tticuaii 
lily.. Surgeon. 

t9l Company. 
Stephen Majjby, Capt. 
Dan L indite v.. ift Lieut. 
Nathan'! Johnfon,»dLietit 
Thomas Beach, Cornet. 

2d Company. ' 
Jedediah Hams, Capt. 
Samuel Pratt, Lieut. 
Vacant, 2d Lieut. 
Vacant? Cornet, 



3d Company. 
John Beach. Cstpt. 
Benjamin Hall, ift Lieut. 
Vacut, 2d Lieut. 
Benajah Johnfon, Cornet. 

4th Company. 
Richard Tre^t, Capt. 
EpVm Baldwin, Jit Lieut 
Ala Piatt, 2d Lieut. 
Jonah Treat, Cornet, 



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FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Jofliua King, Brigadier General. 
Jedediah Rogers, Brigade Major and Infpe&or: 
4th Regt. Burr Gilbert, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Medad Bradley, ift Maj. Alb rt Lockwood, 2d Maj,. 
Daniel Betts, Adjutant. Hezekiah Ripley, Chaplain* 
Vacant, Quarter- Mailer. Billy Comftock, Pay- Mafter.' 
David Rogers, burgeon Thomas Peck, Surgeon'sMate* 
Ifiatrofs Company. 
Captains, Lieutenants. Enfigm* 

Afahel Solomons, Joel Merchant, 
James Jackfon, 

John Morehoufe, Lewis Goodfell, Joel Goodfell. 
Barnabas Sturges, Aaron B. Sturges, Sturges . Thorp. 

Seymour Taylor, David Ripley, David Bennitt. 

Jofeph Hill, Eliphalet Hull, Buckh. Sherweod. 

Daniel Sanford, Stoddard Creflfe, 

! o<>ph Rowland, Burr Rowland, Henry Scribnef« 

Miles Marvin, Levi Wheeler, Hull Fanton. 

Eii Lyon, Ifaac Beach, John Meaker. 

Wm Gregory, Ifaac Bennitt, Minor Jackfon. 

«Kh Regt. Alexander Mills, Lieut. Col. Commandant, 
Kanford Hoyt, ift Major. Samuel Dean, 2d. Major. 
Simeon H. Miner, Adjutant. Daniel Smith, Chaplain. 
Juflus L. Bufh, Quarter- Mafter. Ephraim Mead, Pay- 
M after. Samuel Webb, Surgeon. John Augur, Surr 
geon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants, Enfigns* 

Light Infantry, 
Jofeph Lockwood, Auguft. Lockwood. 
Eben. Mead, jun. Gideon Holmes, 

Enos Waterbury, Rufus Newman, Wm. Lockwood; 
Jona. Jefup,jr. [ofhua Ferris, Jofeph Ferris. 
Jofeph Sillick, Tho's Lounfoury, Nathan Mills. 
Squire Hobby, Samuel Rich, Caleb Hobby. 



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Jetham Wilfon, jr. Jehiel Mead, Gideon Meacf. 

Jared Smith, Tomkins Clofe, Amos Mead. 

Nehe. Mead, 3d. William Mofher, 

John Lownfbury, Selleck Scofield. 

28th Regt. MatthiiS Nicoll, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
I Eph'm J. Wilcoxfon, iftMaj. James Beardiley, 2d Maj. 
Oliver S. Wilcoxfon, Adjutant. Aihbel Baldwin, 
Chaplain. J©hn Wells, Quarter-Mafter. Azor Shelton, 
Pay-Matter. Charles Tomlinfon, Surgeon. Lucas 
Hitchcock, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matrojs Company. 
Aaron Hatvley, captain. Edward Burrough, jun. 
ift Lieut. Afahel Hurd, 2d Lieut. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enfigns, 

Grenadier Company, 
Vacant. Eben. Wheeler, Elijah Starling. 

Enoch Foot, William Walker, Judfon Cuttifs. 

Wm. DcForreft, Daniel Burnitt, ■ Sherwood. 

Philo Lewis, Ifaac T. Booth, Abraham P Lew is, 

Lewis Shelton, David B. Wheeler,Lewis H. Wakely, 

John WiJcoxfon, Abel Prince, Geo. L. Sherman. 

Ifaac Sherman, Jofeph Maliett, Azor Mallet. 



34th Regt. Nathan Sanford, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Ifaac S. Ifaacs, ift Major. Job Smith, 2d Major. 
Xenophen Mead, Adjutant. Samuel Goodrich, Chap- 
lain. John Hurlbut, Quarter-Mafter. — - — — , 

Pay-Mafter. Amos Baker, Surgeon. 

Matrofs Company. 
Buckingham Lockwood, Capt. Afael Ofbom, Lieut. 

17? Grenadiers, 
Cyrus Edmond, Capt; Wm. Smith, Lieut. Robert S* 
Edmond, Enfiga. 

2d Gnnadiers, 
jtlTe Richards, Capt. Enoch St. John, Lieut* 

1 2 



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Captains, Lieutenants, 

Nathan Jarvis, Timothy Fitch, 
Benjamin Jones, Jonah Keeler, 
Stephen Wood, Jonathan Wood, 
Jofeph >turges, Samuel Sturges, 
Samuel Coraftock, Charles Weed, 
Pivid Street, Jerom Bates, 

Kumuel Burrell, John Hurlbut, 
Thaddeus Mead^ Wm. Morgan, 

Fsurtk Regiment of Cavalry. 
Curtis Tomlinfon, Lieut- Col. Commandant. 
Abel Hall, jun. Major. 
Benjamin Hall, Adjutant. Samuel Blachford, Chap- 
lain Solomon Cook, Quarter- Mafter. Jofhua Green, 
Pay- Mailer. William Shelton, Surgeon. 



Enjigu*. 
Andrews Hanfor^L 
Daniel Smith, 2d. 



Jonathan Bates. 
jofeph Marvin 
Xenopbea Mead. 



i£b Company. 
5amuel Garlic, captain. 
Elijah Hawley, lit. lieut. 
James R Edwards, 2d It. 
David Nicols, cornet. 

2d Company. 
7 o&ph Street, captain. 
Ira Scofield, I ft lieut. 
EbenezerCrofoot, 2d lieut. 
Samuel White, cornet. 



3d Company. 
Lyman Edwards, captain. 
Hezekiah Hall, ift lieut. 
Hyatt Banks, 2d lieut. 
Jofeph Adams, cornet* 

4th Company. 
IfaacQuintard, captain. 
Stephen Warren, jft lieut. 
©aniei Lockwood, 2d It. 



Third Diviiion, 

Confifting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Hbenezer Huntington, efq. Major Gereral. 
Calvin Goddard, efq. 7 ^: Jt .j M r * 
Nathaniel Terry, efq. 3 



THIRD BRIGJDE. 

■JBachariah Huntto*§ton, Brigadier General. 



. ,0 3 

Thomas Tracy, Brigade Major and Infp«<?tor f 

Regt. Mulford Raymond, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
imcoB Smith, lit Major. John P. Trott, 2d Major. 
MabHell Brooks, Adjutant. Henry Channing, Chap- 
Edward Hallam, Quarter Mafter. Peter Rich- 
ds, Pay Matter. James Lee, Surgeon. Anthony 
hatcher, Surgeon's Mate. 

C Attains. Lieutenants. Enjlgns. 

Independent Company. 

peter Beebe, Henry [epfon, Edward Hallam* 

Light Infantry* 
Jeorge Allyn, Chrifto. Dolbear, Thomas Bifhop, 

oihua Howard, John Billings, John V. Cornell* 
lam'l Packwood, Peter Richards, jofhua Avery, 
ilifha Dolbear, . Thomas Chapel, Cephas Niles. 

Stephen Prentice, Charles Avery. 

Robert Douglafs, Ebenezer Bifhop.. 

William Kinney, Jofeph Kinney. 

Daniel Smith, Amos Bolles. 

Chrifco. Green, John Holmes. 



JVm. Stewart, 
Nicholas Bifbop, 
Wm Moore, 4th, 

Natrrl Bradford, 
Davis Newbury, 



8th Regt. Mofes Tyler, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Daniel Avery, «ft Major. David Avery, 2d Major. 
Vi!!! ura Belcher. Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chap- 
tain, fohri Spicer, 2c, Qjiarter Mailer. Paul F. Niles, 
^ayMi(:er. Joh» O. Miner, Surgeon. BiihopTyler, 
Surge or;' s Mate. 

Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Roberts. Avery, Amos Avery. 
!ss. Woodmanfee,Nich. L. Letter. 
Dudley Bailey, Samuel Allyn. 
John B- Tyler, Eiifha Morgan. 
William Belcher, Dan'i Huntington. 
James Gallup, Eiifha Haley. 
Seth Williams, Young'; L. Morgan. 
.h Barftow,PenHan Palmer, John Morgan, juiu 
Id-ul^s S:oi&rd ; JohnSpicer, Sftniuel Wood. 



Captains . 
Eiifha Crary, 
Peter Avery, 
Stephen Newton, 
KVm. CoggCwett, 
Nathaniel Coit, 
Stephen Haley, 
fcttfus Allen, 



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20th regt. John Hough, Lieut.Col. Commandant 

Simeon Hubbard, 1st Major. Vacant, 2d Major. 1 

Gurdon Tracy, Adjutant. Joseph Strong, Chajj 

lain. Nehemiah Waterman, Quarter Master. Vsj 

cant, Pay Master. Jedediah Burnam, Surgeon. 

Cqfitains. Lieutenants. JLnsigns* 

Matrass Company. 

CG. Carpenter, 

Benjamin Bailey, s James Gordon, 

C.Jas. F.Brown. 

* Light Infantry. 

Cushing Eells, Eli Adams, Ch.P.Huntington 

Grenadiers. 
Samuel Tyler, Wm. Lester, jun.H. Champlin. 



Eleazer Rogers, 
Benj. Greenslit, 
Benj. Burnham, 
Nath'l Kimball, 
Uriah Downer, 
Asher Ladd, 
Nath'l Howland, 
Eph'm Bushnell, 



Martin Edgerton,Eliab Rogers. 
Jabez Packwood, Gurdon Tracy. 
Freeman Tracy, John Breed, 
Elijah Benjamm,Elisha Brewster*] 
Jabez Houghjun'rNeh.Waterman. 
Ira Abell, Jonathan Peck. 

Ralph Bolles, Jabez Kelley. 
Erastus FarnhamDaniel F. Cutler*. 



30th regt. IsaacWilhams,2d,Lt.Col.CommandanU 

John Baldwin,lst Major. Paul Babcock, 2d Major. 

Isaac Williams,3d, Adjutant. Hezekiah N.Wood- 
ruff, Chaplain. Joseph Noyes, jun. Quarter Master* 
Thomas Swamjun. Pay Master. William Robinson r 
Surgeon. William Lord, Surgeon's Mate. 

Cafitains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Prentice Frink, Avery Noyes, ^ S.Cheesborough. 
Joseph Ay re, jr.Thomas Baldwin, Daniel Swan. 
Wm. Randall, Ichabod Brown, Jared Wilcox. 
Nathan Wbeeler,Isaac Williams, GeorgeWilliams* 
John Wheeler, Asher Wheeler, Edw'd D. Noyes* 
Jeremiah York, NathanPendletonThomas Holmes. 



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ptha Brown, Daniel Miner, Edw'd Holmes, 
pdowick Niles, John Jefford, Fred, Clark. 

IdREGT. Watrous Beckwith,Lt.Col.Commandant. 
jeth Ely, 1st Major. William Sterling,2d Major. 
|Erastus Selden, Adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell, 
haplain. Joseph Ely, Quarter Master. Israel 
[atson, Pay Master. John Noyes, Surgeon. ELi- 
h Butts, Surgeon's Mate. 
Cajitains* Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

JMmtross Com ft any • 
ro^ci, t?Kt CRich'd H. Ely. 

CarshEly, £ W .- H. Johnson. 

Grenadiers \ 
John Man waring, 

iodateGriswold,Rufus Sturtevant,Charles Smith, 
imeon Smith, Jedediah Beebe, J. M. Lee, jun. 
'an Marvin, Jos. E. Ely, : Elijah Mather, 
sa Comstock, EzraBrockway,jrE. Brockway, jr. 
:eph. Tinker, Edward Latimer, Ed ward Mcere. 
enj. Crosby, R. Hungerford, C. Beckwith. 

Third Regiment of Cavalry* 
William Williams, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Thomas Wheeler, 2d. Major. 
Jesse Dean, Adjutant. Christopher Avery, Chap- 
in. Robert Wheeler, Quarter-Master. Amos 
nil, Pay -Master. George Tis^ale, Surgeon. Wil- 
im Robinson, Surgeon's Mate. 



1st Company, 
taiel Johnson, capt. 
an Hastings, 1st lieut. 
/"m. Crocker, 2d lieut. 
zar.Armstrong, cornet. 

2d Company, 
hester Smith, capt. 
liver Spicer, 1st lieut. 



Russel Williams, 2d lieut. 
Joseph Tyler, cornet. 

3d Company. 
George Raymond, capt. 
Shubael Smith, 1st lieut. 
Jared Baker, 2d lieut. 
Samuel Davis, cornej* 



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4th Company. 
George Swan, capt. 
Daniel Grant, 1st iieut. 



H.Wheeler, jr. 2d. 11 
E. Williams, jr. cernf 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Lemuel Grosvenor, Brigadier General. 

John Salter, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Sth regt. Elijah Simons. Lieut. Col. Commands] 
Benjamin Hanks, 1st Maj. Ezra Smith, 2d Ma j 
Eleazer Huntington, jun. Adjutant. MosesC.WefJ 
Chaplain. John Tweedy, Quarter-Master* Til 
mas Se Williams^fay -Master* Andrew Huntingtx 
Surgeon. Thomas Aspi a wall, Surgeon's Mate. 
Matross Company* 
Ebenezer How el, Captain. Alpheus Hanks, 1 
Lieutenant. Eliphalet Huntington, 2d Lieutenant 
Grenadiers. 
Captains. Lieutenants. F.nsigns. ! 

Roger Clark, Stephen Fuller, Josiah Sessions. 

Light Infantry* 
Royal Storrs, Nathl Dunham, Fred. French. 

John Lathrop, Silas Frin.k, David W. Young 

Joshua Storrs, E. HiiRtington, jr.Luther Burrow: 
John Walden, Abner Robinson, Zuriel Palmer. 
Jason Woodward,Benj. Butler, Abner Bontwell. 
R»swell Preston, Abel Fuller, 
Simeon Alien, Roger GurJey, 
Jeremiah Olney, Zeph. Presto ;i, 



Benj. Moult on. 
Jos's Dunham. 
Leonard Dean. 



Elias Dimmick, Luther Warren, David Sears, jr. 

11th regt. James Dai \ ielson, Lt. CoLCommandanl 
Hobert Torrey 1st Maj. David Holmes, 2d Maj. 
r Amos Paine," Adjutant, Wihiam Graves, Char 

lain. George Learned, Quarter-Master. Theoph; 

lus B. Chandler, Pav- Master. Thomas Hubbarc 

Surgeon. Robert Grosyehorj Surgeon's Mate. 



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Matross Company* 

liver Leavans, Captain. — Lee, Lieut. 

Grenadiers. 
Ca/itains* Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

,. Kimball, Luther Baldwin, Lemuel Hclmei. 

Light Infantry* 
c Davis, Luther Bates, Alpheus Gay. 

el Dresser, Ark White, WillardHubbard. 

mford Holmes, David Frissell, Walter Johnson, 
/illiam Torry, Joseph Buck, Nathan Fuller, 
im'l Chapman, Be nj. Gilbert, Benj. Pieree. 
uther Warren, Stephen Mitrhel,Eieazer Bartlet. 
William May, Alfred Walker, Aaron Child, 
aniel C.Barrett,John Mills, Res'd Stephens, 

rriggs Goffe, Moses l£dmonds,Samuel Allen. 
[oses Bigsby, EH Starr, Joseph Dike, 

arp. Bradford, John Chandler, Thomas Corbia* 

2th Rest. Daniel Tilden, Lt. Col. Commandant. 

James Mason, 1st Maj. Elisha Buell, 2d Maj* 
Levi Loomis, Adjutant. Amos Basset, Chaplain, 
.liphalet Huntington, Quarter-Master. Nehemiah 
ierce, Pay-Master. John S. Peters, Surgeon* Da- 
id B. Ripley, Surgeon's Mate. 

Mat r 08% C@mfiany* 

Hobart Dutton, Capt* Jonathan Young, 1st Lieu- 
mant. Amos Strong, 2d Lieutenant. 

Cafitains* Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

iabdiel Hyde* Amos Loomis, Nat'nWalsworth. 
. D. Tilden. John Hay ward, Asahel Kingsley. 
Lezekiah Bissel, Adonir. feissell, Benjamin Bliss. 
Has Brewster, Seth Collins, Ben* Woodworth* 
Lbiel Stark, John Thomas, Erastus Wattles* 
tor. Shepard, Asahel Phelps, John Curtis, 
>aniel White, jr.Bez. Hutchinson* ElishaSprague,jr# 
hipman Wells, Oliver Ingham, Samuel Peters. 
)udleySummers,Judah Porter, Amos Gillet. 
toger M'Call, C. Williams, SylvanusHaynes* 



io8 

21st hegt. ShubaelHutchins,Lt.Col.Commaiicla 
Roswell Parish, 1st Maj. Lorin Robbins, 2d Maiu 
Sessions Lester, Adjutant. Israel Day, ChaplajJ 
Ebenezer Waldo, Quarter -Master. Daniel Keyi 
Pay-Master. Rufus Johnson, Surgeon. John Gc 
don, Surgeon's Mate* 

Matross Company, 
Elisha Adams, Lieut. 
Grenadiers* 
Ca/ifains* Lieutenants* Ensigns* 

Peter Morse, MosesButterfield,John Grain. 

Light Infantry. 
Nathan Johnson, Jabez Safford, Benj. Herriek* 

G. W. Gordon. 
W. Aspinwell, ji 
Isaac Gallup, 
Anth.Stranaham 
Joseph Butts, 
Seth Cole. 



ThomasWheeler. William Hall, 
Jeremiah Brown,Asaei Rerrick, 
John Campbell, Elisha Tucker, 
Daniel Wheeler, John Dunlap, 
Asa Butts, Wm. D. Foster, 

Russell Vaughan, James Henry, 
Amos Newton, Jona* Hiliard, 
Samuel Sprague, Isaac Day, 
Moses Clark, Eben* Witter, 



Simeon Spalding, 
Erastus Pierce. 



Fifth Regiment of Cavalry. 

Chester Child, Lieut* Col. Commandant* 

Isaiah Loomis, Major. 

Charles Smith, Adjutant. Andrew Judscn, Chap* 

lain. Samuel Dorrance, Quarter-Master. Elliot 

Gordon, Pay-Master. Ebenezer Bishop, Surgeon* 

Silas Fuller, Surgeon's Mate. 



1st Company. 
David Keyes, capt. 
Jed. Watkins, 1st lieut. 
Aaron Tufts, 2d lieut. 
S. F. Palmer, cornet. 

2d Company. 
Samuel Gallup, capt. 



Elliot Gordon. 1st lieut. 
Simon Shepherd, 2d lieut* 
Henry Dow, cornet. 

3d Company. 
John Newcomb, capt. 
Simon House, 1st lieut. 
Tim. Hinckley, 2d lietit:* 



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Joshua Clark, cornet. 

4th Company, 
fohn W. Chandler, Capt. 



Chester Cady, Istlieut. 
John Austin, 2d lieut. 
Charles Smith, cornet. 



Fourth Divifion. 

Consisting of the 6th and 8th Brigades. 

Uriah Tracy, esq. Major General. 
Frederick Wolcott, esq. ^ Jidg dg c 
James Gould, esq. j f 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Augustine Taylor, Brigadier General. 
Elisha Sterling, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

l4thREGT. Elijah Stanton, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
• Jer. W. Phelps, 1st Maj. Elisha Sterling, 2d Maj. 

Joel Deming, Adjutant. Joseph W. Crossman, 

Chaplain. Nath'l Robbins, Quarter-Master. 

Pay -Master. Benjamin Welch, Surgeon. 



kbiram Peet, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. 

Sdm^d £>un»ing, Vacant, 
tehiel Everest, Jesse Smith, 
Silas Franklin, John Wood, 
>avid Lyman, Levi Barnam, 
er 'hHorsford, jr.Sam '1 Horsford, 
femuel Bissell, Stephen Reed, 
ames Bradley, Sgeth Wilcox, 
Stephen Holt, Ros'l Humphrey, Am asa Horskin. 
slisha Yale", jr. Jesse Howe, Isaac Green. 

I. Vandeursen, Henry Gains, 
JathH Stevens, jr.Benj. Bigelow, Sam. Pettibone. 

7th Regt. Ephraim Kirby, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Isaiah Tuttle, 1st Maj. Nath'l Goodwin, 2d Maj, 



Ensigns. 
Daniel White. 
Ezra Crane. 
Jos. Fellows, jrw 
Alex. Lamb. 
Ashbel Landon. 
Aaron Case. 
Silas Knapp. 



Samuel Shethar, Adjutant. Judah Champioi* 
Chaplain. Stephen Sanford, 2d. Quarter-Mastei 
Horace Baldwin, Pay-Master* Abel Catlin, 2d.Suii 
geon. Jared Munson$ Surgeon's Mate. life 

Captains. - Lieutenants* Ensigns* W 

James Scone, Samuel Shethar, T. Trowbridger l* 
Eliada Osborne, Phil. Westoven, Uri Stone, 
Horace Baldwin, Mich. Goodwin. Charles Baldwin 
Fred. Phelps, Cyprian Webster,EzraHinsdale,jr, 
Roswell Wilson, Joseph Phelps, Benj. Phelps. 
Elias Hinsdale, Eben'r Brinton, MedianGnswold. 
Dan'l Scoiield, Levi Frisbie, Joseph Scofield. 
Seth Coe, Wm. Battle, jr. Seth Treadway. 

S. W. Spender, Gurdon Granniss* 

James Marsh, 2d.Nath'l Marsh, S. Sanford, 2d, 

25th Regt. Moses Kellogg, Lt. Col. Commandant* 
Samuel Blakeslee, 1st Maj. Earles Thorp, 2d Maj. 

Roger Mills, Adjutant* Chauncy Lee, Chaplain* 
Nathaniel Ives, Quarter ^Master. Montgomery Au- 
stin, Pay*Master. Thomas C. firinsmade, Surgeon * 
Isaac Benedict, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains* JLienltnants* Ensigns. . 

Moses Wright, Pres'd Gressy, Enos North. 
Sylv'r Seymour, Martin Driggs, Mich, Kellogg. 
Asa Cowles, Tho's Watson, Timothy Pitkin* 
Jehiel Medium, Daniel Bill. 

Salmon Brunson, Lloyd Andrews, Leonard Huribut* 
Joel Rexford, Alex. Chubb, S. Kichardson. 
Eli Wilder, Jeduthan Crosby ,Nath'l Spencer* 
Jeremiah Covert,l£eub. Rockwell, Elisha Pinny* 
Zen os Wilson, Elisha Maltby, Billa Case. 
A. Messenger, Zimri Barber, Calvin Gone. 

3 J th regt. Benj amin Gold, Lt. Col. Commandant* 

Sarnuel Ganneld, 1st Maj. Birdsey Norton, 2d Maj. 

George King, jr # Adjutant, Hercules Westo*^ 



Ill 

Chaplain. David Wadhams, Quar 
Calhoon, Pay-Master. Samuel R. 
Elisha North, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains* Lieutenants* 

John Mills, Samuel Pratt, 

Moses Lyman, jr. Da\ id Wadhams 
Joshua Lovel, Joha Boland, 
Erastus Lyman, 
>lehem. Clark, John Pierce, 
Adon'h GriswoldjGeo. King, ]v* 
Calvin Peck, David Gold, jr. 
John Dickerson, Abijah Coe, 
Eliph. Ever est . John Wilson, 
Hezekiah Gold, John Reed, 
Judson Canfield, S. Hitchcock, 



ter -Master. Join 
, Gager, Surgeon. 

Ensigns. 
Stur gesW il 1 iam s. 
,Jesse Wadhams. 
William Swift. 
William Deahe. 
James J. E mere. 
Philip Dickersop, 
Dud. Humphry. 
Jbshna Strdley. 
Ja's I. Bradford. 



Sixth Regiment of Cavalry* 

David Thompson, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 

Russel Hunt, 3d. Major. 

Elisha E. Sill, Adjutant. Asahel Hooker, Chap- 
lain. John Griswold, Quarter-Master. William 
Stanley, Pay -Master. Jesse Carrington, Surgeon. 



1st Company. 
Abraham Burt, capt. 
DavidPatterson, 1st lieut. 
Silas Patterson, 2d lieut. 
Samuel Hyde, ccrnet. 

2d Company. 
W. C. Ahernothy, capt. 
Ely Candy* 1st Ueut. 
Samuel Carter, 2d lieut. 
Vacant, cornet. 



3d Company. 
Thad. Griswold, capt, 
Joseph Allen, 1st lieut. ' 
Elisha E. Sill, 2d lieut. 
Samvel Foot, ccrnet. 

4th Gompkiry. 
Benjamin Welles, capt. 
John Mtrrill, 1st. JieuV. 
Grenall Spencer, 2d lieut, 
Samuel rhiilips, cornet. 



EIGHTH BlUGJBE. 

David Baldwin, Brigadier General. 
William Mosely, Brigade Major and Inspector, 



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13th tiegt. Ephraim Hinman, Lt. ColCommandar 
G. H. Cunningham, 1st Maj. A, Brownson, 2d Mb 

Daniel Hinman, Adjutant* Noah Benedict, Chaj] $ 
Iain. Herman Averitt, Quarter-Master. Gari]^ 
Bacon, Pay-Master. Anthony Burritt, Surgeorl >fl 
John Orton, 2d. Surgeon's Mate* 

Light Infantry % 
Cafitains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Nathan Martin, K. W. Lamson, Thomas Curtiss.] 
E. Leaven worth, Abr. Thomas, Judson Hurd. 

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Wm. Mosely, Jesse Miner, Asa Judson. 
Moses Wheeler, Truman Hinman, John Mosely. 
Nathan Hawley, Timo. Lindsley, David Bird. 
Enos Warner, David Wellar, Benj. Rumsey* K 
Silas Bennet, David Edmond, Asher Hone* || 
Samuel Bloss, M. H. Brownson,Eph. Doolittle. 

16th Regt. Justus Burnum, Lieut. Col.Cemmandant 
Russell White, 1st Maj. Eph. M. White, 2d Maj. 

James Clark, jr. Adjutant. Daniel Burhans, Chap- 
lain. Ezra Wildman, Quarter-Master. Vacant, 
Pay -Master. Joseph Trowbridge, Surgeon, Ben^ 
Jams* Curtiss, Surgeon's Mate. 

Matross Comfiany. 
Elijah Gregory, Capt. Nathaniel Dickerman, lst# 
Lieut. Ephraim G. Stevens, 2d Lieut. 
Light Infantry. 
Cafitains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Philo Baldwin, James Stilson, Joseph Tousey. 

Lem. Merchant, James Clark, jr. Lem. B. Bailey. 
Sher. Botsford, James Nichols, Eleazer Peck. 
John D. Nichols, Eli Starr, Comfort Castle. 

No returns. 
Isaac Bates, Silas Barnum, Tru. Beardslej*. 
William Dan, No returns. 



H3 

jBdinund Bcebe, Asa Hoyt, Benj. Judd. 

fBenj.R. Warner,David P. Cair.p, Michael Dunning* 
Fimo. Shepard, Ezra H. Johnson,Elihu Crofut, jr. 

126th Regt. Street Richards, Lt. Col. Command't. 
Eleazer Judd, 1st Major. Preserve Carter 2d Maj. 
Timothy Richards, Adjutant. Jesse Allcox, juii. 
[Quarter-Master. Joseph Leavenworth, Pay-Master. 
Israel B. Woodward, Chaplain. Samuel Elton, Sur- 
geon. No return, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains* Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Light Infantry. 
Lemuel Harrison, Jo. Lc avenworth,Seymour Welton. 
Allen Welles, Hez. Brown, David Mills. 
Jared Pritchard, Elijah Nettleton,Eli Hine. 
Richard Fenn, D. R. Merriman.AsahelMerriman 
Micah Blakelee, Samuel Pardee, Elizer Scovill. 
Garritt Smith, LandonLoveland,Tirno. Richards. 
Vacant, Isaac Upson, Jesse Allcox. 

John Lewis, jun* S. J. Hickcox, Sain'l Thompson. 
Joseph Twitchell,Harvey Upson, John Norton. 
Joseph Bronson, Abram Hickcox, Rich'd Wetton,jr. 
Josiah Tyler, E. Richardson, David Tyler. 

29th Regt. Reuben Warner, jun. Lt. Col. Comdt. 
Wm. Cogswell, 1st Major. Richard Elliot, 2d Major. 
Benjamin Mead, Adjutant. Ebenezer Porter, 
Chaplain. Abel Hine, jun. Quarter Master, Philo 
Ruggles, Pay-Master. Ebenezer Smith, Surgeon. 

— Wright, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. JJeutenants. Lnsigns. 

Matross Company. 
Evets Moody, Capt. Arnos Smith, 1st lieutenant. 
Light Infaiitrij. 
Daniel Lines, Wm. R. Phelps, Isaac Stone. 
E. Chamberlain, Lewis Peet, Philo Mills. 

Beebe Hine, ' Joel Stone, Ira Canfield. 

Abijah Berry, Elias Smith, Jesse St. John. 
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Timo. Mitchell, Daniel Calhoon, William ford. 
Daniel Ferriss, Ichabod Nobles, James McMahail 
Isaac Sturtevant, Vacant, Elnathan L. Hull 

Stephen Cogswell,David Noble, Youngs Elliot. 
Wm . Potter, James A. Gideon,Tho. HuBgerforc | 
Caleb Beach, Nathan Betts, Philo Porter. 

Eighth Regiment of Cavalry 
William Taylor, Lieut. Col. Commandant* 
Edmund Lockwood, Major. 
George D. Kasson, Adjutant. Azel Backus, Chap< 
lain. Hermanus Marshall, Quarter-Master. Va- 
cant, Pay -Master. Titus Hull, Surgeon. 



1st Company. 
Nathan Rumsey, capt. 
J. P. Leave, iw®rth, 1st It. 
Alex Gordon, 2d lieut. 

Vacant, cornet. 
2d Company. 
Seth Comstock, capt. 

Vacant, 1st lieut. 
Peter Starr, 2d lieut. 

Vacant, cornet. 



3d Company. 
Anthony Guernsey, capt, 
Eli Barnes, 1st lieut. 
Amos Benham, 2d lieut* 
Jehiel Ford, cornet. 

4th Company. 
Solomon Titus, capt. 
Tho's Sanford, Istlieut. 
Solo. Bostwich 2d lieut. 
John Newton, cornet* 



SEVENTH BRIGADE. 

Solomon Ccwles, Brigadier General. 
Ebenezer S. Gleason, Brigade Majoi\and Inspector. 

fill regiment. John Hale, Lieut. Col. Command'!:. 
Levi Lusk, 1st Major. Simeon North, 2d Major. 

John Treats Adjutant. Wm. Lockwood, Chap- 
Iain. Jehiel Hale,' Quarter Master. Ebenezer Hale, 
Pay Master. Asaph Coleman, Surgeon. Julius 
Cole-nan, Surgeon's Mate. . 

Captaim. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Salmon North, Tho's Coleman, Jacob Dix. 
James Francis, Wm. Talcott, Simeon Francis* | 



Jeovgc Sellew, Samuel Sellew, 
lez. Whitmore, Daniel Deming, 
Jeorge Hunt, Robert Francis, 
saac ilollister, D. E. Hubbard, 
jevitlart, Elijah Hodge, 

Elias Beckley, 



James Sellew. 
Alph. Goodrich. 
Jona. Stoddard. 
Thos.HollisterJr. 
Oliver Hale. 
Selah Beckley. 



[5th Regt. Satnuel Hart, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Jan'l Tillotson,lst Maj. Theodore Pettibone,2d Maj. 

Luther Seymour, Adjutant. Joseph Washburne, 
Chaplain. George Porter, Quarter-Master. John 
looker, Pay-Master. James Percival, Surgeon. 
Sylvester Wells, Surgeon's Mate. 

Ca/itains. Lieutenants. Ensigns* 

Light Infantry Company. 

ohn Barnes, Giles Langdon, Roswell Moore. 

Grenadier Company. 
oseph Dutton, George Porter, Sam'l Jones, jun. 

Matross Company. 
ilijah Monross, Benj.Hungerford, 1st Lieut. 
David Newell, 2d Lieut. 



oseph Porter, 



Luther Seymour ,J. P. Treadwell. 
Samuel Hart, Seth Cowles. 
Justice Francis, Wm. Smith. 
Eli Lewis, Richard Parker. 

A vary Clark, Allyn Clarke. 



^aron Hart, 

ialmon Norton, 

oseph Finch, 

^shbel Tillotson,Tho's F. Bishop, Obadiah Gillet 

>eth Peck, Eli Cornwall, John Beckwith. 

srael Dormand, Ralph Humphrey,Hun Andruss. 



!3dREGT. Seth Overton, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
John Parks, 1st Major. Elisha Coe, 2d Major. 

Hosea Goodrich, Adjutant. Smith Miles, Chap- 
lin. Wm. Wetmore, Quarter-Master. Seth O- 
erton, Pay-Master. Wm. B. Hall, Surgeon. John 
tichmond, Surgeon's Mate. 



n6 

Captains, Lieutenants, Mnsigns* 

Light Infantry Company, 
Jobe Doane, Nath'l Doane, Zeb. Penlield. ' 

Wm, Scovill, Isaac Bacon, A. Seymour. 
Israel Kelsey, jr. Reuben Kirby, Joseph Wells . 

E. Chamberlain, Stephen Blake, 

Samuel Wilcox, Daniel White, Hosea Roberts*! 
felias Selden, Freeman Arnold,Joseph Dart. 
Oliver Bailey, Ichabod Miller ,jr.Wm. Bivins. 
Samuel Brown, Jabez Hall, Enos Brown. 

Michael Stewart,George Shepard,Samuel Butler. 
Naboth Lewis, John Warner, Divan B. Yale* 



24th Regt. Jonathan O. Moseley, Lt. Col. Com' 

Dan'l Worthington, 1st Maj. Josiah Griffin, 2d Ma 

Oliver Church, Adjutant. Wm. Lyman, Chaf 

lain. Noah B. Foot, Surgeon. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Fmsigns, 

Samuel P. Lord, George Lord, ChiversBrainerd 
Ely Gillett, Tho's Palmer, Jona. Gillet. 

Darius Gates, Sam'lHuntington,Jonah Gates. 
Robert Young, Wm.Brainerd 2d,David Carrier. 
Abel Gates, MumfordDolbear,Heze Abel. 
Aaron Fox, -Oliver Church, Nath'l Emmons. I 
Samuel Morgan, Harris Usher, Moses Fox. 
Daniel Jones, Sala Jones, Art .Worthington. 



Seventh Regiment of Cavalry* 
Uriah Carrier, Lieut Col. Commandant. 
Joseph Galpin, Major. 
David Deming, Adjutant. Salmon Cone, Chap- 
lain. John Palmerle, Quarter-Master. Wm. Gil- 
bert, Pay-Master. John R. Watrous, Surgeon. Hen- 
ry Wadsworth, Surgeon's Mate. 



1st Company • : 
Solomon Judd, Captain. 
Kathl Ackley, IstlieuU 



David Deming, 2d lieut. 
Wm. Gilbert, cornet. 



2d Company, 
limes Plumb, captain, 
iisiah Johnson, lstlieut. 
|i.cob Wilcox, 2d lieut. 
ilisha Curby, cornet. 

!3d Company. 
l)lomon Fisk, captain, 
[ark Lewis, lstlieut. 
Earner Dunham, 2d It. 
4th Company, 
fm. S. Judd, captain. 



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I Adna Curtiss, 2d lieut. 
Martin Cowies, cornet. 

5th Company. 
Leenard Wells, captain. 
Sam'l Gibson, 1st lieut. 
Abraham Crane, 2d It. 

6th Company. 
Jonathan Bowers, capt. 
John Parmele, 1st lieut. 
Elijah Clarke, 2d lieut. 
Moses Mc. Nary, cornet. 



ad Cowies, 1st lieut. 
\lhe copy of the 7 th brigade returns were recei" 
ed too late to be inserted in its place.] 



State of Vermont, 



His Excellency Isaac Tichen«r, Efq. Governor. 

Sis Honor Paul Brigham, Efq. Lieutenant-Governor. 

COUNCILLORS. 

HONORABLE 



Samuel S afford, 
Noah Chittenden, 
James Whitherell^ 
Nathaniel Niles, 
Ebenezer Wheelock, 
Samuel Shepardfon. 



Jonas Galuflia, 

Beriah Loomis, 

John White, 

Eliakim Spooner, 

Afaph Fletcher, 

Elias Keyes, 

'heophiius Harrington, Speaker. 

ivid Wing, jun. Secretary of State. 

nthony HafweJl, Clerk of the Houfe. 

faomas Tollman, Engroffing Clerk. 

;v. Svlvefter Sage, Chaplain. 

'Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon Jonathan Robinfon, Chief Judge. 

TheophuS'arringtoB. | Sidc J ud « es ' 



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State of Rhode-Ifland. 

His Excellency Arthur Fenner, Efq. Governor. | 
Honorable Paul Mumford, Efq. Lieutenant-Gover 
SENATORS. 
Henry Smith, I William Waterman, 

Waterman Tibbitts, I John D'Wolfe, 
Benjamin Howland, | .Tofeph Cundall, 

Thomas Hoxfie, J Oliver Gat diner, 

Timothy Wilmarth, | John Watfon, jr. efqr 

Samuel Eddy, Efq. Secretary. 
James Burrili, jun. Efq. Attorney-General. 
Henry Sherburne, Efq. General-Treafiirer. 

Government of the United States. 
THOMAS JEFFERSON, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UjYITED STATE'] 

Salary 25,000 Dollars per annum : 

Which is neither to be encreafed nor diminified during t, 

period for which he Jb*ll have been eleffed* 

Mr. Harvie, Secretary to the Prefidcnt. 

AAJR.ON BURR, 

Vice-Prefident, and Prefidcnt of the Senate. 

Salary 5,000 dollars per annum. 

Department of STATE. 
James Madifon, of Virginia, Secretary. 
Jacob Wagner, chief Clerk. 

Department of the TREASURT. 
Albert Gallatin, Pennsylvania, Secretary. 
Gabriel Duval, Maryland, Comptroller. 
Richard Harrifon, Virginia, Auditor. 
William Millar, Commiflioner ef the Revenue. 
Thomas Tudor Tucker, South- Carolina, Treafurer. 
Jofeph Nourfe, Virginia, Result r. 



u4 

WAR Department. 
mry Dearoorn, MafTachufetts, Secretary, 
illiam Simmonds, Accountant. 

enchCoxe, Pennfylvania, Purveyor of Public Supplies- 
illiam Irvine, Pennfylvania, Superintendaut of Mili- 
tary Stores. 

mes Wilkinfon, Brigadier General of the Troops. 
jfus Putnam, Surveyor General. 

NAVY Department. 
jbert Smith, Maryland, Secretary, 
homas Turner, Accountant. 

POST-OFFICE Eftablijbment. 
deon Granger, Poft-Mafter General. 
>raham Bradley, Afliftant Pott-Matter General* 

JUDICIARY, 

SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshall, of Virginia, Chief Justice* 

Illiam Gushing, of Massachusetts, *\ 

r iiliam Patterson, of New-Jersey, | A „ nr5atl . 

.muel Chase, of Maryland, j> Juices 

ishrod Washington* of Virginia, 1 Jusuceb * 

Ifred Moore, of North -Carolina, J 

Levi Lincoln, of Massachusetts, Attorney-General* 

Elias B. Caldwell, of Washington City, Clerk. 

Diftria Officers. 

tf~David Sewall, Judge, 
^District of j Silas Lee, Attorney, 
Maine. f Isaac Parker, Marshal, 

LHenry Sewall, Clerk. 

r John Pickering, judge, 
District of j J° nn S. Sherburne, Attorney ^ 
? Hampshire* J Michael M'Clarv, Marshal* 

(Jonathan Steel, Clerk,* 



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District o f 
Vermont* 



District of 
New- York. 



District of 
New* Jersey* 



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[Jphn Davis, Judge, 
George Blake, Attorney, 
Samuel Bradford, Marshal, 
Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 
! David L. Barnes, Judge. 
David Howell, Attorney, 
William Peck, Marskal, 
Edmund T. Ellery, Clerk. 
! Richard Law, Judge, 
Pierpont Edwards, Attorney; 
Joseph Wilcox, Marshal, 
Charles Denison, Clerk. 
[Elijah Paine, Judge, 
David Fay, Attorney, 
John Willard, Marshal, 
Cephas Smith, Clerk. 
!John Sloss Hobart, Judge, 
Nathan Sanford, Attorney, 
John Swartwout, Marshal, 
Daniel Dunscomb, Clerk. 
{Robert Morris, Judge, 
George Maxwell, Attorney, 
Oliver Barnet, Marshal, 
Robert Boggs, Clerk. 
District of Pennsylvania. 
Richard Peters, Judge, 

Alexander J.Dallas,Attorney for the Eastern District, 
John Smith, Marshal, 

James Hamilton, Attorney for the Western District, 
Presley Carr L,aae, Marshal. 

District of Delaware ' t 
Gunning Bedford, Judge, 
George Reed,*jun. Attorney, 
Joel Lewis, Marshal, 
— — Conway, Clerk ♦ 

District of Alary land. 
James Winchester, Judge, 
^ebulon Hellingsworth, Attorney, 



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Heuben Etting, Marshal. 

District of Cotumtya* 
William Kilty, Chief Judge, 
William Cranch and James Marshall, Judges, 
John Thompson Mason, Attorney, 
Daniel Carroll Brent, Marshal, 
foJmHewett, Register of Wills for Washington coum* 

ty, and Cleon Moore, for that of Alexandria. 
William H. Dorsey, Judge of the Orphans Court for 
J Washington, and 
jGeorge Gilpin, for that of Alexandria* 

District of Virginia* 
Gyrus Griffin, Judge, 

John Monroe, Attorney for the Western District, 
Andrew Moore, Marshal, 

thomas Nelson, Attorney for the Eastern District* 
Joseph Scott, Marshal. 

Potomak District. 
Walter Jones, Attorney, and William Baker jMarstial* 

District of Kentucky* 
Harry Innes, Judge, 
oseph H. Daveiss, Attorney,, 
tosejyh Crockett, Marshal, 
rhomas Junstali, Clerk. 

District of North-Carolina* 
Ienry Potter, Judge, 
tenjamin Woods, Attorney, 
ohn S. West, Marshal, 
U>ner Neale, Clerk. 

District of Soutk-Cctrtitin** 
)ominick A. Hall, Judge, 
rhomas Parker, Attorney, 
Robert E. Cochran, Marshal, 
rhomas Hall, Clerk. 

District of Georgia* 
Villiam Stephens, Judge, 
)avid B. Mitchell, Attorney, 
t+ojartta Wall, IVli^&hal, 



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Charles Harris, Clerk. 

District of Tennessee* 
John M'Nairy, Judge, 
Thomas Stewart, Attorney, 
Robert Hays, Marshal. 

District of Ohio* 
Charles W. Byrd, Judge. 
Michael Baldwin, Attorney, . 
David Zeigler, Marshal. 



Marfhal of the diftri£t of Conne&icul 

Jofeph Willcox, of Killingworth. 

. DEPUTTES. 

Ambrofe Cook, Wallingford. • 
George Wolcott, Windfor. 
Benjamin Tracy, Norwich. 
Frederick Phelps, Harrington. 



* Attornies 

Admitted at the Circuit Court in Connecticut 
Pierpont Edwards, esq. District Attorney. 



John Allen, 
Smeon Baldwin, ' 
Joseph Backus, 
Barrage Beach, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Jeremiah G. Brainardj 
David Burr, 
Judson Caniield, 
labez Clark, 
Wm. Pitt Cieaveland, 
Thomas Chester, 
David Daggett, 
Naphtali Daggett, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
John Davenpwrt, jun. 



Abraham V. H. Dewit 
Theodore D wight, 
Charles Denison, 
William Edmonds 
Jonathan W. Edwards* 
Jonathan Frisbie, 
Sylvester Gilbert, 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
Elizur Goodrich, 
James Gould, 
Roger Griswold, 
Jacob B. Gurley, 
Jeremiah Halsey, 
WilliamS. Hart, 
James Hillhouse, 



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1!2 3 



illiam Hillhouse, 

JJIKtl Holme', 

tephen T. Hosmer, 

Jfczekiah Huntington, 

fenoch Hnntingtoity 

Villi am J i! del, 

loswt 11 Judson, } 

Tphraim Kirby, 

ames Lanman, 
vman Law, 
iLsaac Mills, 

Stephen Mix Mitchel, jr. 
Ion a than (>. Mosely, 
William Mosely, 
fthri Parish, 
Enoch Perkins, 
John T. Peters, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Ephraim Root, 



Philo Ruggles, 
M a tth ew'f, R us sell, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Aaron Smith, 
John C. Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Asa Spalding, 
Lewis B. Sturges, 
Benjamin Stiles, jim. 
Adonijah Strong. 
Nathaniel Terry, 
Marvin Wait, 
Dyer White, 
John William??, 
William Williston, 
Samuel Woodruff, 
Samuel Whittlesey ,e-8qrs. 



Commiflionersof Bankruptcy 

For the District of Connecticut* 



Jonathan Bull, 
Henry W. Edwards, 
Nicoli Fosdick, 
Jonathan 'Frisbie, 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
Joseph Hart, 



Samuel Mott, 
Elihu Munson, 
John Nichols, 
Henry Seymour. 
Jehoshaphat Starr, 
Simeon Thomas, 



Secretaries of the Covnnissioners* 
Levi Ives, New-Haven. Walter Mitchel, Hart- 
ford. Consider Sterry, Norwich. 



Commiffioners of Loans. 

States* ' Officers* Salaries. 

New-Hampshire, William Gardner, 650 dollars. 

Massachusetts, Thomas Perkins, 1500 

Rhode-Island, Jabez Bowen, 6®@ 



4hiinecticut 9 

^/eiVrYorkf 

JSfe<w- Jersey , 

Pennsylvania, 

Delaware; 

Maryland^ 

Virginia , 

North - Carolina, 

South^Carolina, 

Georgia, 



tn 



William Imlaj , 
James Nicholsoe, 

James Ewing, TOO 

Stephen Movant, 1500 

John Stockton, 600 

Benjamin Howard, 1000 

John Hopkins, 1500 

Sherwood Haywood, 1000 

John Neufville, ^000 

James Alger, 70Q 



1000 dollars 
1500 ' 



i 



Officers of the Revenue Department* 

For the diftrict of Massachusetts^ 
benjamin Lincoln, Collector for th© ports of Boftonaad I 

Charleflown, 
Benjamin Weld, Deputy Collector^ 
Jnmes Lcvell, Naval Officer, 
Thomas JVXelvil, Surveyor. 
Salem, William R- Lee, collector, 

Samuel Ward, naval officer, 

Bartholomew Putaian, furyeyOf* 
Jteverly, Jofiah Bachelor, furveyor. 

Marbleheat, Jofeph Wilfon, collector. 

JNe-wburyporty Stephen Crofs, collector, 

Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer^ 

Michael Hodge, furveyor. 
Clone ifier f William Tuck, collector. 

Zachariah Stevens, furveyor, 
IpJ\vich t Afa Andrews, collector, 

Jeremiah Staniford, furveyor, 
Plymouth, Henry Warren, collector, 

Levi Blount, furveyor, 
JB'.trttftahlc^ Jofeph Otis, collector. 

Nantucket, Stephen HulTey, collector, 

&d£nrtwtt % John Peafe, collector* 



Ktooboth, 
fork j 



125 

Edward Pope, tojJ£e>->r. 
fjndijah. Bay lis, roikc'rcr. 
Lemuel Waytt, coilcctor. 
Jofeph Tucker, collector. 



hddeford* and ? . . , , . , . 

»-*«." //, - l r eremiah Hill, collector 



} orthnd t 

Vifcaffct, 
Wuldobtruufo, 
Penobfeot, 
Frenchman's JSaj 
Much z as, 
\foQamm attic ddy 

Thcmajiotiy 
Keiinebytik) 



Pcrtfmcutby 



BurJixgtm, 



Ifa#c IUfley, collector. 
Williiim Webb, coiieeUc. 
Francis flock, collector. 
Wgrermai: Thpg;as, colleger. 
JSerjanija j-uyis, collector, 
f, Mejatiah jordon, collector. 
Sfepbea bj;j:th, eoikctor. 
Lewis F. Pelefdernier, co!-cc:or, 
Tho's ti. \\ -uit, iurvtvor and Lfcfgt&o'r;. 
Thomas Vole, furveyor. 
Jonas Clark, colleCiot. 

Diflricl of Ntvy TlAWPSHiKE. 
Jpfepk Whipple* c.ol!*aor, 
Nathaniel FoiPin, r.aval o^Hcer, 
Geo. Wentwoithjiurveyov & ir.fpcctar* 

Dilrriel of Vermont. 
Pavid Ruffel, collector. 



Mleivporty 



Pi ovidence 9 



Diftri&of Rhode Isjuafp and Providence. 

William EUery, collector, 

W alter Nichols, neval officer, 

Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 

Jeremiah Olney, collector, 

William Barton, furveyor, 

Ebenezer Thbnipfon, naval cfEcer 

jofeph Aborn, furveyor. 

D. Eldredge Updike, furveyor. 

Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 



Ptttuxety. 

North -Kfagfton, 

Eaft -Greenwich* 
Warren and \ 
Siirrington^ < 



Nathaniel Phillip, furveyor. 



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126 



Brtfol, 

Paucatuckj 

New-Londen^ 



Stonington, 
Middleto"jun 9 



New-Have?!) 

Fairfield, 

St, brook, 

Hartford, 
New-York , 
Sagh arbor, 



Samuel Bofivorth, furveyor. 
George Stillman, furveyor. 
Di drift of Connecticut. 

Jedediah Huntington, collector, 
Nathaniel Richards, furveyor, 
Jonathan Trott, "} 
Ebenezer Goddard, C . r « 
' Sam'l Whittemore, T «*«*<>«• 
Henry Jepfon, J 

Nathaniel Saltonft all, jr. weigher, 8cc» 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 
Alexander Wolcott, collector. 
Lamberton Cooper, furveyor. 
Robert Warner, "J 

Az'h Whittlefey, jr. 1 
Wm. Harrington, | 
jofeph Gilbert, i infpe&org. 

Daniel Catlin, j 

Samuel Stillman, j 
Abraham Bifhop, collector, 
-William Munfon, furveyor. 
Samuel SmedJey, collector. 
Richard Dickifon, furveyor. 
Solomon Porter, furveyor. 
Diftricl: of New York. 
David Gelfton, collector, 
Samuel Ofgood, naval officer. 
Henry P. Dering, collector. 



MINISTERS 

Of the United States resident in foreign countries* 

James Mowro, Minister Plenipotentiary at London. 
Hubert U. Livingston, do. Paris. 

Thomas Surnpter, jun. Secretary of Legation. 
Charles Pinckney, "Minister Plenipotentiary, Madrid. 
John Graham, Secretary of Legation. 



CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

'annuls in the kingdom of Great Britain and its 
dependencies* 

reorge W. Erving, Consul at London, and agent for 
managing claims for spoliations, 

:iias Vanderhorst, Consul at Bristol. 

Robert W. Fox, at Falmouth. 

ames Maury, at Liverpool. 

ioseph Wilson, at Dublin. 

rhomas Auldji, Vice Consul at Poole. 

jeorge Knox, Consul at Kingston upon Hull. 

fohn C. Murray, at Glasgow. 

fames Holmes, at Belfast. 

fohn Church, at Cork. 

Harry Grant, at Leith. 

Jacob Lewis, at Calcutta, India. 

Benjamin H. Phillips, at Curracoa. 

John Gavino, at Gibraltar. 

Win, P. Gardiner, at Demerara and Essequibo. 

John Elmslie, jun, at Cape of Good Hope. 

Joseph Pulis, at Malta. David Easton, at Martmico. 

Commercial Agents to the French JRefiublic and her 

dominions. 
Fulwar Skipwith, at Paris. 
Isaac Cox Barnett, at Antwerp- 
Peter Dobell, at Havre de Grace. 
William Lee, at Bourdeaux. 
Edward Jones, Island of Guadaloupe. 
M. De la Motte, vice commercial agent at Havre de 

Grace. 
Thomas Aborn, Commercial Agent, at Cayenne. 
James Anderson, at Cette." 
Aaron Vale, Commercial Agent, L'Orient. 
W'illiam Buchanan, at Isles of France and Bourbon. 
Thomas Lovell, at La Rochelle. 
Etienne Cathalan, Commercial Agent, at Marseilles. 
John Appleton, at Calais. 
William Patterson, at Nantz. 



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128 

Francis L. Taney, at Qstend. 

Consuls to the Kingdom of Spain , and it* d&mimenr 

Moses Young, Consul at Madri4* 

Joseph Yznardi, jun. at Cadiz. 

Robert Montgomery, at Alicant. 

William Kirkpatrick, at Malaga. 

Lewis Mengher O'Brien, Consul at St. Ancle ro. 

Henry Molier, at Corunna. 

Augustin Madan, Consul at Ls. Cuira. 

Marina Lemar, Consul at Madeira. 

Vacant, Consul at Havanna. 

Josiah Blakely, St. Jago, in Cuba. 

William Willis, Barcelona. 

George Washington M'Elroy, • Teneriflfe. 

John Martin Baker, Minorca, Majorca and Yrica. 

To the Kingdom of Portugal and its dominions, 
William Jarvis, Consul at Lisbon. 
John Street j Fayal. 

To the Bat avian Republic. 
Sylvanus Bourne } consul general, Amsterdam. 
Thomas Hewes, consul, Batavia. 
Levett Harris, consul, Rotterdam. 

To the Kingdom of Denmark andits dominions, 
Hans Rodolph Saabye, consul at Copenhagen. 
Henry Cooper, Santa Cruss. 

To Russia* 
Frederick W T . Lutze, consul at Stettin* 

To Germany, 
John M. Forbes, consul at Hamburg. 
Frederick J. WicJiellauseiij Bremen. 
Philip Marck* Franconia. 
William Riggin, Trieste. 

To the Kingdom of Sweden, 
Robert C. Gardiner, consul, Gottenberg, 

To Uie Italian States. 
Thomas Appieton, consul at Leghorn. 
John Mathiew, Naples. 
John Baptistc Sartori, Rome. 



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lerick H. Walloston, consul, Genoa* 
[sepih Barnes, Island of Sicily. 

To the Barbary Powers. 
bbias Lear, consul general to the Barbary Statc% 
residing at Algiers, 
jnes Cathcart, consul, Algiers. 

Tunis, 
mes Simpson, Morocco, 

MINISTERS, 

onsuls and Commissaries of Foreign Powers resh> 
dent in the United States. 
From the Kingdom of Great Britain* 
nthony Merry, Minister Plenipotentiary, 
'nomas Barclay, consul general for the eastern states* 
hineas Bond, consul general for the middle and 
southern states* 

*homas M'Donough, consul for New-Hampshire* 
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. 
)hn Bernard Gilpin, vice-consul for Connecticut and 
Rhode-Island. 
Gabriel Wood, Baltimore. 

enj imin Moodie, consul for North and South -Caro* 
lina and Georgia. 
)hn Wallace, vice-consul for Georgia. 

From, tlie French Republic. 
ouis Andre Pichon, Charge des Affaires, and com- 
missary general of commercial relations, 
itizea Oster, vice-commissary, of commercial rela* 
tions for Virginia. 

harles Francois Liot, commissary of commercial 
relations for Pennsylvania and Delaware, 
ouis Arcambal, (temporary) vice-commissary of 
commercial relations tor Maryland, 
[arc Antoine Alexis Garaud, commissary of com- 
mercial relations, for New-Jftannpshire, Massachu- 
setts, Rhode-Isjand, and Connecticut, 
exare Gazeau, commissary at Portsmouth^ N*IL 



is© 

From the Kingdom of Spain, 

Chevalier de Yrujo, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Thomas Stoughton, (temporary) consul general. 

Antonio Argote Villalobus, consul for Virginia and, 
Kentucky. 

Jean Baptist Barnabcu, consul for Maryland. 

Diego Morphy, consul for North and South-Carolina. 

Feiipi Fatio, consul for Pennsylvania. 

Don Manuel Rengel, consul tor Georgia. 

Ivan Stoughton, consul for New-Hampshire, Massa- 
chusetts, Connecticut, Rhode-Island, and Vermont* 

Josef Wiseman, vice-consul at Newport. 

From the Kingdom of Portugal* 

John Abram, vice-consul at New -York. 

James F. Vercnock, vice-consul for South-Carolina. 

Richard Codman, vice-consul, Massachusetts. 
From the B at t avian Republic'. 

Adrian Valck, consul for Maryland and Virginia. 

Jan Rosmen Graves, consul for South -Car olina and 
Georgia. 

J. H. C. Heineken, commercial agent, Pennsylvania. 
From Prussia. 

Johann Ernst Christian Scultz, consul, Baltimore. 
From Denmark* 

Peter Blecker Olsen, esq. minister resident and con- 
sul general. 

David Green, vice-consul for Massachusetts. 

Jacob Eberhard August Steinmeitz, vice-consul fo» 
South-Carolina. 

William Scarborough, do. for Georgia. 

Erich Bollman, do. Pennsylvania. 

John Boutz, do.*North-Carolina. 

George Hamekin, do. New-York and Conn. 

Joseph Winthrsp, do. South-Carolina. 

Peter Collin, do. Maryland. 

Jonathan Swift, do. District of Columbia. 

From Sweden, 

Richard Soderstrom, consul general. 



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Joseph Winthrop, vice-consul, Charleston, S. C. 
onatlvm Swift, Columbia, and the ports on thePtk. 
jharles F. Deyen, vice-consul for New-Hampshire, 

Massachusetts and Rhode-Island, 
lenry Gahn, \ ice-consul for New-York and Conn, 
"ohn Cowper, vice-consul for Norfolk and all other 

ports in Virginia, except those on the Potomack. 
form Baritz,' vice-consul tor North-Carolina. 
Peter Coiiin, vice-consul for Maryland. 



Legiflature of the United States. 

SENATE. 

Aaron Burr, President. 

Samuel A. Otis, Secretary! 



New- Hampshire, 
Simeon Olcott, 
William Plummer. 

Rhode-Island* 
Christopher Ellery, 
Samuel J. Potter. 

Massachusetts . 
John Q. Adams, 
Timothy Pickering, 

Connecticut* 
James Hillhouse, 
Uriah Tracy. 

Vermont* 
Stephen R. Bradley, 
Israel Smith. 

New- York* 
Theodorus Baileys 
John Armstrong, 

New-Jersey* f 
Jonathan Dayton, 
John Condit. 



Pennsylvania* 
George Logan, 
Samuel Maclay. 

Delaware* 
William Hill Wells, 
Samuel White. 

Maryland* 
Robert Wright, 
Samuel Smith. 

Virginia* 
John Taylor, 
Wilson Carey Nicholas, 

North - Carolina* 
Jesse Franklin, 
David Stone. « 

South -Carolina* 
Thomas Sumpter, , 
Pierce Butler. 

Georgia* 
Abraham Baldwia, 
James Jackson. 



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Kentucky* 
John Brown, 
John Breckenridge. 

Tennessee* 
William Cocke, 

Doctor Gantt, Chaplain 



Joseph Anderaoiu 

Ohio. 
Thomas Worthing 
John Smith. 



J 

ngfoli; 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Nathaniel Macon, Speaker* 
John Beckley, Clerk. 



JVeiv-Ha?n-fishire< 
Silas Betton, 
Clifton Clagget, 
David Hough, 
Samuel Hunt, 
Samuel Tenney* 

Massachusetts* 
Phanuel Bishop, 
1?hinehas Bruce, 
Jacob Crowningshieldj 
Manasseh Cutler, 
Richard Cutts, 
Thomas Dwighfy 
William Eustis, 
Seth Hastings, 
Nahum Mitchell, 
Ebenezer Seaver, 
Thompson J. Skinner, 
William Stedman, 
Samuel Taggart, 
Samuel Thatcher, 
Joseph B. Varntim, 
Peleg Wadsworth, 
Lemuel Williams* 

Rhode-Island* 
Kehemiah Knight, 
Joseph Stanton^junr 



Connecticut* 
Simeon Baldwin, 
John Davenport, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Calvin Goddard, 
Roger Griswold, 
John C^ Smith, . 
Benjamin Talmadge* 

Vermont. 
William Chamberlain*, 
Martin Chittenden, 
James Elliot, 
Gideon Olin, 

New- Yot^ki 
John Cantine, 
Gaylord Gi iswold, 
Josiah Hasbrook, 
Henry W. Livingstohf 
Andrew M'Cord, 
Samuel L* Mitchell*, 
Be in ah Palmer, 
Oliver Phelps, 
K. K. Van Renssellaer! 
Erastus Root, 
Thomas Sammons, 
JoshXia Sands, 
John Smith, 



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Seorge Tibbits, 
)avid Thomas, 

Kilip Van Cortlandt, 
niel C. Verplanck. 

Pennsylvania . 
saac Anderson, 
3avid Bard, 
lobert Brown, 
oseph Clay, 
Frederick Conrad, 
William Findley, 
Andrew Gregg, 
ohn A. Hanna, 
oseph He Liter, 
William Hoge, 
Michael Leib, 
fohn B. Lucas, 
fohn Rea, 
facob Richards, 
fohn Smilie, 
fohn Stewart, 
[saac Van Home, 
fohn Wliitehill, 

Delaware, 
[Jsesar A. Rodney. 

Maryland* 
fohn Archer, 
Walter Bowie, 
fohn Campbell, 
fohn Dennis, 
Daniel Heister, 
William M'Creery, 
Nicholas R. Moere, 
Joseph H. Nicholson, 
rhomas Plater. 

Virginia* 
rhomas Cb.ibome, 
Matthew Clay, 



John Clopton, 
John Dawson, 
John W. Eppes, 
Peterson Goodwyn, 
Edwin Gray, 
Thomas Griffin, 
David Holmes, 
John G. Jackson, 
Walter Jones, 
Joseph Lewis, jun. 
Thomas Lewis, 
Anthony New, 
Thomas Newton, jun. 
John Randolph, jun. 
Thomas M. Randolph, 
John Smith, 
James Stephenson, 
Philip R. Thompson, 
Abraham Trigg, 
John Trigg. 

North - Carolina* 
Nathaniel Alexander, 
Willis Alston, jun. 
William Blackledge, 
James Gillespie, 
James Holland, 
William Kennedy, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
John D. Purviance, 
Richard Stanford. 
Marmaduke Williams, 
Joseph Wmston, 
Thomas Wynns. 

Son ih - Carolina* 
William Butler, 
Levi C asey, 
John E axle, 
Wade H an sgrtff% 



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Benjamin Huge*, 
Thomas Loundes, 
Thomas Moore, 
Richard Winn. 

Georgia* 
Joseph Bryan, 
Peter Early, 
Samuel Hammond, 
David Merriwether, 

Kentucky* 
George M. Bedinger, 
John Boyle, 



John Fowled, 
Matthew Lyon, / 
Thomas Sandforo* 
Matthew Walton. 

Tennessee. 
George W. Campbel^ 
William Dickson, 
John Rhea. 

Ohio. 
Jeremiah Morrow. 

Missisipfii Territory m J 
W. Latimer, [Delegate,] 1 



Rev. Mr. Parkinson, Chaplain, 

Standing Committees of the House. 

Of Elections — Messrs. Findley, Goddard, Clary 
Hunt, Varnum, Livingston, and Kennedv. 

OJ C7<xz?ws~Messrs. John C. Smith, 6regg, Pla- 
cer, Holmes, T. Moore, Chamberlin, and Bedinger, 

Of Commerce and Manufactures — Messrs. Mit- 
chell, Dana, M'Creery,Leib,Crowningsaield,Newton, 
and Winn. 

Of Revival and Unfinished Cfoims—* Messrs*- 
Tenney, Boyle, and Dickson. 

Of Ways and Means — Messrs. Randolph, Nichol* 
son, Hastings, Griswold, Clay, Rodney, and Sands. 



Governors of the feveral States, 



J\/e w- Hampshire $ 

Massachusetts, 

Ilhode-Island, 

Connecticut, 

Vermont, 

J\fe%v-York) 

JYew- Jersey, 

Pennsylvania^ 



John T. Gilman* 
Caleb Strong, 
Arthur Fenner, 
Jonathan Trumbull* 
Isaac Tichen®r, 
George Clinton, 
Joseph Bloomfield* 
Thomas M'Kean, 



Delaware, David Hall, 

Maryland^ Robert Bowie, 

Virginia, John Page, 
North-Carolina, 

South -Carolina , John Drayton, 

Georgia, John Milledge, 

Kentucky, James GaiTard, 

7 ennesseey John SeYier, 

Ohio, Edward Tiffin. 



Mksisipjii TerHtory. 
William C. C. Claiborne, Goyernor. 
~ato West, Secretary. 
Seth Lewis, Chief Justice. 
Peter Bryan Brum, 2d Judge. 
David Ker, 3d do. 



Indiana Territory. 
William H. Harrison, Gorernor, 
John Gibson, Secretary. 
Thomas T. Davis, Chief Justice. 
Henry Vanderburgh, 2d Judge. 
John Griffin, Sd do. 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the city of Washington. 

Receiver* cf Public Money for Land*. 
James. Findley, at Cincinnati. 
Elijah" Backus, at Marietta. 
Zaccheus Biggs, at Stcubenvilte. 
Samuel Findley, at Cbiiicothc. 

Registers of the Land Office of the United Stats*. 
David Hoge, Register, Steubenville. 
Joseph Wood, do. Marietta. 
Israel Ludlow, do. Cincinnati. 
Jesse Spencer, do. Chilicothe. 



J 



iff 

Poft-Office Eftablifhmtnt. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. fi 

For lettes conveyed by land, single,double,and triple 
Any distance not exceeding 40 miles 8 cents, 

over 40 90 10 

90 150 12J 

150 300 17 

300 500 20 

560 «• 25 



I 



Double letters are double, and triple letters tripfe 
of these rates, A packet of the weight of one ounc& 
at the rate oi four single letters, and in like propor* 
tion for one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters passing by sea, in packet boats, the 

Iroperty of the United States, 8 cents each ; double 
etters 16 cents ; and triple letters 24 cents. All let- 
ters or packets by private vessels, 2 cents each, with 
the addition of postage, if destined to any other place 
than where the vessel may arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry ? 
or break bulk, until the master has delivered to the 
Post-Blaster all the letters brought in his vessel, ex* ■ 
cept those for the owner or consignee. 

POSTAGE OJY NEWSPAPERS. 

Each paper not carried over 100 miles, one cent, 
and over 100 miles, one and an half cents. But if car* 
ried to any Post-Office in the state in which it is 
printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is only- 
one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet. 

Any distance not exceeding 50 miles one cent. 
Over 50 and not exceeding 100 miles, one and an half 
cents. Any greater distance, two cents. 



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list of Tost ^Masters, in the cities and fiHnciftftl 
towns in the United States. 



Maine, Monmouth, 
inland, 
ath, 

ly mouth, 
runswick, 
ells, 



John Chandler, 
Samuel Freeman, 
D.Scwall, 
William Goodwin, 
Andrew Doming, 
Joseph Storer, 



JfyWiv/ifow/tt/wVtfjWalpole.Gurdon Kimiiiigton^ 



Portsmouth, 

Dhariestown, 

feene, 

fl Massachusetts^ Boston, 

^astin«, 

Worcester, 

Salem, 

Deuham, 

antuckct, 

orthampton, 
Wiscasset, 
Willi am stown, 
Greenfield, 
Newbedford, 
Strxkbridge, 
Springfield, . 
Rhode-Island, Newport, 
Providence, 
SouQi -Kingston, 
Bristol, 
Westerley, 

Cotmevficut, Hartford, 
New-H&ven, 
New-London^ 
Sorwalk, 
Guilford, ; 
Saybrcok, 

(Norwich, 

u 



Mark bnrcs, 

F. A. Sumner, 
Daniel Adams, 
Jonathan Hastings, 
George Tyler, 

Wilson, 

John Dabney, 
J. SI rattle worth, 
WUU&iri Coffin, 
Levi Lyman, 
Ebei - zer Whither, 
£ zekiel Paeon, 
ThcHiiai Bickmaa, 
W. Tdbn 
Horatio Jones, 
J. Bycrs, 
J. Pachardson, 
Benjamin West, 
Willi, m Nichols, 
Hezekiah Usher, 
Row sc B abco Ck, 

Todd, 

Jesse At. water, 
Rkhard Dowglass^ 2d. 
W i 11 i a ? n Lock wood) 
Medad Stone, 
F'tMiphrey Pratt, 
^ Gjjrdjper Carpenter^ 
X Jacob DeVYitt; 

2, 



Durham, 

Stratford, 

Derby, 

Wallingford, 

East-IIaddairj, 

Bridgport, 

Windham, 

Stonington, 

Plainfield, 

Colchester, 

Suffield, 

Middletown, 

Pomfret, 

Lyme. 

Weather sfield, 

Killing worth, 

Fairfield, 

D anbury, 

Stamford, 

Canaan, 

Litchfield, 

Farmington, ' 

Milfc-rd, 

New-Hartford, 

Chatham, 

«M j w-Ybr£, New-York, 

Canadarqua, 

Albany, 

Hudson, 

Lansinburgh, 

Geneva, 

Newburgh, 

Troy, 

Sag-Harbour, 

New-Jersey, Trenton, 

Newark, 

Burlington, ' 

Elizabethtown, 



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James Robinsoa, 
V. Wetmore, 
S. J« Andrews, 
James Carrington, 
James Green, 
Charles Bostwick, 
Charles Taintor, 
Samuel Trumbull, 
Ebenezer Eaton, 
Samuel A. Peters, 
William Gay, 
Wensley Hobby, 
Lemuel Grosvenor, 
Marshfield Parsons, 
Levi Butler, 
Samuel Crane, 
Thaddeus Burr, 
Ebenezer R. White, 
A, Davenport, 
O. Burrill, 
Moses Seymour, 
Samuel Richards, 
yVm, Durand, 
Michael Gillet, 
John H. Peters, 

Thomas Chapen, 
George W. Mancius, 
C. Gelston, 
J. B. Shelden, 
E. H a Gordon, 

Caldwell, 

J. Woodworth, 
H. P. Bering, 
Peter Gordon, 
Samuel Hay, 
T. Neil, 
T, Chapman, 



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Itiddleton-Point, 

wennsylva. Philadelphia, 

ancaster, 

hester, 

Iristol, 

ittsburgh, 

jVilkesbarre, 

Delaware, Wilmington, 

" Maryland, Baltimore, 

nnapolis, 

eorgetown, 

avre de Grasse, 

irginia, Alexandria, 

"or folk, 
illiamsburgh, 

ichmond, 

"ew-London, 
IPetersburgh, 
Fredericksburgh, 
S. Carolina, Charleston, 
Georgetown, 
Vermont, Windsor, 
Burlington, 
Bennington, 
Rutland, 
Ohio, Marietta, 



D. Foreman, 
Robert Patton, 
G. Moore, 
Aaron Cobourn, 
Joseph Clum, 
George Adams, 
Lord Butler, 
Edward Gilpin, 
Alexander Furnival, 
S. Green, 
Tristram Dalton, 
Samuel Jay, 
James M. M'Rea, 
Edward Archer, 
James Davis, 
John Guerrant, 
H. W. Lange, 
John Grammer, 

Benson, 

Thomas W. Bacot, 
Abraham Cohen, 
Thomas Leverett, 
John Fay, 
Micah J. Lyman, 
David Smith, 
J. Munro. 



Fifcal Statement for Conne6Ucut. 

3 he Funds afifirofiriated for expenses of Govern- 

ment, are 
Interest on Stock in the United States Dots. Cts. 
Funds, (annual amount.) - - 23,674 20 

Duties on Civil processes, do. - - 5,400 

Tax of 7 mills on the dollar, (ordinarily,) 35,760 



g 64,834 20 



140 

TJie annual exfiences of Government in Connectic 

are estimated as follows, viz* 
Salaries, to the Governor, g 1,000 
Deputy-Governor, 334 

Judges of the S. Court, 5,5C0 
Treasurer, 832 68 

Comptroller, 832 68 

Secretary, 80 

8,579 % 

Pay of the General Assembly two sessions, 

including contingent charges, - - - 17,100 
Judicial expenses, including debenture of 

S. Court of errors, 6,100 

Expense of Paupers and Vagrants, - - 4,000 
Allowance to schools, of § 2 on the 1000 

of the list payable out of the state tax, 12,000 
Contingent expenses, comprizing all the 
other charges of Government not "be- 
fore enumerated, ------- 6,? 00 

— 

g 57,979 S| 



The existing Funds appertaining to the State* a- 
greeable to the public accounts stated to the Isl 
day of October 1803, are those which follow ', viz. 

FUNDS OF CIVIL LIST. 

Funded 6 per cent stock, - - - - g 217,383 63 

Deferred, do. - - 152,167 50 

Funded 3 per cent do. ----- - 50,038 6' 

Surplus of "Cash in the Treasury ready 

to be subscribed to the State Banks, - 30,000 

gT449,589 19 

FUNDS FOR SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS. 

School Bends collaterally secured, - 1,021,744 75 

Six per cent Stock, - - - - - 14,593 89 

Carried forward, 1,036,327 64 



i4i 

Amount bro't forward, 1,036,337 64 

deferred stock, 5,582 40 

rhree per cent, do 4,571 9$ 

I Jew Lands, value at which received by 
the State, 194,000 

g 1,240,491 99 
Amount of Civil List Funds as above 5 449,589 19 

Total Capital Funds, g 1,690,081 18 

— —— p— ■— — - ; ■ ■ ' ■—» ■--' i ■ 

STATISTICAL TABLE 

For the United States, for the year 1802—3. 
'Extent, ... - Acres 640,000,000 
improved Lands, - - Acres 38,000,000 

Population, - - Souls 5,603,313 

Militia, 940,000 

xt C Ships 20 

lNay y> iGuns 600 

Seamen, 62,000 

Vvrwr* J Domestic Produce, g 36,182,173 

fcxpo.ts, £ Foreign do# . . 35,774,971 

Merchant Vessels, - tons *947,576 

Revenue, g 10,400,000 

Expenditure, *9,800,000 

Average of Labor per day - - - - 75 
Average price of Wheat, - «• 1 30 

Metallic medium circulating, - - 16,500,000 

Public Debt, 87,455,521 

Sinking Fund, 8,000,000 

Funds in the Treasury, - 5,860,000 

Property of the United States. 

Specie, g 2,000,000 

4,500 Lots in Washington, - - - 1,500,000 
235,000,000 Acres of Land at g2 per 7 4r0)000?000 

* This is taken from the preceding year ; mt ha* 
ving a return of the last quarter* 



14* 

Statement of the Coins issued by the Mint of t 
United States, from the years 1798 to 1802, i\ 
'elusive, -viz. 

1798 - - - g 545,698 

1799 - 645,906 68 

1800 - 571,355 40 . 

1801 ---. 510,956 37 

1802 - 516,115 83 

Total, g 2,790,012 28 

bf which 1,582,575 Dollars were in Gold Coins, 
1,111,203 Dollars in Silver, and 
96,234 68 in Copper. 

jBMBMnaw» MM—i—iiiiii iiwhww >im*iin« muBMaahsMMp 

ABSTRACT 

Of the Report of the Secretary of the Treasury 
the United Stales, October, 1803. 
THE nett revenue arising from duties on merchai 
dize and tonnage in 1802, exceeded 10,000,000 do 
lars ; the revenue of the two first quarters < 
1803, was 50,000 dollars less than the correspondin 
quarters in 1602 ; but in the year ending Septembe 
30, 1803, this revenue exceeded 10,000,000 dollars 
the annual revenue from customs may now be safe! 
calculated at ten millions of dollars, and from th 
sale of public lands at 400,000 ; the permanent an 
nual expenses of government amount to 9,800,00 
dollars, of which 7,300,000 dollars are annually ap 
propriated for the payment of the principal and in 
terest of the dekt, of which about three millions am 
an half are at present applicable to the discharge o 
the principal, and the residue to the payment of th< 
interest ; and 2,500,000 dollars, for the current ex 
penses of government. The above 9,800,000 heim 
deducted from the annual revenue of 1 0,400,000, leavt 
sl surplus revere of 600,000 dollars, applicable U 



MS 

;her objects. Exclusive of the permanent resotit*- 
»s, the specie in the Treasury amounts to 5,860,000 
ollars ; which, with arrears of direct tax, outstand- 
lg internal duties, and a sum to be repaid on account 
f advances made in England ftr the prosecution of 
laims, make an aggregate in the Treasury of 6,660, 
|i00. This sum, after reserving the sum which it is 
lecessary to keep in the treasury, will be adequate to 
(he discharge of the 2,664,000 due on account of the 
Convention with Great Britain — of the extraordinary 
jxpences attending the French and British conven- 
iens, estimated at 100,000— of the loan of ^00,00a 
jloilars obtained from Maryland, for the city of 
(Washington ; and of the two millions of dollars ap- 
propriated on account cf the purchase of Louisiana, 
ndependent of the two millions above mentioned, 
he new debt to be created on account of Louisiana 
jwill not exceed Thirteen Millions of dollars ; the an- 
nual interest of which, and expences, is estimated at 
'€00,000 dollars. This last sum will be paid cut of the 
600,000 dollars surplus above mentioned, and the nett 
revenue collected at New-Orleans ; — which iast is 
estimated at 350,000 dollars, subject however to a 
deduction of 150,000 dollars, on account of the dimi- 
nution of the revenue now collected on the imposts 
from New -Orleans ; the expences of the civil admi- 
nistration, and those incident to the intercourse with 
the Indians. The report provides for the payment 
of the interest on the French debt out of the Sinking 
Fund ; which will make the annual permanent ap- 
propriation for the Sinking Fund eight millions of dol- 
lars. The new debt will neither impede nor retard 
the payment of the principal of the old debt ; and 
the fund will be sufficient, besides paying the interest 
on both, to discharge the principal of the old debt be- 
fore the year 1818, and that of the new, within one 
year and an half after that date. In relation to the 
American claims, the payment of which is assume^ 



144 



by the convention with France, the appropriation < 
3,750,000 dollars out of what remains of the unappn 
priated monies in the Treasury is recommended ; am 
that the President be authorised t© borrow 1,750,00$^ 
dollars, at 6 per cent, to effect the whole payment, 

Salaries of the principal officers in th* 
Government of the United States. 

Secretary ofthe Treasury, - - g 5,000 

Secretary of State, 5,000 

Secretary of War, .-_--- - 4,500 

Secretary of the Navy, - - - - 4^500 

Comptroller of the Treasury, - - 3,500 

Auditor, - 3j000 

Treasurer, -------- 3,000 

Register, -. 2,400 

Attorney-General, 3,000 

Commissioner of Revenue, - - 3,000 

Accountant of War Department, - 3,000 

Accountant of Navy Department, - 2,000 

Post-Master-Genefai, - - - - 3,000 

Assistant Post-Master-Generai, - 1,700 



Friends' General Meetings are kept 
AT Philadelphia, the 4th first day in the third andt 
ninth months.— at Wilmington, the next first day af* 
ter spring meeting in Philadelphia.— -at Chester Riv- 
er (in Maryland) the 3d seventh day in the fourth 
month.— at Duck Creek, the 4th seventh day in the 
fourth month.— at Salem, the 3d first day in the fifth 
month.— at New-York, the 4th first day of the fifth 
month.— at Little Egg-Harbor, the 1st first day in 
the sixth month.— at Curls and Black -Water (in Vir- 
ginia) alternately the 3d seventh day in the fifth 
month.— at West River aad Choptank, alternately, 



145 

the 1st seventh day in the 6th month.— At Newport, 
[Rhode-Island) the 2d sixth day in the sixth month, 
—at Little Creek, the 4th seventh day in the tenth 
nonth. — at Shrewsbury, the 4th *ir&t day in the tenth 
nonth. — at Csecil, the 3d seventh day in the tenth 
nonth.— at Old Neck, in Perquimons (North Carc- 
ina) the 4th sixth day in the tenth month. 

Commissioner for ascertaining the Eights of Per* 
tons' claiming Lands under John Cleves Symmcs* 

John Lelman. 



Commissioners for hearing and determining all dis- 
puted Claims to Land in the Missisijipi 2erritory y 
whether under grants from (*r eat -Britain or 
Spain, or by actual settlement. 

[Appointed by the President of the United States.] 

Ephraim Kirby, of Connecticut. 
Caesar Rodney, of Delaware. 
Robert Williams, of North-Carolina* 



American Commissioners. 

# Those whom it may concern are informed, that 
the office of the American Commissioners, appoint- 
ed under the late Convention between France and 
the United States, is opened at Paris, No. 1559, Rue 
tie L'Univer site Faubourg, Saint Germain* 

" All communications to the Board, are to be ad- 
dressed in writing, franked, t© the undersigned, Se? 
sectary to the Commissioners. 

Nat* Cutting^ 

^cm, 8th July, 1.603. 






94$ 

Lift of Courts in the Netv-Englarrt 
States, for each month. 

KOTE— S.F.G. Jlahdsfor Supreme Federal Court. Ct\ 
C. Circuit Federal Court. D. F. C Diftricl Federh 

' Court. S.J4C. Supreme Judicial Court. S. C. Eupremx 
Court. S.C.E. Supreme Court of Errors. C.P. Com] 
mon Pleas. C.C. Count j Court* 



JANUARY begins 6n Sun- 
day, 31 days. 
S.C. Windham, Gon. 

ift Tuef. 
*—— Burlington, I ft do. 
•— Windham, V*. ift do. 
£u — Middlebury, £d da. 
■■■ .. Norwich, 4th do. 

altern. at N. L* and N. 
*— Fairfield, 2d Tuef. 

altern. atD. and F. 
— — Rutland, ift Tuefday 

after 4th do. 
C.P. Bofton, pedham, and 

Portfmouth, ift do. 
•——Lenox, ift Monday. 
, , ■■ Warren and Briftol, 

2d do. 
— — Northampton, id do. 
» Eaftgreeawich, 3d do. 
C.C, Danville, ift do. 

M — Rochefter, 3d Tuef 



S.C. Portfmeutb, Tuef 
— — Hartford, 3d do, 
—-Litchfield, ift do, 

— Manchefter, 3d do 1 
next following 4th in! 
January. 

-Dover, 4th Tuef, 

C.P. S.Kingfton, 2d MoridJ 

Portland, 3d Tuef/ 

C.C. Tolland^ 2d do. 

— Burlington, Vt. la$| 
do. fave one. 



FEBRUARY begnis on 
. Wednefday, 29 days. 
S.F.C. Washington, ift Mo 
fa.F.C. Windfor, ift Mond, 
> 1 . ■ Newport, ift Tuef. 
*■ ■ '■■ New-Haven, 3d do 



MARCH begins on Thurf- 

day> 31 days. 
D.F.C WifcafTet, ift Tuef. 
Salem &Portfmouth # i 
3d do. 
S.J.C. Bofton, 
- — Dedham, 
S.C. Newport, 
Briftol, 
Providence, 



CP 



2d do, 
laft do. 

ift Mmf 
2d do. 
3d do. 



, Haverhill,N.H. iftTtf* 
• Ipfwich, 2d do* 

- Nantucket, Tu. next 
preeed. laft Tuefday. 

- Concord, Mond. pre« 
j|d Tuefday,. 



.f.Woredfcer, Mood, pre- 
ceding 4th do. 

-r- Barnftable &: Amherft, 
laft Tuef. 

;.C. Middlebury,&Craftf- 
bur j, i ft Monday. 

St. Albans, $d do. 

-Woodftock, 3d do. 

— — New-Haven and Rut- 
land, £cl Tuefday. 

— — Litchfield and Hart- 
ford, 4th do. 

Haddam, lafl Tuefd. 



147 
D.F.C. 



LPRIL begins on Sunday, 
30 days. 
>Tew York, 2d day. 
N. Haven, 13th day. 
Concord, 2d Tuef. 
Ipfwicb, 3d do, 
Worcefter, 4th do. 
York, 2d Tuefd. af- 
ter 3d do. 
£. Greenwich^ 2d Mon. 

S. Kingfton, 4th do. 

:.P. Keene, ift Tuefd. 
- — Plymouth, ad Tuefd. 
— - B.ofton, York, and Ed 

gar ton, 3d do. 

-7— Taunton, Mond, pre- 
ceding 3d do. 
— — Qep'bani, lafl do. 
fc-C Fairfield, 3d Tuefd 



S.J.C 



Portland, iftTuaf* 
- Jutland, 2d Mond* 
Providence, 2d Tu« 
Hartford, 3d do- 
Nortbamp. iftTuefj 
next aft. 4th in Ap- 
Lenox, 2d do. next 
aft. 4th do, in do. 
Portland, 4th Tuef, 
next aft 3d in do. 
S.C. Hopkinton, ift Tuef* 
Charleft. n.h. 3d d«. 
C.P. Caftine, ift do. 

Wifcaflet, 2d Mond. 

Concqrd, Mond. prec 
3d Tuefday. 
• Augufta, 3d TuefH. 
Newport, 3d IVIfiwd. 
1 providence, 4th do. 



MAY begins on 

31 day$, 

C.F.C. Windfor, 

— — Pertfmaa. 



JUN£ begins #n Friday, 

3® days. 
C.F.C Bolton, ift day. 

— Newport, 15th day. 
p.FC Bofton, 4th Tuek 

— Exeter, 3d do. 
S-J.C. Augufta, 6th Tuefd. 

next aft. 3d in April. 

r« wifcaiTet, 8th Tu,. 
next aft. 3d in Ap. 

— Barnftuble, 3d Tuef. 
r— Tly mouth, 4thTuef. 
t* Caftine, 10th Tuef. 

next aft 3d in Ap* 
TTuefday,fs.C. Plymouth,*! #. ift Tu. 
IC.P. Biiftol, iftMond. 

ift day. p Worcefter, Ivlpr). prjr* 

19th day. J teding 2ti Tuef. 



148 



m~ Portland, 3d Tuefday. 
— *- Salem, laft do. 

C.C Maachefter, ift Mon. 
■■■ ' ' Newfane and Chelfea, 

2d Monday. 
1 N. London, 2d Tuef. 
— Guildhall, Vt. 3d Mo. 
■ ■ Danville, laft do, 

S.C.E. Hartford rft Tuefd 

alter- Hart. fcN.Hav. 



JULY begins on Sunday, 
31 days. 
S.C. Middletown,laft Tue. 
fave one. 

alt. at Had.& Mid. 
.— Tolland, laft Tuefday 

fave two. 
~ - New-Haven, laft Tue 
C.P. Eofton, iftdo. 



C.P. Plymouth and Exeter,) 

2d Tuefday. 
— — Southkingft. 2d Mond. 
» E. Greenwich, 3d do. 

— Machias, and Augufta. 
3d Tuefday. 

-Gilmantown 3d do. 
— — Northampton '&■ Top 
fliam, 4th Monday. 

— Waterbor©' 4th Tuef 

— Lenox, 4th Monday. 

— Caftine, 2d do. 
C.C. Windham, 3d Tuef 

— Hartford, 2d do. 

— Brownington, 4th Mo 



AUGUST, begins on Wed- 

nefday, 31 days. 
D.F.C. Windfor, rft Mond. 

! — t Newport, ift Tuef. 

• ■.... New -Haven, 3d do. 

S.J.C Dedham and Fair- 
field, ift Tuefday. 
S.C Newfane, Ift do. 
— — Danbury, ift do. 

alt. at Danbury &Fair, 
. Litchfield, and Wood 

ftoock, Vt. 3d Tuef. 

Newport, 4th Mond. 

— - . Chelfea, 2d Tuef. next 

following 3d do. 
— ©aaville, 3d io. next 
following 4th do. 



SEPTEMBER begins oa 

Saturday, 30 days. 
C.F.C. New-York, ift daf 

Hartford, 17th do. 
DF.C. Wifcaffet, ift Tu. 
Salem, 2d do. 
Portfmouth, 3d da 



S. J.C. LenoxfcAlfred, 2d do; 
— ^Northampton Sc Port 

land, 3d do. 
— — Augufta and Worce 

iter, 4th do. 
— — Wifcaffet, ift Tue* 
next after 4th^ 
S.C. Hartford and Dover 

ift Tuefday. 
— Windham and Exeter 

3d Tuefday, 
— — New-London, 4th da 
alt. at N.L. &■ N. 

Briftol, 2d Mon. 

Pvovidente, 3d dt« 



C.P. Worcefter, Mon. next 
preced. ift Tuefd. 

— Concord and Taunton, 
2d Monday, 

— Plymouth, n h. 2d do. 

— Hopkinton, ift Tuef 

— Charleft n H. 4th do. 

— Dedham & Ntwbury- 
port, laft Tuefday. 

CC. Tolland 2d Tuefday. 

— Litchfield, 3d do. 
Woodftock, V. 3d Mo. 

— Burlington, V. laft do. 

fave two. 

— Middlebury, laft Mon. 

OCTOBER, begins o n Mofj- 

day, 3' days. 
CF.C. Rutland, 3d day. 

b. Boflon, 20th day. 

S.J.C Taunton 3d Tuef. 
■ Cambridge, 4th Jo. 

— ■ Salem, laft Tuefday 
S.C Amhcrft, ft do. 

— Keene, 3d do. 

— E. Greenwich, ift Mo 
■■ S. Kingfton, 2d do. 

C P. Bofton '& Nantucket, 

1 ft Tuefday. 
— — N. Gloucefter, 3d do. 

— Tifbury & Biddeford, 

laft Tuefday. 

NOVEMBER begins on 
Thurfday, 30 .days. 
CF.C. Exeter, 2d day. 
— — — Providence, 15th do, 
D.F.C. Rutland, ift Mon- 



149 



Providence and Hartford f 
3d Tuefday. 

SJC Boflon, 2d do. 

S.C. Haverhill, n.h. ift do» 

C.P. Newport, ift Mon. 

Barnftable, ift Tuef. 

Cambridge, Jd Mon. 

Plymouth, 3d Tuef. 

C C. Hartford, 4th do. 

Middletown, 2d do. 

Danbury and Rutland, 

3d Tuefday. 

Norwich and New- Ha- 
ven, 4th do. 

St Albans, 2d Mom 



DECEMBER begins on Sa- 
turday, 31 days. 
D F C. Bofton &: Portland, 
ift Tuefday. 

Exeter, gd Tuef. 

S.C. Haddam, 2d do. 

alt. at H. & M. 

Tolland, 3d do. 

New-Haven, 4th Tit. 

St. Albans, laft Mon. 

C P. Worcefter. Mon. pre- 
ceding ift Tuef. 

Taunton, Mond. pre- 
ceding 2d do. 

Augufta, 2d Tuefday. 

-— Provide nee,- 3d Mond. 
— ^ Ipfwich, bft Tuefday/ 
CC Windham, 2d Tuef. 

New fane &• Chelfea-, 

2d Monday. 

Bennington &\ Guild*- 

nail, 3d do. . - , 

8 2 



%50 
ROADS. 



<No. I.) 

'Xaad to Newport. 
Groton miles 4 
Stonington 5 

Paucafcoc bridge 5 



Gharleftnwn 
Tower Hill 
JFerry 
Newport 



8 

3 
7 

49 
(No. II) 
Lower Road to Pro- 
vidence. 
To Towerhill 39 
North- Kingfton 6 
Greenwich 10 

Fulling Mill $ 
Providence 10 

68 
(No. III.) 

MidJ/RoadtoPro- 

i}idcncj & Bofton. 

Turnpike, Mont 



Walpole 
Dedham 
Roxbury 
Bofton 



8 
t 
3 
9 

102 



vilie 
Norwich 
JLjIbon 
.PUitnfield 
Voluntown 
Scituate 

Ma7)cht'fler 

PROVIDK^CE 

Aitieborongh 
•— Holmes 
Wrentham 



(No, IV.) 

From Bofton to 
Newburyport 45 

From Newbury- 
port to Ports- 
mouth 1% 

From Portfmouth 
to Portland 62 

From Portland to 
Machias 203 

332 
(No.V.) 

Turnpike Road to 

Hartford. 
Montviile 8 

Colcheter 12 

Mciilhorough 8 
GlaOenbury 10 
Eaft-Hartibrd 



Aftiford 

Union 

Brimfield 

Palmer 

Belchertown 

Antherft 

Sunderland 

Montague 

Northfield 

Hinfdale 

Chefterfield 

Weftmoreland 

Walpole 

Charleftown 

Claremont 

Cornifh 

Plainfield 

Lebanon 

College 



OH: 

3 
in 

I 

U 

II 
9 
9 

9 



10 
5 

5 

187 



Hartforu 



42| 



(No. VI.) 
Road to Dartmouth 

College. 

Vlontvtlle 7 

9 Norwich 7 

4! Franklin 4 

5J Windham # 



(No. VII.) 

Road to New-Ha- 
ven and NeW* 
York. 
4 i tyme 15 

Acrofs the Ferry 
to Saybrook 4 

Killing worth 

Qui lib rd 

Branford 

New- Haven 

Milfbrd 

Stratford 

Fairfield 

Morwaik 



9 

10 
10 

9 
10 

4 

9 

#2 



Ilfamforfr * 


Iff 

Head Elk t2 


"Damfries fft 


jrlorfeneck 6 


Charleftown 10 


Frederick(burg2$ 


Rye 6 


Acrofs theSnfque- 


Rowling Green 2Z 


Merineck 4 


hannah 7 


Hanover a| 


fJew-RocheHe 4 


Baltimore 38 


Richmond a 2 


Kingfbridge 9 


Rope Ferry 8 


Peter (burgh a 5 


Hew- York 15 


—Spurrier's 8 


Halifax 75 


■4d 


-Rote's 8 


Tariburg 37 


145 


Alexandria 28 


Smithfield 6$ 


(No. VIII ) 


_ 


Fayetteville 5$ 


jflro/^New- York to 


156 


Greeno 7| 


Philadelphia. 


(No. X ) 


Campden 55 


Newark i° 


From Hartford to 


Columbia 3f 


lEH^abethtown 6 


Savannah in Geor- 


Cambridge 83 


Woodbridge \o 


gia, Poft-Road. 


Auguftft 5$ 


JJrunfwick IC 


Hartford to 


Savannah 120 


JTen Mile Run 10 


Middietown 14 


■■ 


Princeton 8 


New-Haven 26 


n64 


Trenton 12 


Stratford I 4 


(No. XL) 


Briftol 10 


Fairfield 8 


From Hirtford, t& 


penny-Peck io 


Norwalk 12 


Windfor, Vt. 


Frankfort 5 


Stamford 10 


Poft Road. 


Philadelphia 5 


Kingfbridge 30 


Hartford to 


_< 


New- York 1 4 


W. Springfield 3* 


96 


Newark 9 


Northampton 4 


(No. IX.) 


E. Town 6 


Hatfield | 
Whately h 


"Frtm Philadelphia 


N. Brnnfwick 2® 


fa Alexandria 


Princeton 18 


Deer fie id ^ 


Derby 7 


Trenton la 


Greenfield 3 


Chefter 8 


Philadelphia 3©'BArnArdftoa il 


Wilmington i3'Chefter |5 Brattleborough iQ 


Chriftianbridge 9* Wilmington 13! Putney M 


Elizabethtown * Charleitown 31 


Weftminfter 10 


Bridgetown 6 


Havre de Grace 6 


-valpole Bridge 3 


-Woodbridge 4 
•^JewBrunfwick io 


Hertford 1 2 


Charleftown 7 


Baltimore 25 


Olaremont 7 


Princeton 18 


Bladenlburg 38 1 


vVindfor ** 


Trenton rJ2rf 


Alexandria lit 


■ ■ ■ 


Briftol 10 


Colcheder 16 


134 



^BALANCES, 
iDuc to and from the several states* 

Due, including interest to the 31st December, 1789 
to the State of 



New-Hampshire, 75,055 
Massachusetts, 1,248,801 
Rhode-Island, 299,511 
Connecticut, 519,121 



, New- Jersey, 49,03( 

South-Carolina, 1,205 } 97l 
Georgia, 19,981 



Due, including interest to the third December, 1789,1 

from the Srate of 
New-York, 2,074,846:Maryland, 151,64C 

Pennsylvania, 76,739jVirginia, 100,870 

Delaware, 612,428|North-Carolina, 501,682 

These sums are declared to be the final and con- 
clusive balances due to and from the several states. 



CORRECTIONS. 

Dele Ebenezer G. Marsh, page 31 ; Wm. Brown i 
page 54 ; Jeremiah Parish, page 64 ; John Drayton, 
page 135. 

Add — Geo. W. Jewett, Saybrook ; Jeremiah Pa- 
rish, Hampton ; Aaron Church, Hartford ; Elisha 
Phelps, Symsbury-— Attornies. Henry Davis, Pro- 
fessor elect of Divinity ; George Hoadley, Tutor, 
Yale College. 

— — James Turner, Governor, North -Carolina. 

James B. Richardson, Gov. South-Carolina. 

ftj* The Editor takes pleasure in acknowledging 
the obligation he is under to those gentlemen who 
have assisted him in compiling the present Register. 
He also solicits their future lavors. — Communications 
to be immediately useful, must be made previous to 
the middle of November ; they would be most ac- 
ceptable in the month of October. 



*53 
INDEX. 



ALMANACK, Page, 5 
French do. 17 

Attornies,CircuitCourt 
Conn. 122 

— Practising Con. 
(see the counties.) 

Academy of Arts, &c. 82 

Cheshire, 82 

Bacon, ' 83 

Balances, due to and from 



the several states 152 
Banks, 87 

Cincinnati, 89 

Courts, 146 

Corrections, 152 

Comm. Bankruptcy, 12, 

Loans, 123 

Cities, 79 

Clergy, &c. 71 

Colleges, New-Haven, 81 

Harvard, 83 

■ Williamstown, 84 

\ Rhode-Island, 83 

Dartmouth, 8, 

Commissioners Lands, 145 
Do. under French 
Convention, 145 

Connecticut Govern- 
ment Executive and 
Legislative, 45 

*— Judicial and Civil, 53 
Hartford county, 5~ 
New-Haven, 55 

New-London, 57 

Fairfield, %Q 



Windham, 62 

Litchfield, 64 

Middlesex, 67 

Tolland, 68 

Duties impost, 22 

Free, 35 

Tonnage, 35 

Payable in, 36 

Fees, 37 

Allowance, 38 

Ports of entry, 42 

Restrictions, 42 

Bonds, 41 

— Information gene- 
rally, 43 
■clipses, 3 
Freemen's Meetings, 3 
Free Masons, 90 
Fiscal Statement, for 

Connecticut, 1 39 

Friends Gen.Meeting, 144 
Governors of States, 134 
General Association, 77 
Indiana Territory, 13£ 
Militia, 93 

Ministers,Consuls,Stc. 12(1 
Missionary Society, 78 
Marshal, &c. Conn. 122 
Missisippi Territory, 135 
Nomination, Congress, 52 

Assistants,5 1 

Notaries, Conn. 70 

Post-Masters, Sec. 137 
Ports of Entry, 42 

Probate Courts, Conn. 69 



*54 

136 -<- 



■Jostage, 

Registers Land Office, 135 

Receivers pub. money, 135 



Roads, 

Report of Secretary, 142 

Rhode-Island Officers, 

Executive, kc. 118 

Salaries, 144 

Statistical Table, 141 

Table, tides, 4 

~— Coins reduce^ to 

dollars, &c. 13 

— Weight and vajjue 

of Coins, 2Q 



150 Town Clerks and Trea,- 



• Interest, 

• Value of Cents in 
lawful money,- 



21 



19 



surers, 8£m 

United States officers, 

Executive and state,ir# 

• Senators, 131 

-— Representatives^ 1 32 J 

Judicial, 119' 

— - Revenue, L-4 

Verrnont Governor, 

Counql, &x/ f»] 



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974.6 

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1805 

1216989 

GENEALOGY COLLECT! 



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• GREEN's 




i ■ I 

I AND 

! ALMANACK. I 

I . I 

FOR THE STATE OF 

i I 

i Connecticut • 

! I 

! For the Year of our LORD, t 

i I 

I 1805;. J 

I EEING THE TWENTY NINTH OF I 

■ THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE j 

UNITED ST ATES. 



I - NEW-LONDON : 

I » PRINTED AND SOLI BY 

1 SAMUEL GREEN. 



"OBSERVATION. j 

THE lnur of the night i.% many times, more 
conveniently eflimatcd by the moon's fouthing, 
than by her rifing and fetting. 

To find the moon's fouthing': 
RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of high water, 
on any given day, as it is infarted in this alma- 
nack, and you will have the true time of thejj 
moon's fouthing for that day, 

N. B. If you double the time of thefun's fet- 
ting, you will have the le «gth of the day, and 
double ihe time of the fun 1 * rifing will be the 
*'cngth of the night. 



Nam-is and Ckiratfers of the Planets. 

O Sol, or Sun, Q ^or ]) Luna, or Moon. T? 

Saturn. % Jupiter. <J Mars. 9 Venus. $ 

Mercury. H. Herfchel. Teilas, or Earth. 



Name t and Characters of the AsptBs % 
c5 Cor,j,Ui£tion, or planets fituated in the fam? 

longi'.ude. 
in Q iar rile, when they are 90 degrees diftantfrom 
j each other. 

\8 Oppofition, when th<*y are 180 degrees diflant.i 
\{\ Trine, when they ar.c 1 20 degrees. 
^ Sextile, is when two planets, or flars, aro €0 
degrees diftaitf. 



Chronological Cycles fo* 1804. % 
Dominical Letters, F 1 Solar Cycle, 22 

.Lunar Cycle, 1 1 Roman Indi&ion, £ 

jEpatt, o j Julian Period, 65 i£ 



1 



SOLAR AND LUNAR 
ECLIPSES, 
IN THE YEAR 1305. 



JANUARY 15, MOON eclipsed, in the morning, 
visible and total by calculation as follows : 

beginning at 1 55 A t 

Begins to be total 2 5o I . * * . , 

Middle of the eclipse 3 4 2 > JggJ™ 

End cf total darkness 4 32 1J ^ 11Jin S- 

End of the eclipse 5 SO J 

Whole duration 3 hours and 35 minutes. 
Digets eclipsed 20. 8, in north part of the earth) 
shadow. 

January 30, SUN eclipsed, at 2 o'clock 11 mi- 
nutes afternoon, invisible to us, by reason of tht 
mcon'S high northern latitude. 

June 26, SUN eclipsed, in tit© afternoon, a part oi 
which will be visible to us ; if the horizon fee clear, 
the eclipse will begin at 6h. 45m. the middle will b( 
\t 7h. 29m. at which time the sun will set, near (' 
lights eclipsed, on the sun's northern limb. 

July 11, MOON totally eclipsed ; the middle of the 
eclipse will be at 4 o'clock, 11 nvin. 40 sec. in the ai- 
re moon, invisible to us ; the moon being below cm 
horizon* 

July 26, SUN eclipsed, at 1 o'clock 34 mia* in the 
morning invisible — moon's lat. 1°28 1 J S. 

December 20, SUN eclipsed, at 7 o'clock 20m. 
10 sec. In the afternoon invisible to us. 



Freemen's Meetings. 

^REEMiiN'sMEETlNGS fhrc\i»t tl.e Slate 
4 of ConneetKiu, are held au«uirtTy'on ihe third 
lav in September, and on the Monday follow- 
:'<g ihetifft Tadday in April. 



*191fi 



TABLE Jbcwing the Ai/erj.i:eof High-Water atfeverai 
places from New- London, 

THE fixth column of each monthly page fliews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New-York 
RUzabethtown- Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-Henlopen 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro 
lina— to which if you add and fubtract as in the annexec 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places — (A) fhews that the annexed quantitie 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) Hands fb: 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places, h.m. 

Albany A 6 30 

Amboy S o 45 

Annapolis, Mar. S 2 o 

Annapolis, Novf. A 30 

New -Bed ford S 1 

Bofton . A z 

Burlington A o 

Canfo A 

Cape- Ann ? A 

Cape Fear S 

Cafco Bay A 

Charlefton Bar S 

Fairfield A 
Frederica,G?0r£/V/, S 

Georgetown Bar S 

Guilford A 

Hackenfack^ A 

I ali fax A 

Hell Gate A 

Hartfowi A 

Hingham S 

Huntington A 

Ipfwich A 2 45 

Jamestown A o 50 
'K\ngfto\vn % Efoj>tss- 9 A 6 o 

Louitooorgh ' A 3 
Main Ocean S o 45 

Mobi'le- Point A 5 C 
Mintucket K 1 ^ 



Names of Places* 
New bury port A 

New- Haven A 

New- Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 
Penobfcot 
Penfacola 
Philadelphia 
Pifcataway 
Plymouth 
Polepels Ifland 
Port Royal, S. C. 
Portfmouth 
Providence 
Purifburgh, S. C. 
Ouebec 
Meedy-Ifland 
Rhode-Ifland 
Salem 

Sandy-Hook 
Savannah 
Saybrook 
St. Auguftine, B. 
St. John's, Neivf. 
Sunbury, Georgia, 
Tybec Bar 
White ^tone 
WiliianMburg, Va, 
Wilmington, N.C. 



H.M 

2 A: 

1 5< 

I 2 <! 



JANUARY, hath gi^aysT 



Fiiit qu. 8cLy, oh 24m. uft.' 
Ful l moon 15c! . 3h. 42m. m. 



M|W| Calendar, &c. 



i(3 

214 
S'5 

o 7 
6F 



1 1 

1 2 

*3 

M 

*5 

16 

1 

18 

9 

20 
21 
22 

; 3 
N 

2 a 

2 7K 

;82 

29J3 
3°:4 
3^5 



Cue urn. ^ 2.5 >jr Cold 
Let every one endeavor 
to mend one. and toe 
Jhall all 6e mended, 
weather, fc Homed by rain 
£piph. DQT? or [now. 
Days increafed 6m. 
,3 1 E O t Cold weather : 
9J4J more plea j ant, 

5 J) with 7*3 then fnozu 
6 : □ © H or ram. 
7|?tta«. Dperi. J high. 
Tkljk fund. aft. Xpiph. 
2 1 Afor* moderate, th,en 
3,'j) totally eclip, ^©a 
High tides. fmw. 
A cold f pell of wea- 
ther near 

theft days* 
2d fund. aft. Ep. d © g 
(©enr.^^h. 2im.m 
a © <[ /?tfi« w?*jy 

fo expecled, 
D Apogee, d It (f 
Conv. St. Paul. T? flat 
Dlow, Plea/ant weath. 
3**tEp. Hfta, <5 $ <j 
Oays increafed 46m, 
<?©(? Moderate 
©ccljpfed. d3<T 
weather, ihen rain. 



• ■■"icriteTiTgrs 

; |4 34 9 S3 5 u 

4 33 ho 2o| 6 f j 



A 2 




FEBRUARY haih 28 days. 



Full mo. 13d. 3I1. 55m. ait. 
Firfl: g U 6day s 9>i 22m. aft- 



iVHW 



Laft quarter 21 day, 6h 
55min. in the morning. 



Calendar &c. } Or.t@qF.fea. \ t.Qs 



4,3 

513 

6| 4 

7(5 

937 

3 



i5;6 
i% 

2 
9 

2 2 

2£ 
2 4 
2 C 

2* 



&& 25 V? <S <; //; t f uuj a, a 

weather near 
4th aft Epinh. 
t/z*j time i then comes en 

jnow or rain. 
> with 7*3 □©)) 
Day is inevcaf. ih. 10m. 
} high. le&iry weather, 
D Perigee. PUafant 
Septuaacfima Sunday. 
toe at her for winter, 
6 ■? ? PUajdni. 
i3i4|c?0> tides' fwall. 
Vaieutineu § gr.elon, 
Snow or rain 

near this time. 
Sexagefima Sunday, 
ent. }{ 7b. 48m, aft, 

3 I Rain, hail, fleet. 

4 I Days incrcaf. ih. 44m 

5 •Apog.QOO 6%0 
]) low. PUajant 
□ G¥ P leaf ant. 
Quinquagcs f. St, Matt. 

6W</. Pie of ant. 
Shrove Tucfday. 
k& Wednefd. cj?0 

/itfzv Plea/ant, 



45b 

459 
5 • 



10 25 

11 10 

** 55 

aft. 12 

i 32 



24 

24 

24 

27 

28 

2 

22 

1 



/ 

6 59 
6 57 
656 
6 55 
6 54 
6 53 

6 50 5 
6 49!5 11 . 
6 48J5 1 2 9 
6 46*514 to 2 
6 45;5 1 5io 47 

6 44j5 l6 ** 3 2 
6 42|5i8tnorn. 

6 41J519 o 17 
6 40,520 1 

6 3 8 <5 22 i 
6 37I5 2 3 2 
63^524 3 
6 34 5 26 , 4 
^ 3315 2 7 5 
6 321528: 5 

G 3°b3°j 6 
6 29531 7 _ 
6 2 8J532J 8 20 



7 *i9 

8 26 

9 34 
10 43 
ii 53 

morn. 

1 4 

2 13 

3 22 

4 15 
5 
6 

3 ])rife~ 

6 34 

7 4i 

8 49 

9 53 



2 

50 
38 
28 

9! 
59 

4 8 

34 



10 58; 

morn.j 

O 30 



5^ 
50 
32 
15 

5»: 



"The planet Venus will b* the morning ftar until M 
27 th?".c? evening ftar until the end oFthe year. 



ay-J 



MARCH hath 31 days. 



New moon iday, 5I1. 42m.mo.jFuU mo. 15J3.V, 5b. 2m.m 
Firft quart. 8day, 4h.'49fri.0o.|La& qu. 23day,3ii. 2imm 
New moon 30 day, 6h. 6m. afternoon 

M 



Wf Calendar, &cv \&t u\ ®f.]g. fe ajr; yl 



St.Dav. £3 23Vf 601 
PUaJant weather , 
l& funday in lent. 
for March. 

3 Days increaf. ah. 1 8m. 

4 > with 7*5. Snow, 

5 j) Pcriges. ram, 

6 a© > afctj &/?<?.% 

7 ]) high, near this time 
F 2d 4 Su. in Lent. (Jfta. 

2 He that doth what he 

3 Ihould not, mud feel 

4 what he would not 

5 &Z0W or rain, *Ae« 
§,<?© 5 pit* font zoeath, 

P lea) ant. 
l'7|F'3d Sunday in Lent, 
Bis Pleafant. 

3 PUaJant weather. 

4 ent. Y" 8b. 1 im. aft, 
5! J Apogee, rflf]) 
6lj low. PUaJant 
yilf. ftadon. D0C 
F|4th in Lent, weather, 
2;Annun. B. V. M. 
3 Days incieaf. 3}]. 18m 
4'Bs reafonabic, and you 
5} will be happy. Nozv 



7 1 6 © > way ^ ex peeled. 
Ft,5th in Le. fup. <j Q ^ 



6*6| 5 34 

6 2 5|5 35 
6 23J5 37 

622J5 
6215 
6i9!o 
6185 
6i6| 5 
6i5|5 
6145 

6*2 

611 



610 
6 

7 
5 



5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
,5 
6 o|6 

5 5716 
5 5^ 
5 54,6 
5 536 
55'j6 
5 5° 6 
5 49:6 
5 47|6 
5 4 6;6 

545;6 



3B 

39 
4i 

42 

45 
46 

48 

49 
5C 
52 
53 
55 
5^ 
57 
59 
c 

£ 

3 
4 
6 

7 
9 

10 

i j 

*3 

H 
15 



9 

9 53 

10 41 

ii 31 

aft. 25 

x 22 

2 22 

2 3 
2 3 



6 Diets 

7 19 

8 30 



10 
1 1 
1 1 
morn. 

O 36 

1 

3 

3 

-3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
7 
8 



26 

6. 

51 
46 
33 
*9 

5 
52 



9 

10 
morn 

o 8 



43 
55 



*9 

24 

*9 



6 

45 
*9 



1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
5 
>rife 

6 34 

7 39 

8 42 

9 46 

10 46 

** 45 
morn 

38 

1 28 

2 13 

2 3^ 
35 
5^ 
24 

49 



3 

3 

4 

, 4 

40 yfcis. 



9 20 7 ai j 



APRIL, hath 30 chys. 



Firitqu. 6j;iy,nh.44m.iiior. 
Full n;o. I3ctey.6h 57m. af. 



Lait qu . 2icl;iy, lOh. 15m. at 
New mo 2day, 3h 44m mo 



M W| Calendar,, &c. 



eri,|g(V|F > fea,l -;>s 



19 
20 

21 
2 

2 3 3 
244 



25 
26 

S 

29 

3 ot 3 



££ 2 2 vj* four zvc& t air. 

0**1**8®% >P«»g 

Rain 01 j now* 5 

St. Ambrofc. J) high. 5 

P leaf ant weather,- 
D§{ for fame days. 
6th iri lent. PalmSund.5 
Days increaf. 3V1. 521x1.5 
<P0H Spring comes on 
Live and let live : i. c. 5 

5 be a good landlord. 5 

6 Good Friday. 5 
7 : c?0<r P leaf ant. 5 
FjEaftex Sunday. 5 

Eafter Monday, 5 

Plea/ant. then 5 

d If C . cowztfi 5 

J Apogee, rainy* 5 

D low. lowry weather 

©enr.Q 8h, 50m. mo. 

Fji ft af. Eafter. Low Sun, 5 

2 [Q O C £>w^ weather. 5 

Rainy* chilly, lowry, 5 

Days inereaf. 4h. 34m. 5 

St. Mark. AW comes 5 

a f pell of fine 5 

7 9 S r « °' on g- plea/ant 5 
ed fun.aft. Eafter. > per 5 
d©>(dC? hi. tides. 5 

weather. 5 



6 

61I 

619 

6. 21 
6 22 
6 24 
625 
626 
6 2 3 
6 2.9 
630 
632 

6 33 
6 34 
636 

%. 

638 

^39 

641 
642 
6 43 
6 45 
646 

64 
64 

649 
651 

652 
653 
654 



10 24 


8 43 


1 1 2r 


10 5 


aft. 23 


11 ,3 


1 2 5 


morn 


2 27 


20 


3 26 


1 9 


4 21 


1 g* 


5 13 

6 1 


2 32 

3 7 


6 48 


3 33 


7 3 2 


4 c 


8 17 


4 27 


9 2 


> rife. 


9 49 

lO on 


7 4 6 

8 4 8 


1 1 27 


9 5* 


morn. 


11 44 


17 


11 37 


1 7 


mom. 


1 57 

2 46 


\n 

058 


3 33 


1 29 


4 *9 


2 1 


5 3 

5 48 

6 p 


2 25 

2 4c 

3 *7 


7 24 


3 4£ 


« '5 

9 M 


4, M 

> fets. 


10 14I 9 1 



iV>AY h ath 31 days 
Firft q. 5day, 6h. 59m aft. 



Full mo. i^day^h 38m. m. 



>a(t qu. 2(i?y, jIi. 50m. a'' 
Newmoon 28d. ! ih.^om n 



M|Wj Calendar, &c. |0^|^f r |F.ie > j r. ) - 



5 
6 

7 
F 

2 

3 
4 

io,6 
11 

12 



G. El.Newp't. M. Phu 
ftaotf >Per. (& Ja's. 
Fintf plea/ant weather, 

n©<J '^» 

3dfun.aft % Eaft. D © <[ 

comer nun in 
Days increafed 5h. 4m 
$ ftationary. pltnty. 
Gen. Eleft. Hartford. 

P lea/ant ffpfing- like 
weather, 
4thaft,Eaftcr. Plea/ant 
<?© ) weather 

)low, rf 1£0 Pleafant, 
O Apogee, then rain t 
Profanenefs, intemper. 
a rice, and injuftice pre- 
fage calamitous times. 
5th fu. aft. Eaft, rf $ 

Pleafant weather, 
0ent. n 9^. 22m. mo 

<?0U (DGO 

Aiccn.day. HolyThuri. 
Rain near this time. 
Day* increaf. 5h. 38m 
Sund aft. Afc. thunder, 
Sud. 6 0? pleafant. 

d©0.6p cr . hi g h ticl 
Gen.KLBofton, d?C 
More rain. 



5 
4 59 
4 58 
457 
4 5 6 
4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
4 5 2 
45 1 
4 5° 
4 49 
4 4« 

4 47 
446 

4 45 
4 44 

4 43 
442 



655 

6 57 
658 

6 59 

7 

7 



7 10 

7* 
712 

7*3 

714 

710 

7 1 

7 1 



442 718 
441:719 

4 4O 7 2C 
4 39J7 21 

4 39'7 21 
438J722 

4 37|7 2 3 
4 37 ! 7 2 3 



11 18 
ft. 22 

1 24 

2 22 

J 5 

4 
50 

3 I 

3 

» 49 
^36, 



10 1; 

1 1 

mor 

6 2 



2 
3 

3.53 



9 2 5 >Hfe 
to 15 8 43 

9 3* 

IO 2J 

IO 5 ( 

43; 1 * 3 1 

1 28.11 58 

2 15 morn 



11 5 
i* 55 
morn. 



o 2f 

5> 

1 4 

2 7 



2 57 

3 4 2 

4 27 

6 o 

6 55 1 2 '45 

7 54J 3 23 

8 57 >i;tS. 

10 4 j 8 5? 

11 9 9 17 
ft. 1110 37 



~ _ JUNE bath 

"irft.cjua. 4diy7^iu5jm7morl,| 3 

Fu I m oon i2 dav«oh. 33m n-o.jNew mo.26dav, 6h 26m. af 

Warm 

ileifant 



^Vhit Sund 

3 2 zveaifhcr. 

4 3 ° O 2> 
Art thou rich ? then 

6J5 improves' thy "time tfc 
7 6|vir?uous deeds, if thou 
oiyjwouidft be happy. Per 



30 days. 

*fc q 2biiay7Th7^6w7mu 



[gtylQ^Mr. )) 1 



4 3 6 
4 3 6 

435 
4 34 



7 2 4j 
724 



7 2 5. 2 



7 26 



434|7 2 6 

4 33 7 2 7 

433!727 



r33 



gjFjTrin. Sund, /wj&j rain 14 32 

I o; 2 : rf 1| D , tfrcd / Am n iter* 

II 3*St. Barnabas, Plea/ant. 
t2 4;l?ftat. > Apqg. Jlew 
*3i5 c?0 > Some rain 
i4 ! 6.Irni.termbt;gins . $g.cl. 
15! 7 j near ihis time, 
i6jFJift SuncL aft. Trinity. 



w 



P leaf ant, then 
3 'Days inctcsfeci 6 h. 
194 hzvryfoy^y, 

205; D © ]) v and feme rain, 
5 « Renters So 3m. alt. 
yii«^ tkajant weather \ 



210 

22| 7 



2 3 j P 2 d a f t .Ti i . J w i t h 7 * 's, 

24 alSt. John Bar till. 



ab 



7 
38 6 

3^m 



J)n*gh. P leaf ant 

Decii >perJ£. £©<! 

H-fta, Ili.tide*. d 2G 

tftfit and per hup i 
St. Pe :er. thiauUr. 
a I fundi ift. Trinity 



43 

43 2 

431 

43 1 

43 1 

43 1 

4 3* 

43 1 

4 30 

43° 

43° 

43° 

43° 

4 3° 

43° 

43i 

431 



727 



728 
728 
728 
729 
7 29 
729*11 

7 2 a 

729 



43* 

43; 
43- 



7 2 9 
73 
7 39 
73° 
7 3 
7 3o 
7 3^ 

729 

7 

7.20 



7 
59 
4? 
3' 

*5 
59 
44 

3 

1 

57 

4 

26 

23 
morn 

o n 



:Q 



11 6 
11 36 

morn, 
o 6 

37 

1 o 

23 
52 
22 
2 
42 



si 

3 
3 

4" 
46 



4<j 

7=4" -3-: 



1 
1 
2 
3 
3 
1> life 

8 53 

9 3« 
9 58 

10 26 

to 49 

11 13 

11 39 

morn 

o ( 

3 I 

1 i: 



2 dj 

y<f 

8 20 

9 c 

9 $ 
l £_7 



"July hath 31 davs. 



Firftquar. 3duy. ih. 4ni- ait. { I*'aitq I9day, loh. 3^ni.mo 
Full moon t i day, 4*1 ■ 5*** af. I New nt.:6d'v. ;!> 3 '"' irt 



M|W( Calendar, &c. lffir.|<3let.| b.iea.jr. )< 



i|2|Q 17VP Ppajavi. 
2 3JVifi'ta. B.V.M. p©}? 

4)5 1 1 r you would d ) you? 
5|6bu{inefs to purple, im 
Gjlpmve the mornirg. 
MFi^th after Trin, rf^O 
8 ! 2 'J A ^ o g sc . A'0 a; i^^ ? $ 

93 d ©M 0' :ow . r <^\ 

jlb4 ! and perhaps thunder 
'SO eclipicd/ £0<j 
t2;6,Davs fhanened 14 m 



l 3i7 

* 6 ;3 

l 7i4 
t9J6 

22 2 

3 33 

M 

*5 

26 



J* 



43 
4 3 2 
43 2 

4 331 
4 33 
4 33 
43^ 
4 34 
4 35 
4 3 
4 3 
43/ 
4 3 8 



Pie a /an 
5 0iaft. Trin. rf © 5$ j 4 38 
Foggy mornings. 
Pleafani. 
Commcric. Cambridge. 

«S<?7?;£ rgiVz ff&jr 
Q&]> theft days, 
ih-:n clear. 
6 1 ha f. Trin, <f with 7*5 
} high. Warm weather 
Qent. ^5h.54m,mor 
liftat. ©'Perigee. 
St.Ja. D.dayg be. } eel 
6 0S FuJlt?des. 
d ? J Plea/ant 
7th Sund. aft. Trinity. 
2! weather for fome 



io'3!Days fhortened 44 



m. 



±days. Diflint thunder. 



4 39 

4 4° 
440 

4 4 1 
44.2 

4 43 
4 43 
444 
4 45 
446 

4 47 
4 4% 
449'7 
45o;7 

4517 
45*7 
4 53 7 



26] 6 

25! 7 
2 4 j 3 

2 4| 9 
231-0 
22I10 

22,11 

2i!mo 

20! O 
20 



3' 



10 

1 

t 1 24 

M 5- 
viorn 

o a 1 

o 5«! 



3. 1 



4< 

ft! 

54 

39i 10 

261 1 

18'n 

14 

*4 

l 7 
22 

2 5 



c 

5 
1 4 

38 



tf. 



10 11 

91 1 1 
8|aft. 

7' 1 



39 
morn 

3c: 

1 27 
2 



1 4 

3 

D tets,; 

7 59 

8 28 

8 55 

9 22 
9 50 



Firilquarr.ad 211.52m. m. i Laft qu. I7d.~5h. 36m. aft 
Full moon lod. 7h. 4m. m | Hew m 24rla. 9h. 49m. in 
Firft quarter gi day, 7'n 12m. afternoon. 



AUGUST hath 31 da 



31 days. 



1 5jiiamnfas. <$ $ £ ^io^.4 54|7 
ai^InO > **«/« ajpttt* pro- 4 5 5( 7 



7 
85 

9 

10 

u 

12 

13 



3^ 7 j cj % © pi ifc rain p ten ty 
4 FjBjh after Trinity. 

]) low. and at length it 
y Apogee. comes 

Diys fhotlencd lh. 
Lozvry, toarm t 
f°Z£y weatkzr^ and 
SQOp^hapithunde 
9th after Trinity. 
What is a fcsndal of 
the fiifl renown ? bu 
1414 ictter'd knaves, and A~ 
15J5 theifis in b gown. Plea 
16J6 J ant weather jor fome 
177 } with /*«□©© 
18 r-lioth aft. Trinity. 

92 > hi ph. ^yj. 

2o;3n@1£ J Perige*. 
ty arm and pleajani. 
Pleafant weather 
gj ent. njj 1 ih. j 7m, m. 
St.Barthol. rf0> 

25JFJ1 ith aft. Trin. $gr.ei, 
26 2rj 9 > ^m 

27-3! 7?<?ar */*(/<? dayj. 

28I4 Comm. Dar'm. <j $H 
2 9 4 5^t.JohnB. ® A;>ogee 

1306! Foggy, dull lazvry. 

3jJ7))Iow. p0j 



4567 



457 
45^ 

459 
5 o 

5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5* 



1 
2 
4 
5 

6 

7 
8 

> 9 
5 ^ 
5*2 
5*3 

5 *4j 



5 16:6 44 

•517,^43 

5 

5 



7 
7 
7 

659 

658 

656 

65 
654 

6 5S 
652 
651 

6 49 
648 

6 47 
646 



18,642 
yC 



521 6 



5 22 
523 
525 
5 2 6 
527 
528 



39 
638 

6 35J 11 
034 aft 

6 33 l 
632! 1 



30630: 



lbio 17 
fi I 

n 44 
morn. 

24 

1 4 

2 2 

3 o 

3 58 

> rife 

7 '9 

7 44 

2 9 

8 35 

9 2 
9 4 2 

10 23 

ii iF 

morn 

013 

1 28 

2 43 

3 5C 
® fets 

7 P 

7 27 

7 54 

8 24 

8 54 

9 3 6 
10 18 



M|W| Calendar, &c. |@ri. | ©fet|FJea.|r. % s 



SEP TEMBER haih 30 days. 



Full moon fe day,8h! 50m. at". 
Lnft qu. i5day,i ih. 47m. aft 



New mo.22day,7h.2m. af. 
Firftqu.god a y ,2h. iSm-a f. 



9 
10 

12 

*3 

M7 
*5 



Plea/ant. 5 5% 
]) Perigee, 5 52 

PUafant. 5 54 



Inf. d0£ 



<*W.5 56 



6 29 
6 28 

6 25 

24 
23 



12th aft, Inn. ft 14V? 5 3*1 
D Perigee. Plea/ant 5 32 
Dog days end. war « 5 33 
Com, Providence. 5 35 

weather, then 5 36 
Days (hoi ten -ah. 41m. 5 37 
g Ration. perhaps rain, 5 39 
i3thaf.Tri.Nat.8.V.M.5 40 
<?©0) PUafaniR 4* 6 19 

weather for fome time] 5 43 6 17 
Commen. New-Haven J5 44 6 

tftaw owicr ra»>* '5 45 6 
d ? H. Hazy , pleafant'5 47 6 
]>with 7*3, weather \§ 48 6 
i 4 thaf.Tri, ]>h,n©C5 49 



6 
6 

6 21 
6 20 



9 

10 
1*611 



6 1 

6 9 



St. Matthew. PUafant. 5 58 
15th aft. Trin. 6®>5 59 
21 enter £: 7h.49m.-m. 6 o 

P leaf, ant 6 
d?J Plea/ant. 6 

P leaf an t.^ 
Days (horten 3h. 12m 6 
6%) fig® 6 

[6th aft. Trin, 9 low, 5 
9 ftation. □ J) Lowry. 6 10 



8 



mo 
O 
1 
2 

3 
4 
^5 



3 2 

£f: 
1 1 

.5* 

45 
3° 

M 
59 

44 

3 

20 
rri 

*4 

9 

9 

TO 



5 c 

5 58 
5 5^ 
5 « 
5 5^ 
5 §3 
5 51 
5 5° 



6 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
1 1 
1 1 
afr. 

1 

2 

3 



ii 7 

«'l 57 
morn 

57 

1 57 
3 
4 

> rife, 
6 22 



48 

14 

52 

3d 

2 

161 

25 



6 

7 
7 
8 

9 
10 

1 1 
io morn, 

° 35 
1 48 

3 

4 14 

©fets, 

6 

6 

7 

7 
8 

9 
9 

6 



32 
2 



531 

5. 



<Jw tUiiiiK hatfc 31 days. 

Full moon 8day,9h.20m- m. j New m. 22chy,v c h. 54m.n1 j 
Laft qu ic5ciay,6h.i5ra nior. j Firft q^cday. job 3 5m m 
M|W) Caierul'afr&c, |*%r.|0fetjF. fea.|r."]K 



9 
ic 

1 1 

12 

13 

14 

l 5 
16 
1 
18 

*9 

20 

21 
22 

23 
245 
2 5_ 
2 

27 

2. 
29 

3° 



d ¥ d 0012V? %>,6n 

An honeft friend is good" *3 
company, but a good con-,6 1 4 
fcience is the beft gueft. !6 16 
6 17 
618 
620 

6 21 

6 22 
6 24 



g grnateft Elongation, 
LM7ih aft.Trin. Rain^ 
2j yzjierday or to-day, 
3<?0<f Pleijantwa- 
ther 9 forjome time. 
Daysfhorten. 3^.481:1 
3 with 7*5, Pkafant\6 2g 
6 Ob Dhigh. weather}- 6 27 
18 afr.Trin. jPeriga8.j6 28 
6 0H !6 3 o 

StoningtonB.A. n0J 631 
Pretty g-ioj weather 6 32 
*/ «o£ *{?o windy. 1634 
St. Luka. Plea/ant 5635 
for jevzral days, 6 36 
19ft aft. Trinity. '638 

Z>z*#, /0W7 6 39 
cf ^5 wtfi^r.,640 

4 O-nt. ni 3h, 49m. aft. |6 42 
Perhaps rain, 1643 
££- This even. (), ?> 6 44 
and 1£, are near eich^t; 
20thaft. Trim, [othrr.,'6 47 
Sr.S.im: > n& Jude. ) \p.\6 48 
Daysfhorten 4!*. 38m |6 49 
4;D SO Run or/vow. \6 5 1 



31I5J Dull lowry weathe r , l 6 52 



5 49 
5 47 
5 4^ 
5 44 
5 43 
5 4* 
5 40 
5 39 
5 39 
53 6 
5 35 
5 33 
532 
5 30 
529 

5 2 
526 

5 2 5 
5 3 4 
522 

5 2 ^ 

520 

518 

5*7 
5*6 
515 
5*3 
5 12 
511 
5 
5 8 



7j»i 54 
4 7 morn.; 



4 
4 
5 
6 

7 

7 
8 

9 
10 

11 «1 2j 

norn.l 

o 12! 



33 

*7 
1 

46 
34 
2 3 
16; 



46, 

39! 

53 

•7! 
20 



J) rife. 

5 58: 

6 42 

7 26 
8 



25 

*3' 9 2 5 
13 10 36 

i2;n 471 

7jmom. 

o| o 59j 
50; 2 

37 3 

24] 4 

5 



12 

20 
29 



8.8 

8 58 )fets. 



94 8j 
10 39 
" 30- 

ift.2i 

1 II; 

1 

2 



59 
46 10 

31 11 



4* 

23 
6 

58 
51 
47 
44 
47 



14 morn. 



NOVEMBER hath 30 davs. 



umnoon 6 day, 9^ 8m. af. 
.alt quar. 1 3cLiy , I n. 59m . a£ 



New ni.21 day, oh. 49m. m 
Firftqu.29day,6h. 14m. m 



Vl| W| Cal endar, 
All Saints, 



il 10 v? then rem, 
2i ft after Trinity, 

Fine pUaf dnt 
weather. 
Sup. 6©$. £0$ 
3 with 7*V 

Dfc//, lowry, chilly 

© high. winds 

22daf.Trin. DPerig. 

Sol to the foul h ward 

haftes afcray,arid win 

0©O» ter draws near 

every day, 

Jldiny weather 

near this time 

23d after Trinity, 

Picajant weather, 

then comes rain 

or /now or both 

> W. A © > Dull. 

Q ent. f oh. 7m. af, 

6 gO [dll-D 

24th aft, Trin. > Ap. 

flea/ant weather. 

Days ihortcn 5*1. 38m. 

C0&/ c/*z7/> 

weather near 

■30D <#" *«»£. 

iti Andrew. 



. &c * |®ru{Qf,| F .f ca.|r.e i r, 

Pic of ant 6 



53,5 
545 



o 

59 

51 

56 

55 

54 

53 

52 

4 5» 

4 50 

4 49 

448 

4 47 
4 46 
4 45 
4 44 
4 43 
442 

4 4* 

4 4i 
4 40 
4 39 
4 38 
33 



4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

ii 

mo 
o 
1 
2 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
6 



57 

4i 

27 

16 

6 

2 

2 

4 
in. 

7 

7 
5 



7 
8 

9 
1.0 
1 1 
1 1 
an. 

1 

2 

2 

3 

4 



5i 

1 53 

2 56 

4 6 

5 l6 
j)rife. 

5 2i 

6 19 

7 * 

8 2 

9 4°, 

10 52 
58morri 
4** o 4 

35' 1 *a 

21; 2 21, 

7 3 2 7 
53 4 3a 
■4f 5 39 
30 6 40 
20 ]) fets* 

5 48 

6 40 

7 37 
$M 
9 34 

io 34 

11 33 
morn 

o 33 



Full moon 6 day,8h.20ni mo.:Ne\vm. 20day,7h.2 rm.af 
Laftqu I2day,nh- 49 m af- Firftq.28day, 1 1h.31m.3ft 
M j W j eilixuj&r^&Z j0ri.;f>l.jF.fea.|r.])j 



DFXEMBER hath 31 days. 



Auvent dund. ftioyfj 23 
After a pUaJ«nt 7 24 
day or tws comes 7 24 
a Jevere /now 7 25 
J) vvith 7* J s. /torm.*] 25 
]) 'vgh. g©])Hi. tides. 7 26 
) Peri* more moderate. 7 26 
2d in Ad. Cone. V.M 7 27 
d0TJ More falling'] 27 
weather nearly 28 
thejedays, then*] 28 
D0) Cfl/d weather .7 28 

29 



cowtrj 0/1, followed}*] 
by J now or rain:n 



44 

55 

6 |6 

11 

7 
9* 

103 

12 5 

136 

147 

15 FJ3I in Advent. 

162 

*2 ! 3 

,4 
*95 

206 
21J7 

23U 

2413 

25! 

26 

2; 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Mors pleafant. 
Daysfhorten'd 6 hours, 
Oiow, -PkM weather, 
9 Gr. elong, Lowry. 



©cclipf. d© ) 6^0 
Sti Thomas. ]) Apo. 
4th in Adv. 0ent.Vf 
Cold % [oh. 27m morn. 

fnowy weather. 
Chrifhnas day. rf <?# 
St. Stephen. tj ltd. 
St. John. Dul 

Innocents. lowiy 

1 ft aft. Chriftmas. 

weather ends tfu 
year. 



7 



3JSylvefier. 



.36] 

43 6 
4 35 
4 35 
4 34 
4 34 



4 57 

5 45 

6 37 

7 35 

8 36 

9 4° 
10 44 



morn 
o 41 



433 11 45 
4 33 
4 32 
4 32 
43 2 
43 1 
43i 
43 l 
43 1 
4 3° 



34 

23 
10 

56 

4» 

28 

16 

5 

. 55 

8 45 

9 34 



» 3: 

2 4. 

3 5, 

6 i, 

Drife 
6 

8 7 



3O43O 

3° 4 30 
3°|43°, 
3^4 30 
3043010 21 
30 4 30 11 6 
30430^1 49 
30)4 30 aft. 31 

7 29 43 1 
29431 

29431 
29J431 
28432 
181432 



1 12 

1 54 

2 36 

3 22 

4 10 

5 1 



9 
10 
morr 

o 

1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
])fet 

5 * 

6 1 

J! 

1 

I 
1 



4; 

5 



9 
10 

1 1 

mor: 
o if 
I 

2 



The FRENCH CALENDAR, 

For the prefent Year, which began September 22, 1804. 

Names of Months. Englijh. Term. 

French. AUTVMJST. (Inclufive.) 

Veademaire, Vintage Month, from Sept. 22 to Oft. 21. 

Brumaire, Fog Month, — (Teh 22 to Nov. 20. 

Frumaire, Sleet Month, — Nov. 21 to Dec. 20. 

WINTER. 

Nivofe, Snow Month, — Dec. 21 to Jan. 19. 

Pluvoife, Rain Month, — Jan. 20 to Feb. 18. 

1 Ventofe, Wind Month, — Feb. 19 to Mar. 20. 

SPRING. 

Germinal, Sprouts Month, — Mar. 2 r to Apr. 19. 

1 Floreal, Flowers Month, — Apr. 20 to May 19. 

Praireal, Pafture month, — May 20 to June 18. 

SUMMER. 

Meflidor, Harveft Month, — June 19 to July 18. 

Fervidor, Hot Month — July 19 to Aug. 17. 

Fru&idor, Fruit Month, — Aug. 18 to Sept. 16. 

Sans Culottides, or Feafts dedicated to 

Les Vertus, The Virtues, Sept. 17. 

Le Genie, Genius, Sept. 18. 

Le Travail, Labor, Sept. 19. 

L'Opinion, Opinion, Sept. 20. 

Les Recompenfes, Rewards, Sept. 21. 

The intercalary day of every fourth year is to becal. 
led La Sans Culottide ; on which there is to be a Na- 
tional Renovation of their oath, 4< To live free or die." 
The month is divided into three decades, the days of 
which are called, from the Latin numerals, 

1 Primidi. 2 Duodi. 3 Tridi. 4 Quartidi. 

5 Quintidi. 6 Sextidi. 7 Septidi. 8 O&odi% 
9 Nonodi. 10 Decadi, which is the day of reft. 
B 2 



TABLE, 

IN which the different Currencies, throughout 
the United States, from one farthing to a tboufand 
pounds, are reduced to an equivalent value ia 
Dollars •, Cents y and Mills. 

§^~ Note, to Mills make one Cent, ioo Cents one 
Dollar. 





N.Engl. 


N. York.\ 


N.Jerfey. 


S. Caroli. 




&C.&C. 


&c. &c . 


&C.&C. 

DollsTcT. 


m. 


£• 


DMls.Ct 


Dolls, a A 


DoLGt.M. 


1 


3.33i 


2,50 


2,66| 


4,28,6 


2 


6,66§ 


5,°° 


5,333 


8,57,1 


3 


xo,oo 


7,5° 


8,00 


12,85,7 


4 


I3>33I 


10,00 


io,66§ 


i7,H,3 


5 


16,663 


12,50 


13,333 


21,42,9 


6 


20,00 


15,00 


16,00 


25,71,4 


7 


23<33i 


*TiS<> 


18,66! 


30,®o,o 


8 


2 6 ( 66| 


20,00 


21,333 


34,28,6 


9 


30,00 


22,50 


24,00 


3 8 >57,* 


io- 


33>33l 


25,00 


26,66! 


42,85,7 


1 1 


3 6 > 66 i 


27,50 


29,331 


47,i4,3 


ia 


40,00 


30,00 


32,00 


5^)42,9 


*3 


43,337 


3 2 >5° 


34,^1 


55,7i,4 


14 


46,661 


35,°° 


37,331 


60,00,0 


15 


; 50> O0 


37,5° 


40,00 


64,28,6 


16 


5 h 331 


40,00 


42,663 


68,57,1 


17 


56,66j 


4*>5° 


45»33l 


72,85,7 


IS 


60,00 


45.°° 


48,00 


77, x 4,3 


*9 


6 3>r>3 


47.5° 


50,66! 


•$1,42,9 


20 


66,66-5 


50,00 


53>33T 


85,71.4 


30 


100,00 


75,°° 


80,00 


128,57,1 


40 


»33»333 


100,00 


io6,66| 


171,42,9 


50 


166,663 


125,00 


i33>333 


214,28,6 


IOG 


333,33s 


250,00 


266,66f 


428,57,1 


300 


666,66j 


500,00 


533>33lf 857i'4,3 


500 


1666,663 


1250,00 


i333,33i|2i42,85,7 


IO00 


3333,333 


2300,00 


2666^663 


|4*Sj,7',4 



A TABLE fhetvirrg tlie value of anymirhber of Cent?, 
from one to one hiyidred, in Shillings, Pence, and Far- 
things. 



cts. 


J. 


'•/•■I 


i 


o 


° 3, 


2 


o 


I 2 [ 


3 


o 


2 ! 


4 


o 


3 


5 


o 


3 2 


6 


o 


4 ! 


7 


o 


5 °; 


8 


o 


5 3 i 


9 


o 


6 2J 


IO 


o 


7 * 


ii 


o 


8 oj 


12 


o 


8 31 


>3 


o 


9 * 


14 


o 


10 o 


15 


o 


io 3 


16 


o 


II 2 


17 


I 


I 


18 


I 


I o J 


i9 


I 


i 3< 


20 


I 


2 2' 


21 


I 


3 o 


22 


I 


3 3 


23 


I 


4 2 J 


24 


I 


5 x 


25 


I 


6 ol 



cts* 


s. d.f. 


f/j 


j-. 


d.f. { 


26 


i 6 3 


51 


3 


02 


27 


I 7 2 


52 


3 


1 2 


28 


i 8 i 


53 


3 


2 I 


29 


i 9 o 


54 


3 


3 


3^ 


I 9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


3i 


I IO 1 


56 


3 


4 1 i 


32 


I II o 


57 


3 


5 


33 


i ii 3 


58 


3 


1 3 


34 


2 O 2 


59 


3 


6 2 


35 


2 I I 


60 


3 


7 1 


36 


2 2 


61 


3 


8 


37 


2 2 3 


62 


3 


8 3 


38 


2 3 i 


63 


3 


9 1 


39 


2 4 a 


64 


3 


10 


4o 


2 4 3 


65 


3 


10 3 


4f 


252 


66 


3 


11 2' 


42 


2 6 I 


67 


4 


1 


43 


2 7° 


68 


4 


1 


44 


2 7 3 


69 


4 


1 3 


45 


282 


70 


4 


2 2 


46 


290 


71 


4 


3 


47 


2 9 3 


72 


4 


3 3 


48 


2 10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


49 


2 11 1 


74 


4 


5 1 


SO 


;3 ° ° 


175 


4 


6 



cts. \s. 

76 4 

77 4 
7814 
79 4 
80 
81 
82 
83 



d. f. 
6 3 



7 
8 

<; 

4 9 

4 10 
4 11 



4 
15 
85;5 
86 j 5 
871 5 
88)5 

89.5 
90.5 



9i 
92 

93 
94 
95 
96 

97 
98 

99 
100 



Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
prefled in Dollars or Units, Difmes or Tenths, Cents or 
Hundredth's, and Mr lies or Thousandths. A Difme being 
the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cc^ the hundredth part of 
a Dillar } and a M/7/f the thousandth part oi* a Drtlar. 



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ATA 


BLE of Simple Interest at 6. per Cent. 


For any Sum from 2or. to /\icoo. 


1 Mon, | 3 Mon. | 6 Mon. | 


A Year. 


£- 


s. d. q. 


j. d t q. 


s. a. q. 


s. ^ q. 


1 


1 


032 


070 


l 21 


2 


O21 


070 


120 


2 4 3 


3 


032 


10 3 


1 9 2 


3 7° 


4 


4 3 


12 1 


242 


490 


5 


60 


l6o 


300 


6 00 


6 


070 


1 9 2 


3 7° 


7 20 
840 


5 


3 1 


2lO 


4 20 


092 


2 4 3 


492 


9 7° 


9 


10 3 


2 8 1 


5 4 2 


10 9 


£• 


/. s. d. 


I. s t d t 


l. s. d. 


/. j. d. 


10 


010 


030 


060 


0120 


20 


020 


60 


0120 


1 40 


3° 


030 


90 


18 


1 16 


40 


040 


0120 


1 40 


280 


5° 


5 o| 0150 


1100 


300 


60 


060 


18 


1160 


3120 


70 


7 
080 


1 10 


2 20 


4 4 


80 


1 40 


2 80 


4 16 


9° 


9 


1 70 


2 14 


1 £ 8o 


100 


10 


1 10c 


3 00 


600 


200 


100 


3 c 


> 6 00 


1 12 00 


300 


1 10 


4 10 c 


) 9 00 


18 


400 


200 


60c 


) 12 00 


24 00 


500 


2 10 


7 10 15 00 


30 


600 j 3 


1 9 0018 00 


36 


700 1 3 10 


1 10 10 o;ai 


42 00 


800 J 4 


I 12 24 00 


4800 


900 j 4 10 


j 13 10 0)27 00 


54 00 


1000 


l^oo 


1 15 ° ( 


Djgo 


60 



TABLE 

Of the Intefeft on Dollars, Cents Sc Mi/Is at 6 per Cent* 



*» 


.<-» «-»* ■ 


n* 1 *•' 


c . - 


*» 


^ . . 


^ . » 1 *w . • 


Dolla 
Cents 
Mills 


Dolla 
Cents 

Mills 


4&i 

§Mont. 
1 5 






lMont. 


6M nt. 


1 Year. 


1 o o 


005 


3 


060 


200 


010 


030 


6 


12 


S 


1 5 


4 5 


090 


18 


4 


020 


060 


0120 


O 24 


f ° ° 


25 


7 5 


15 


O 30 


10 


050 


15 


30 


60 X) 


20 


10 


300 


60 


1 20 


30 


15 


45 


90 


1 80 


40 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 


50 


25 


75 


150 


300 


60 


30 O 


90 


1 80 


3 60 


70 


35 ° 


1 5.0 


2 10 


4 20 


80 


40 


1 20 


2 40 


4 800 


90 


45 


!» 35 


2 70 


5 40 O 


100 


500 


1 50 


300 


600 



MONIES OF ACCOUNT, 

In England. 
4 Farthings (qrs.) make 1 Penny, d. 
12 Pence -— 1 "Stiillir-E, $. 

20 Shillings — 1 Pound, £. 

A Pound is— 554*44 4-9 Cento. 

In France. 
12 Beniers make 1 Sol. 

20 Sols 1 Livre or Frank. 

A Livre or Frank is — l?i Ceutoi 



In Holland. 
16 Phennings make 1 Stiver. 

20 Stivers 1 Guilder* 

A- Guilder is — 39 Cents. 



In Hambro. 
12 Deniers make 1 So'.-lub. 

12 Sol-lubs 1 Mark Banco. 

A Mark is — 33i Cents. 



In Portugal. 
1000 Reas make 1 Milrea. 

AMilrea is— gi 24 Cents. 



In Hjiain. 
34 Marvadives of plate make 1 Rial of plate. 

8 Rials oi' plate* r 1 Piastre. 

A Piastre is— -0 Cents. 
A Rial —10 Cents. 



In Venice, 
12 Denari make 1 Soldi. 
124 Soldi — — 1 Ducat Banco. 

A Ducat Banco is — 93 Cents. 



In Russia* 
100 Copecs make 1 Ruble. 

- ALSO, 

20 Moscosques make 1 Grive. 

10 G rives 1 Ruble. 

A Ruble is— SU 



In Poland If Prussia* 
18 Penins make 1 Gros. 
30 Gros — — 1 Florin. 
Florins make 1 Rix Dollar.— A Rix Dollar is gl. 

In Sweden. 
32 Orts make 1 Copper Dollar. 
A Copper Dollar is — UJ Cents. 



In Switzerland, 
4 Penins make 1 Cruitzer. 

€0 Cruitzers 1 Florin, 

A Florin is— 58 cents. 



In Denmark and Norway* 
16 Schillings make 1 Mark. 

6 Marks — ^ i Rix Dollar, 

A Rix Dollar is— gl. 

In Genoa, 
J2 Denari make 1 Soldi. 

20 Soldi - 1 Pezzc, 

A Pezzo is— gl. 

In Rome* 
JO Bajoches make 1 Julio. 

12 Julio 1 Stampt Crown. 

A Stampt Crown is— gl 35 Cents, 

In jYufiles. 
20 Grains make 1 Tarin. 

5 Tarins ^ 1 Ducat, 

A Ducat is— 75 Cents. 

In Turkey, Egypt and Barbary. 
120 • Aspers make 1 Cara Grouch. 
A Cara Grouch is— gl, 

In India, 
12 Pice make 1 Ana. 16 Anas i R UDee 

ALSO— ^ * 

BO Cash make 1 Fanam. 36 Fanams 1 Pae-od^ 

A Rupee is— go 55% Cents. , b * 
A Pagoda is— gl 94 Cents, 

In China. 

$0 Cash make 1 Candarine. 1 o Candarine— 1 Man 
10 Mace-1 Tale A Tale is gl 48 Cents, 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER. 



DUTIES, 



Articles on which Pnties are payable at their importa- 
tion in :o the United States, with Kates of 
lmpoft ; alphabetically arranged. 
A RMS, fire and sidt, not oth- 

** crwise enumerated, or paints 

thereof 17\ per cent ad val. 

Apparatus, philosophical, espe- 
cially imported for any semi- 
nary or learn hie, free. 

Ale, beer and porter, in casks or 

botiies, 8 cents her gallon. 

Almonds, 2 cents per pound* 

Artificial flowers, feathers, and 
other ornaments for women's 
hend-dresses, 17f ditto. 

Anniseed, \7\ ditto. 

Anchors, 15 ditto. 

Articles of all kindsof the growth, 

► product, qr manufacture of the 

U. States, spirits excepted, free. 

Brass teutenage and wire, free. 

iron or steel locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils, and vises, 15 ditto. 

all oth er m anufactures of 1 7 \ ditto. 

Balls and Balsams, (see powders, 

pastes, Sec) 17£ ditto. 

Beer, ale or porter, in casks cr 
bottles, 8 cents per gallon. 

Bricks and tiles, 17£ ditto. 

Bonnets, hats, and c^>s, of every 

kind, * 37£ ditto. 

Boots, 7 j cents per pair. 



i 26 

Books, blank 15 per cent advaL 

Books of persons who come to re- 
side in the United States, free. 
Buttons of every kind, 17} per cent advaL 
Buckles, shoe and knee, 17\ ditto. 
Brushes, 15 ditto. 
Bullion, free. 
Burgundy wine, 45 cents per gallon. 
Cannon of Brass, 17^ percent ad vaL 
Carriages, or parts of carriages,22£ ditto. 
Cards, playing, 25 cents per pack, 

wool and cotton, ' 50 cents per doz* 

Cables and tarred cordage, 2 cents per Id. 

Cabinet wares, 17^ per cent ad v a* 

Caps, hats, and bonnets, of eve- 
ry kind, 1?4 ditto. 
Carpets and carpeting, I7| ditto. 
Cartridge paper, 17 % ditto. 
Candles of tallow, 2 cents per lb. 
-J — of wax or spermaceti, 6 ditto. 
Champaign wine, 45 cents per gallon. 
Cassia, China 4 cents per pound* 
Capers, 1 7% per cent ad vaL 
Canes, walking sticks and whips, 15 ditto. 
Caiixbi i^ivb, 15 ditto. 
Cheese, 7 cents per pound. 
China ware, 17hper cent advaL 
Comfits, 17% ditto. 
Chintzes and colored calicoes or 
muslifis, and all printed, stain- 
ed or colored goods, or manu- 
factures of cotton, of linen, or 
of both, or of which cotton or 
linen is. the material of chief 
value, 15 ditto. 
Cinnamon and cloves, 20 cents per pound. 
Cocoa, j 2 cents per pound* 
Chocolate, 3 ditto. 



o 



27 

Clogs and'goloshoes(see shoes), 17 i cents per fiair. 

Cordage tarred, 2 cents per pound. 

- . unta red, H ditto. 

Cr smetics, 17 4 P er '™t cdval. 

Coal, 5 cents per bushel. 

Colors (see painters'), 

Copper manufactures,. 17& per cent ad vat. 

" (Copper in plates, pigs and bars, free. 

Currants, 2 cents per pound. 

Compositions fer the teeth and 
gums, (see deatrinces) • 17% per cent adval. 

Coffee, 5 cents per pound. 

•Cotton, 3 ditto. 

^Cotton or linen manufactures, or 
of both, or of which cotton or 
linen is, the material of chief 1 
1 value, being printed, stained or 
colored, or cotton manufactures 
not printed, stained, or colored, 15 fier cent adval* 

Clocks and watches, cr parts of 

either, 17% ditto. 

Coaches, chariots, chairs, phae- 
tons, cnaises,solos, or other car- 
riages, or parts of either, . 22J ditto. 

Cloathing, ready made, 15 ditto. 

' Clothes, books, household furni- 
ture, and the tools or imple- 
ments of the trade or profes- 
sions of persons who come to 
reside in the United States, free. 

Cutlasses, or parts thereof, 17 % per cent ad vaU 

Dates and figs, 17% ditto. 

Dentrince powders, tinctures, 
preparations and compositiens, 
ior the teeth and gums, 17% ditto. 

Dolls, dressed or undressed, " 17 % ditto- 
Drugs, medicinal, except those 
commonly used for dying, 17% ditto. 



28 

— — and woods for dyipg. free. 

E rthern and stone wares, 17% per cent ad va 

Essences, (see powders, pastes, 

&c.) l^i ditto. 

F' tn s, or parts thereof, 17 4 ditto. 

Faval wine, 28 cents fier gallon 

Fe tliers, and other ornaments 

f r women's head dres.es, 17\per cent ad va< 

Fri >geS commonly used by up- 
holsters, coachmakers,and sdd- 
dlers, 171 ditto. 

F'gs, 2 cents fier pound* 

Fish, foreign dried^ SO cents per quint a 

*— Salmon, 100 cents per barre 

Mackerel, 60 ditto. 

other pickled* 40 ditto. 

Flowers artificial, 17 i per cent ad vet. 

Floor cloths and mats, or parts of 

either, 171 dftto. 

Fruits of all kinds. 17% ditto* 

Furs of every kind, undressed, free. 

Glass— black quart bottles. 60 cent* per groce 

- window, not above 8 inches 

by 10, 160cts.perlQ0sq.J 

« , ± io - — by 12, 175 ditto. 

all above 10 by 12, 225 ditto. 

all other glass and manufac- 
tures thereof, ^^ per cent ad v'q 

Glauber Salts, 200 cents per ctvt. 

Gauzes, 15 per cent ad va 

Geneva, (see spirks) 

Ginger, 1^4 ditto. 

Girandoles, or parts thereof, 2:4 ditto. 

Goloshoes (see shoes) 15 cents per pair* 

Gloves and mittens, of every 

kind, * 1 74 he r cent ad va 

Gold, silvtr, and pTated ware, 1" h ditto. 

f*o!d antf silver lace, 1 / 4 ditto. 



2 9 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, 
imported directly from China, 
or India, in ships or vessels not 
of the United States, except 
teas, China ware, and all other 
articles liable to higher rates of 
duties, 15 ditto. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, 
intended to be re-exported to 
a foreign port or place in the 
same ship or vessel in which 
they shall be imported, — and all 
articles of the growth, product, 
I or manufacture of the U. States, 
spirits excepted, free. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, 
not lie rein otherwise particu- 
larly enumerated and describ- 
ed, 15 per cent ad v ah 

Glue, 4 cents per fiound. 

Gunpowder, 4 ditto. 

Hangers, «r parts thereof, 17% per cent advaL 

Hair powder, 4 cents per pound. 

Hats, caps, and bonnets, of eve - 

I ry kind, \7\ ditto. 

\ Hemp, 100 cents per lb. 

Hides, raw, free. 

Household furniture of persons, 
who come to reside in the U. 
States, free. 

Implements of the trade or pro- 
fession of persons who come 
to reside the U. States, free. 

Indigo, 25 cents per lb. 

Iron wire, free. 

slit and hoop, 1 ce?it per pound. 

— steel or brass locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils, and vises, 15//er cent ad vah 

C 2 



— cast, or rolled, and all 
manufacturers of iron, steel, 
or brass, or of -A'hic-h cither of 
these metals is the article of 
chief value, not being other, 
wise particularly enumerated, 17 J ditto. 

Jewelery and paste work, 17£ ditto. 

Lace of gold aud silver, Iff ditto. 

Laces and lawns, 15 ditto* 

Laces, lines, fringes, tassels,and 
trimmings, commonly used by 
upholsters, coach-makers,and 
saddlers, 17£ ditto. 

Lampblack, 15 *Utto# 

Lapis Calaminarh, free. 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and 
all manufactures of leather, 
or of which leather is the arti- 
cle of chief value, not other- 
wise particularly enumerated,^ percent advaL 

Lead and musket ball, 1 cent per pound. 

*— all other manufactures of 
lead, or in which lead is the 
chief article, I cent per ponnd. 

Lemons and limes, 17£ per ct. ad vaL 

Lime, foreign, 50 cents per cask ef 

60 gallons. 

Linen or cotton manufactures,or 
of both, or of which cotton cr 
linen is the material of chief 
value, being printed, stained, 
or coloured, or cotton manu- 
factures, not printed, stained, 
or coloured, 15 ditto. 

Linen ioanufoctures,or of which 
linen is the chief article of va- 
lue, not printed, stained, or 
coloured,, 15 dKto. 



3* 

Lisbon and Oporto Wines, 30 cents fier gallon. 

Looking glasses,or parts thereof, 21% fier cent ad val. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter,and 
copper, not otherwise particu- 
larly enumerated, l~i ditto. 

— '• — of iron, steel, or brass, 

not otherwise particularly e- 

numerated, 17& ditto. 

I of leather, not other- 
wise particularly enumerated, \7\ ditto. 
■ of lead> net otherwise 



particularly enumerated, 1 cent fier ficund. 

of cotton or linen, or of 



both, printed, stained, or col- 
oured, or of cotton not print- 
ed, stained, or coloured, 15/icr cent ad val. 
of linen, not printed, 



stained or coloured, 15 ditto* 

of glass, (see glass) 

of tobacco, (see snuiF 



and tobacco) 

of wood, (see cabinet 



wares and wood) 

• of the United States, 



spirits excepted, free. 

Mats and floor cloths, or parts 

of either, 17$ fier cent ad val. 

M' It, 10 cents per bushel* 

Marble, slate, and other stone, 

bricks, tiles, tables, mortars, 

and other utensils of Marble 

or slate,and generally all stone 

and earthern ware, 17% fier cent ad val. 

Madeira wines (see wines) 

Malaga wine, 28 cents fier gallon* 

Mace, 125 tetits fier lb. 

Medicinal drugs, except those 

commonly used in dying, 17 £ fier cent ad vah 



3* 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, 
imported directly from China 
or India, in ships or vessels not 
of the United States, except 
teas, China ware, and all other 
articles liable to higher rates 
of duties, 15 ditto. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, 
intended to be re-exported to 
a foreign p®rt or place in the 
same ship or vessel in which 
they shall be imported — rind 
all the articles of the growth, 
product or manufacture of the 
U. States, spirits excepted, free. 

Merchandize, goods and wares, 
not herein otherwise particu- 
larly enumerated and describ- 
ed, 15 Jier cent ad vah 

Mittens and gloves, of every 

kind, ' 1? '4 ditto. 

Millinery ready made, '374 diac. 

Molasses, 5 cents fier gallon. 

Muskets and firelocks with bay- 
onets fitted to the same, and 
musket ball, or parts of eidier,17J/2er cent ad vaL 

Muskets and firelocks without 

bayonets, or parts of either, 17 h ditto. 

Mustard in Pxur, lf£ ditto. 

Muslins or muslinets, whether 
printed, stained, coloured, or 
otherwise, 15 ditto,. 

Nails, 2 centnfier pound. 

Nankeens, l$fier cent advn.U 

Nutmegs, . 50 cents fierpoimd* 

Oranp.es, 1/J ditto.- 

Ornaments for women's head 
• dresses, I7i ditto. 



33 

Ointments, oils, and odours, (see 






p >wders, pastes, &c.) 
Olives, 
Oil, 

O hre , dry yellow, 
Oporto and Lisbon wine, 
[Paper Hangings, 
*-*-— writing and wrapping, 15 

sheathing and cartridge, 174 

Punters* colours, whether dry 

or grourd in oil, except those 

commonly used in dying, not 

otherwise particularly enume- 
. rated, 17f ditto. 

Pack thread and twine, 400 cents per cwt4 

Pasteboards, parchment, or vel- 



ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 
1 cent per fiCund* 
30 cents per gtilion* 
\7\ per cent ad vaU 

ditto. 

ditto. 



lum, 
Paste work and jewellery, 
Photons, or parts thereof, 
Plarster of Paris, 
Pewter, plates and dishes, 

r — > old. 

Pepper, 

Perfumes, 

Pistols, or parts thereof, 

Pictures and prints, 

Pimento, 

Printing types, 

Pickles ofall sorts, 

Printed,stained,or coloured goods, 
or manufactures of cotton or of 
linen, or of both, 15 ditto. 

Porter, beer, or ale, in casks or 
bottles, 8 cents per galloiu 

Powder for hair, 4 cents per pound* 

gun powder, 15 per cen$ ad val* 

Powders, pastes, balls, balsams, 



15 per cent ad vah 
17% ditto. 
figf ditto, 
free, 
4 cents per pound* 

free. 
6 cents per pound* 
17 \ per cent ad vol* 
17\ ditto. 
15 ditto. 
4 cents per pound: 
15 per cent ad vol* 
174 ditto. 



34 

ointments, oils, waters, washes 

tinctures, essences, or ot er 

preparations or ' compositions, 

commofily called sweet scents, 

odors, perfumes, or cosmetics, 

and all powders or prepara- 
tions for the teeth or gums, 
Flumbs and prunes, 
Quick Silver, 
Raisins, in jars and boxes, 

, Muscaed, 

1 — — -, all ether kinds, 

Red, and white, Lead, . 

Salt, weighing more than fifty-six 

. pound? per bushel, 224 cents per 56 Ih 

*— — weighing fifty -six pounds per 

bushel, or less,' 22 J cents fier bushel 

Salts, glauber, ' 200 cents per cwt* 

Stained, printed, or coloured 

goods, or manufactures of linen, 15 per cent ad val 



m 


ditto. 


2 cents per pou?u 


6 


ditto. 


2 


ditto. 


2 


ditto. 


H 


ditto. 


2 . 


ditto. 



Salt pet re, 
St. Lucar wines, 
Siegars, ' 
. Starch, 
Sail cloth, 

Slate, stone, and stone ware, 
Saddles, or parts thereof, 
Satins, and other wrought silks, 
Steel, , 
Steel, iron, or brass locks, hinges, 

hoes, anvils, and vises, 15 fier cent ad val 
all other manufactures of 

steel, 17J ditto. 

Sheathing and cartridge paper, 17% ditto. 
Sherry wine, 

Sea stores of ships or vessels, 
Spermaceti candles, 
Spanish Brown, 



free. 

40 cents per gallon 
2% per thousand, 
3 cents per pound 

15 fier cent ad vaU 

17J ditto. 

15 ditto. 

15 ditto. 
100 cents per civt. 



40 cents per gallon, 
free. 
6 cents per pound* 
1 ditto. 



35 

•feet Scents,(sce powder6,past«s, 
&c ) 

>irits distilled in foreign coun- 
tries, viz, 

Frvn Grain, 

First proof, 

Second proof, 

Third proof, 

Fourth proof, 

Fifth proof, 

Sixth proof, 
From other materials* 

First proof, 

Second proof, 

Third proof. 

Fourth proof, 

Fifth proof, 

Sixth proof, 
)irits distilled in the U. States, 
imported in the same ship or 
vessel in which they had been 
previously exported from the 
JJnited States, viz. 

From Molasses, 

First proof, 

Seconcrproof, 
. Third proof, 

Fourth proof, 

Fifth proof, 

Sixth proof, 
rommaterials oft/ingrowth and 
produce of the U» States. 

First proof, 7 

Second proof, 8 

Third proof, "9 

Fourth proof, 11 

Fifth proof," 13 

Sixth proof, * f-jfk 



17J jier cent advaL 



28 cents per gallon* 



29 


ditto. 


31 


ditto. 


34 


ditto. 


40 


ditto. 


50 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


28 


ditto. 


32. 


ditto. 


38 


ditto. 


46 


ditto. 



63 



ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 



ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto. 



36 



1 cent per pound. 

17 J per cent ad vol 

17| ditto. 

free. 

4 cent* per^pound 
25 cents per pair* 



Spike9, 

Silver and plated ware, 

lace, 

Skins, raw, 

Seins, 

Shoes and slippers of silk, 

Kid and Morocco, 15 ditto. 

— other shoes and slippers for 

men and women, clog, or golo- 

shoes, 15 ditto. 
other shoes and slippers for 

children, 10 ditto. 

Swords or cutlasses, or parts cf 

either, 17 i per cent ad val 

Stockings, 1 ■■'£ ditto. 

Stone aiid earthen ware, 17 & ditto. 

Soap, 2 cents per pound. 

Solos and other carriages, or parts 

th ereof, 22$ fi er dmt ad val 



Sulphur, 
Sugars, brown 

, m t lite cla yed 

, do. powdered 

all other clayed or pow- 



l*'ee. 
H cents tier pound, 



dered 



lump 

loaf 

other refined 



9 
134 



ditto, 
ditto. 

ditto, 
ditto, 
ditto, 
dnco. 
ditto. 



Sugar Candy, 

Snuff, 22 cents per pound* 

Tassels and trimmings, common- 
ly used by upholsterers, coach- 
makers and saddlers, 17$ per cent ad val, 

Tables of marble, slate and other 

f tone, <-r parts thereof, 17$ ditto. 

Tallow Candles, 2 cents per pound*] 

Teas, from China an J India. 

■ , Bohea 13 ditto. 



S7 

, souchong and other black IS ditto. 

-, hyson, imperial, gunpowder 
or gomee 32 ditto. 

, other green teas 22$ ditto. 

From Europe* 
, bohea 14 ditto. 

, souchong and other black, 21 ditto. 

■, hyson, imperial, gunpowder 
or gomee 40 ditto. 

— , other green teas 24 ditto. 

From any other place* 
— , bohea, 17 ditto. 

— , souchong, 27 ditto. 

— , hyson, imperial,gun powder 
or gomee, 50 ditto. 

— , other green teas, 30 ditto. 

Feneriffe wine, 28 cents per gallox* 

Twine and packthread, 400 cents per cwt. 

Im manufactures, 17% per cent ad. val. 

in pigs and plates, free. 

Tinctures, (see powders, pastes, 

&x.) ITiper cent cd-val. 

Tiles and bricks, 17 1 ditto. 

Tovs not otherwise enumerated,15 ditto. 

Tobacco manufactured (odier 

than snuff.) 10 cents per lb. 

Tools of the trade or profession . 
of persons who come to reside 
m the United States, free. 

Types for printing, 15 per cent ad. vat. 

Velvets and velverets, 15 ditto. 

Wares of tin, pewter, and cop- 
per, not otherwise enumerated, 17% ditto. 

, of earthern or stone, 17& ditto. 

, China, 1?| ditto. 

, gold, silver, and plated, 17£ ditto. 

, goods and merchandize,!*!}* 

ported directly frcra China, or 
D 



38 

India, in ships or vessels not 
of the United States, except 
teas, China ware,and all other 
articles liable to higher rates 
of duties, 15 ditto. 

— — , goods, and merchandize, of 
the growth, produce, or maim? 
facture of the United States, 
(spirits excepted) free. 

Wafers, 17% fier cent acl.vai 

Waters and washes, (see pow- 
ders, pastes. Sec) 17 J ditto. 

Walking sticks, whips, 8c canes, 15 ditto. 

Wax candles, 6 csnts per pound* 

Watches and clocks, or parts of 

either, 17^ per cent ad.va 

Wines, in casks, bottles, and other vessels* 

■—— ., M.ilmsey, Madeira, and 
London particular Madeira, 5S cents per gallot 

« ill other Madeira wine, 50 ditto. 

«, — -Burgundy, Champaign ,Rhe- 

nish and Tokay wines, 45 ditto, 

- — oherry and St. Lucar wines,4Q ditto. 

• Claret, and other wines not 

enumerated, when imported 

in bottles or cases, 35 ditto. 

-Lisbon, Oporto, and other 

Portugal wines, 30 ditto. 

Sicily, 3Q ditto. 

— — Teneriffe, Malaga. Fayal, 
St. George, and other western 
island wines, 28 ditto. 

all other wines, when im-r 

ported otherwise than in bot- 
tles or cases, 23 ditto. 

\ — ~,m value of the bottles, 15 per cent ad. va 

Window glass, (see glass) 

Wire of brass and iron, frcet 



39 

A^obl and cotton cards, 50 cents per dozen. 

Wool unmanufactured, free, 

iVood unmanufactured, free. 

A r ood manufactured, (exclusive 
of cabinet wares,) 15 per cent ad. val. 

Yarn untarred, 225 cents per cwt. 

" 1] other goods not before par- 
ticularly enumerated and des- 
cribed, 15 per cent ad* vaL 

&y All parts of articles to be subject to the same du* 
ties as the entire article is subject to. 
Bottles in which liquors are imported,pay the same 
duty as empty bottles. 

The following articles are free from .duty* 

Rags, and Bristles. 

Regulus of Antimony. 

Unwronght clay, and unwrought burr stencs. 

Bark of the cork tree. 

Philosophical apparatus, specially imported for any 
seminary of learning. 

Articles of all kinds, of the growth, product, or man- 
ufacture of the United States, 

Copper, in plates, pigs, and J3ars; 

■ Clothes, bocks, household furniture, p.»d the tools or 

' implements of the trade or professions of persons 
who come to reside in the United Stales. 

Drugs and woods for dying. 

Jr'urs of every kind undressed. 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, intended to be ex- 
ported in the same vessel in which they shall l>fc 

I imported. 

Rav hides, and iron ware, 

Lapk; Calaminaris, and Plaister of Paris. 

O'.e pew|<jr and tin/in pigs and plates. 

Wi.c of brass and iron. 

\> oe,i ana wood unmanufactured. 



4o 

T O JV jV A G E, 
By Act of Congress, approved 2d of March, 17 9$, t« 
be paid at the time of entering the vessel, and be- 
fore any permit shall be granted for unloading any 
part of the cargo, at the following rates : 

On all shifts or vessels entering fitm any foreign 
ftort or ftlace. 

Per ton. Cents, 
Ships or vessels of the United States, 6 

built within the United States, af- 
ter the 20th July, 1789, but be- 
longing wholly or in part to for- 
eign powers, duly recorded, SO 
On o 4 her ships or vessels, 50 

Vessels of the United States employed in the 
coasting trade or fisheries, duly licensed, per 
annum, € 

Vessels of the United States,( other than licensed) 
taking in merchandize in a district in one 
state, to be delivered in a district in another 
state, other than an adjoining state on the sea 
coast, or on a navigable river, 6 

Other ships or vessels, taking in merchandize, 

to be delivered in another district, 50 

grj* Foreign vessels pay light money, at the rate of 

50 cents per ton. 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN Dolls.CtS. 

Gold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of 
the stfoicterd prior to the year 1792 ; for 
every 27 grains, 1 00 

Gold coins of France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions of Spain, of the standard prior to the 
year 1792 ; for every 27 and 2 fifth 
'grains, 1 00 

Spanish milled dollars — 17 pwt. 7 i?rs. 1 0Q 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 



4* 

Crowns of France— IF pwts. IT gfB* 1 lp 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 

Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receiva- 
ble, which are not by law a tender for the payment 
of all debts, except in consequence of a proclamation 
cf the President of the United States, authorising 
«uch foreign coins to be received in payment of the 
duties and fees aforesaid. 

Rates of coins for e&timatfyxg duties. 
founds sterling of Great -Britain, - 4 44 

Livre Tournois of France, - - 18 

Florin or Guilder of the United Ketherlanks, 4C& 
Mar k Banco of Hamburgh - SSl 

Rix dollar of Denmark, - . - 1 00 

Pval plate of Spain, - - 10 

-— - Vallon of do. - 05 

Miiree of Portugal, - - 1 34 

Pound sterling of Ireland, 4 10 

Tale of China, - - 1 48 

Pagoda of India, - - - 1 94 

Rupee of Bengal, ... 55% 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as 
•may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value there- 
of, compared with the money ci the Ui ited States. 
Provided, That it shall be lawful for the President of 
the United States to cause to be established, fit and 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on goods, 
wares, and merchandize, impored into the United 
States, in respect to which, the original cost shall be 
exhibited in a depreciated currency, issued and cir- 
culated under authority of any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares, and merchandize, im- 
ported from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyoed the 
*ame,(if ad valorem articles) 20 per cent to be added 
ito the actual cost thereof, including all charges,(com- 
•tnissions, outside packages, and insurance only ex- 
cepted) and ten per cent if from any foreign port, be- 
fore the duties are calculated. 
D 2 



42 

TEES OF OFFICE. 
To the Collector unci Naval Officer. 

Dols. Cts 

"Entry cf a vessel of 100 tons or upwards, 2 5 

Clearance, do. do. 2 5 

Entry of a vessel under 100 tons, 1 5 

Clearance, do. do. 1 5' 

Every post entry, 2 0< 

Permit to land goods, 2< 

Every bond taken officially, 4( 

permit to land goods for exportation for 

drawback, Si 

debenture, or ether official certificate, G 2< 
bill of liea] th, 2l 

Official document (register excepted) required 
by any person, C 

To the Swveyor* 
Admeasuring and certifying the same, of eve- 
ry ship or vessel of 100 tons and under, per 
ton, 

Admeasurement of every ship or vessel,above 

100 and not exceeding 200 tons, 1 

Above 200 tons, 2 

I or all other services on board anv ship or 
vessel of 100 tons and upwards, having on 
board goods, wares, or merchandize, subject 
to duty, 3 

For like services ©n board any ship or vessel 

cf less than 100 tons, 1 5 

On all vessels hot having on board goods,wares, 

or merchandize, subject to duty, 1 66 

i£Uowance& for draft* lb 

hny quantitv of 1 00 weight or 1 1 2 lb. 1 

above 100 and under 200 2 

200 and under SCO 3 

300 and under 400 4i 

400 and under 1 P00, 7 

1800 laid upwards, 9 



43 

Tares, lb. 

In every whole chest of bohea tea, 70 

' half do. do. 36 

quarter, do. do. 20 

chest of hyson or other green tea, of 

70 lb. or upwards, 20 

box of other tea between 50 and 70 lb. 1 8 
do. of 80 lb. . 20 

do. from 80 lb. upwards, 22 

The above to include ropes, canvas, and other cov- 
erings. 
On all other boxes of te^s, according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 

On coffee in bags, 2 per cent. 

in bales, 3 

in casks, 12 

On sugar ,other than loaf sugar,in casks,12 



in boxes, 


15 


in bags or mats, 


5 


On cocoa,in casks, 


10 


in bags, 


1 


On pimento, in casks, 


16 


in bags, 


3 


On cheese, in hampers or baskets. 


10 


in boxes, 


20 


On candles, m boxes, 


8 


On chocolate, in boxes, 


10 


On cotton, in bales, 


2 


in seroons, 


6 


O' Glauber salts, in casks, 


8 


On indigo, in barrels, 


12 


in other casks, 


15 


in seroons, 


10 


in bags or mats, 


o 


On nnils, in casks, 


n 


On pepper, in casks> 


12 


in bales, 


5 


in bags, 


2 



44 

On sugar candy, in boxes, 10 

On segars, in boxes, 18 

On soap, in boxes, 10 

On shot, in casks, 3 

On twine, in casks, 1 2 

in bales, 3 

On all other goods, according to the in- 
voice thereof, as actual weight. 

Allowance for leakage and breakage* 

Two per cent allowed en the guage on all mer 
chandize, paying duty by the gallon, contained ii 
casks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter,in bottles 
and live per cent on all other liquors in bottles, to bi 
deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of break 
age ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties ci 
the actual quantity by tale, at the option ot the im 
porter, at the time of entry. 

TERMS OF CREDIT. 

When the duties on ad valorem articles are les 
than $50, it must be paid immediately ; if specific, i 
deposit must be made to secure the same which whei 
ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the duties on goods imported (where th< 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership) sha] 
amount to more than fifty dollars, the following credi 
is allowed by law, except where any bond on whicl 
the person or co-pa rtnership^ entering such goods 
wares, or merchandize, are either principal or secu 
rity, and which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the West -Indies, (sal 
excepted) the one half in three months, and theothe: 
half in .*ix months. 

On sa't, in nine months. 

On Madeira, and other wines, twelve months. 

On all goods, Sec. from Europe, (wines, salt ant 
teas excepted) the one third in eight, one third h 
ten, and one third in twelve months. 



45 

On all goods, &c. (wines, salt andteis excepted) 
jom any other place than Europe and the West-Inc- 
hes, one half in six months, one fourth in nine months, 
ind ore fourth in twelve months. 

On teas " from China or Europe, may be deposit- 
id at the option of the importer or importers (to be 
letermined at the time of making entry therefor) ei- 
:her to secure the duties thereon, on the same terms 
ind stipulations as on other goods, wares, and mer- 
chandize imporied, or to give his, her, or their bond, 
to the collector of the district where any such teas 
(shall be landed, in double the amount of the duties 
thereupon, with condition for the payment of the said 
{duties, in two years from the date of said bond ; which 
pond shall be accepted by such collector without sure- 
ly, upon the terms following ; that is to say. The ieas, 
for the duties whereof such bond ^all be accepted, 
shall be deposited at the expence and risk of the im- 
jporter or importers, in one or more store house or 
[store houses, as the case may require, to be agi eed 
iipon," Sec. The said teas to be delivered upon bond 
being given with one or more surety or sureties, to the 
satisfaction of the collector " if the same shall not ex- 
ceed 100 dollars, in four months ; if above 100. dol- 
lars, and not exceeding 500 dollars, in eight months ; 
or if the same shall exceed 500 dollars, in twelve 
months; so that the term of credit shall not extend 
the period beyond two years from the time of deposit- 
ing the said teas ; any teas remaining after the term 
of two years, to be sold by the collector, who shall re- 
turn the surplus (after paying the duties) to the own- 
er or owners thereof." 

When the bonds given for duties shall become due, 
and not discharged, the collector to prosecute without 
delav ; and in case of insolvency or death, the United 
States to be the first creditor, " and if any executor, 
administrator, assignee, or any other person, shall 
pay any debt due by the person'or estate, from whom 



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or for which they are acting, previous to the debt o 
debts due to the Linked States being fully satisfied an< 
paid, shall become answerable in their own person 
and estate for the same, or part thereof remainhi 
unsatisfied. 

Sureties on all the bonds given for duties, shall i 
cases of insolvency or death of the principal, " hav 
and enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference 
for the recovery and receipt of the said money out c 
the estate and effects of such insolvent, or decease* 
principal, as are reserved to the United States," 
* When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of du 
ties due to the United States, judgment to be grante 
at the return term, " unless the defendant shall in c 
pen court, the United States Attorney being presen 1 
make oath or affirmation that an error has been corr 
mitted in the liquidation of the duties demanded ur 
on such bond, specifying the errors alledged to hav 
been committed, and that the same have been nctine 
in writing to the collector of the said district prior t 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid." 

On all bonis upon which tuits shall be commencec 
an inteiest shall be allowed at the rate of six per cer 
per annivvn, from the time when said bonus becam 
due until the payment thereof, - 

Duties to he pit id where goods are landed, and bone 
to be given for securing the duties, if the whole c 
part of the cargo is destined to different districts. 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vcsd, 
No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or cit 

zens of the LLtited States, is ^admitted to unload i 

anv port or phce except the following : 
N e w -H a m p s i-i i a v—Pori%mo u i h . — M a s s a c in 

setts— Portland &p j&fojow/Aj Ne 

t^n.Sal^i'hBeverluMl^ 

tle/>r,f<:. Nantucket, Bp$ 

gnoqth, iu>h, Frenchm an' •. 

Penobscot, — Rhode-Island— J&w-Port, Prov 



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\ience.o — Connecticut — New -London, Ntov*tfy* 
pen . — N Kw-You k — New- Yoi k. — N k w -J E R sky — 
WertluAmboy, Burlington. — V knn r, ylva r. 1 a— •/Vjz- 
mdeljUiia. — Delaware — Wilmington^ jflewca,stle, 
Port Peon. — M a r y l a n d — Baltynore, An lalious, 
AVienna, Oxford, Georgetown 0.5 Potovnack, Chester- 
{ town creek, Nottingham, Nanjeitioy, Djgges' Land- 
ing, Snowhill, Garrolsbu^gh* — Vi rginia — Alexan- 
dria, Kinsaie, Ne wport, Tappahaim< >ck, Pc*t Royal, 
Fredericksbnrgh, Urbanna, fr irktown, West -Point, 
Hampton, Bermuda-rhurfdred, Citypoint, Rocket's 
Landing, Norfolk and J?orte??iouth*^18bRrtiu*CjlL- 
ioLiNA— ^Wilmington, Nenvbern, Beaufort, \l mhm 
ington, Eden-ton, Warikbridge.--.-Soi) t ^Carot .. i?.-ja 
I — Charleston, Georgetown, Beaufort* — Georgia — 
Savannah, Sunbury, Brunswick, Fr^derica^ St. Ma* 
ry 's. — L o u 1. s 1 a n a 1 — *New* vita ns. 

Nor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good Hope, 
or beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at 
the ports in the above list which are distinguished by 
Italic. 

Restrictions on Importations. 

No goods, wares, or merchandize, of foreign growth, 
|Gr manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, 
shall be brought into the United States from any fo* 
reign port or place in any^ other manner than by 
sea ; nor in any ship or vessel of less than Thirty 
Tons burthen, agreeable to the mode of ascertaining 
American tonnage, except in certain districts on the 
Northern, Northwestern and Western boundaries of 
the United States, adjoining to the dominions of Great 
Britain in Upper and Lower Canada, and the dis- 
tricts on the rivers Ohio and Mississippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 
less capacity than Forty Gallons beer measure, or if 
in bottles, in packages less than Six Dozen, under 
penalty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported 



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into the United States, from any foreign port o 
place, except in ships or vessels of the burthen ofO?z 
Hundred una l\ven<y tons^nd upwards, and in cask 
or packages, containing each net less than hix Hun 
ditd Founds, on pain of forfeiting the said ship o 
vevsel, and the loaf and lump sugar imported therein 
e>cep. in such casks or packages aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials ex 
cepted-) to be imported in casks or vessels of less ca 
pr.city than Jtfititty Gallons wira measure on pain c 
forfeiture, with the ship or vessel, nor in casks o 
vessels which have been marked pursuant to any ia\ 
of the United States, on pain of forfeiture of the sal 
refined loafior lump sugar, and distilled spirits, tc 
gether with the ship or vessel : Provided, that th 
■ forfeiture shall not be incurred en u any spirits im 
, ported or brought into the United States, in othe 
casks or vessels as aforesaid, or the ship or vessel i 
which they shall be brought, if such spirits shall befo 
the use of the seamen on board of such ship or vesse 
and shall not exceed the quantity r.f four gallons fc 
each seaman," and which shall at the time ofentr 
of the said vessel, be inserted in the manifest as th 
sea stores of such shift or vessel-. 

INFORMATION GENERALLY, 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wine; 
or teas, subjects such articles to seizure, and fifty do 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to th 
purchaser ; and if any cask, chest, vessel, or cas< 
containing such articles, shall be found in the posse: 
sion ox any person, without being marked, and n< 
being accompanied with a certificate, the same is ii< 
ble to seizure. 

On the sale of any casks, Sec. w T hich have bee 
marked^ the marks to be defaced in presence of sou 
Officer of inspection or custom ; and the certificate 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of o\ 
hundred dollars, with costs of suit. 



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Goods from foreign ports, not to Lc unladen but 
■etween sunrise and sunset, without special licence, 
aider a penalty oi four hundred dollars on the master 
nd every other person concerned, disability from 
ioiding any office under the government oi the Ur.i- 
ed States for seven years, and being advertised in 
he newspapers, vvith forfeiture of the goods ; zsd if 
ibove four hundred dollar.'.', value of vessel a^d appa- 
eh 
Goods removed before guaged and weighed, and if 
vines, spirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
jtermission, are forfeited. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
! ;wo hundred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors 
md officers of revenue cutters may go on beard, ex- 
imine and search vessels, have free access to the cab- 
in, and seal packages, and after sunset secure the 
•latches, Sec. — Persons in charge of vessels,for break- 
ing fastenings, but in presence of an officer, forfeit 
two hundred dollars. 

Officers may seize within or without their districts 
—•persons resisting or impeding them forfeit four 
hundred dollars. 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any of- 
ficer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or 
fessel, for the purpos« cf carrying into effect any of 
:he revenue laws of the United States, forfeits from 
my to five hundred dollars. 

Register Act. - Every owner of a vessel, residing 
ivithin the limits of the United States, to swear to the 
register within ninety days after its being granted, or 
t becomes void, and the vessel and cargo pays far- 
sign tonnage and duty, • 



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Officers of the Revenue Department, 

•For the district oi Massachussets. 
Benjamin Lincoln, Collector for the ports of Bostoi 

and Charlestown, 
Benjamin Weld, Deputy Collector, 
James Lovell, Naval Officer, 
Thomas Mtivii, Surveyor. 
Salem, William R. Lee, collector, 

Samuel Ward, naval officer, 

Bartholomew Putman, surveyor. 
'Mciferly, Josiah Bachelor, surveyor. ' 
. Marble head) Joseph Wilson, collector, 

Joshua Prentiss, surveyor 8c inspector. 
Newlncryftort S6:ephzn Cross, collector, 

Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer, 

Michael Hodge, surveyor. 
Gloucester) William Tuck, collector, 

Zachariah Stevens, surveyor. 
Ipswich, Asa Andrews, collector, 

Jeremiah Staniford, surveyor. 
Plymouth^ Henry Warren, collector, 

Levi Blount, surveyor. 
Barnstable^ Joseph Otis, collector. 
Nantucket, Stephen Hussey, collector. 
&d%ertown) John Pease, collector. 
Newbedford) Edward Pope, collector. 
iDhghtm, Hodijah Baylis, collector. 
k:.i')uGi/i y Lemuel Waytt, collector. 
York^ Joseph Tucker, collector. 

*W ""ft Jeremiah Hill, collector, 
Pepfiereloorou y 

Portland^ Isaac Illsley, collector. 

Bath) William Webb, collector. 

Whcasset) Francis Cook, collector. 

Waldoborough) Waterman Thomas, collector. 

Penobscot) Benjamin Jarvis, collector. 

Frenchman's Baxj) Melatiah Jordon, collector. 



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fMteip/itot, Stephen Smith, collector. 
Passai/imaquoddy, L,twi>. F. Delesdernier, collector, 
Jonathan Weston, deputy collector at 

[Moose Island, 
Thomas B. Wait, surveyor Sc inspector • 
Thomaston, Thomas Vose, surveyor. 
Ko.nebmik, Jonas Clark, collector. 

Di strict of New-Hampshire. 
Portsmouth^ Joseph W T hipple, collector, 

Nathaniel Folsom, naval officer, 

G. Went worth, serveyor and inspector. 

District of Vermont. 
Burlington, David Russel, collector. 

District of Rhode-Island andPROviDENCE. 

Newport, William Ellery, collector, 

Walter Nichols, naval officer, 
Daniel Lyman, surveyor. 

Providence, Jeremiah Olney, collector, 
William Barton, surveyor, 
Ebenezer Thompson, naval officer. 

Patvxet, Joseph Aborn, surveyor. 

N. Kingston, D. Eldrcdge Updike, surveyor. 

M* Greenwich, Thomas Arnold, surveyor. 

wVcirren end^) 

Barrington,S Nathaniel P^>P S > surveyor. 

Bristol, C. Collins, jr. collector k inspector. 

Samuel Bos worth, surveyor. 

Paucatuck, George Stilman, surveyor. 

District of Connecticut. 
New-London, Jedidiah Huntington, collector, 
Nathaniel Richards, surveyor, 
Jonathan Trott, "") 

Ebenezer Goddard, ( \r*^it>t*m 
Samuel Whittemore, C "***?**: 
Henry Jepson, J 



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Nathaniel Saltonstall, jun. weigh* 
measurer, and guager. 
Stonington, Jonathan Palmer, jun. surveyor. 
Middletoivriy Alexander Wolcott, collector. 

Lamberton Cooper, surveyor. 

Robert Warner. 

Az'h Whittlesey, jr. J> inspectors. 



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.Yew- Haven, Abraham Bishop, collector. 
William Munson, surveyor. 
Fairfield, Samuel Smedley, collector. 

Saybrock) George Wolcott, surveyor. 

Hartford, Solomon Porter, surveyor. 



District of New-York. 

New-York^ David Gelston, collector, 

Samuel Osgood, naval officer. 
Sagharbor, Henry P. Dering, collector. 



Friends' General Meetings are kefit 

AT Philadelphia, the 4th first day in the third an 
ninth months. — at Wilmington, the next first day a: 
ter spring meeting in Philadelphia. — at Chester Ri\ 
er (in Maryland) the 3d seventh day in the fourt 
month. — at Duck Creek, the 4th seventh day in th 
fourth month. — at Salem, the 3d first day in the lift 
month. — at New-York, the 4th first day of the fift 
month. — at Little Egq-Harbor, the 1st first day i 
the sixth month. — at Curls and Black -Water (in Vir 
ginia) alternately the 3d seventh day in the fift' 
month. — at West River and Choptank, alternately 
the 1st seventh day in the 6th month. — at Newport 
(Rhode-Island) the 2d sixth day in the sixth month. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR THE YEAR 1805. 



Executive and Legislative Departments. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, ESQ. 

Gov truer. 

HONOURABLE 

JOLIN TREAD IVELL, ESQ. 
Lieutenant Governor. 



ASSISTANTS. 



John Allen, Esq. 
W ilHa m Ed m on d , E s q . 
John Chester, Esq. 
Elizur Goodrich j Ef.q, 



Oliver Ellsworth, Esq. 
William Hillhouse, Esq. 
Aaron Austin, Esq. 
Roger Newbury, Esq. 
Chauncey Gccdrich,Esq. 
Jonathan Brace, Esq. 

Samuel Wyllys, Esq. Secretary. 

John Porter, Esq. Comptroller of Public Accounts* 

Andrew Kingsbury, Esq. Treasurer. 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and Cct. tewfctfa 1804. 

MAY SESSION. 

Timothy Pitkin, Esq. Speaker. 
Jonathan O.Mobely and Nath.Ressiter,Esq 'rs,CIerks. 

KARTFORD, John Caldwell, Nathaniel Terry. 
Berlin, Jan.es North, Gad Stanley. 
Brifrol, Theodore Pettibone, Benjamin Hungevford. 
Ea ft- Han ford, Shubael Grifwold, Samuel Fitkin, 
Eaft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Abiel Wo'cott, 

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Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Terry. 

Farmington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jun. 

Glanftenbury, Samuel \Vel!s, Afaph Coleman. 

Granby, Plinny Hillycr, Sadoce Wilcox. 

Hartland,. Uriel Holmes, Ifrael Williams. 

Marlborough, Ifrael Foot. 

Southington, Samuel Hart Roger Whittlefey. 

Nuffield, Luther f oomis, Hezekiah Huntington. 

Simfbury, Jonathan Pettibone, Samuel Barnard. 

\Vethersf12ld, Ezekel P. Belden, Jofeph Bulkley. 

Windfor, Elifha Moore, Eliakim Marfhall. 

New- Haven, Jeremiah Townfend, Noah Webfter. 

Branfiord, Timothy Hoadley, James Barker. 

Cheffcire* Andrew Hull, Ifrael Burrilf. 

Derby, iofeph Riggs. 

Eafc Haven, linos Hemmingway. 

fig/ford, Au^uthis Collins, Nathaniel RofTeter. 

) [amde*?, Med id Atwatfer- 

MSJford, Abraham V. H. Dewitt, Benjamin Bull. 

North- Haven, Jofeph Doolittle. 

Oxford, Charles Bunnell. 

Wallingford, Eliakim Hall, Caleb Coske. 

Waterbury, Abner Johnfon, Timothy Gibbard. 

Woodbridgc, Hezekiah Baldwin, Elilm Sanford, jun. 

Wolcott, Mark Harrifon. 

Ni.w- London, John Woodward, Abifhai Woodward. 

Norwich, Afa Spalding, Benjamin Coit. 

Bozrah, Elias Weft 

Colchcfter, Henry Champion, John R. Watroas. 

Franklin, Ele*?srTracy. 

Gjrotpn, i hineas Hyde, Thomas B.,Gray. 

Lifbon, jofhua Perkins. 

Lyme, Mofes Warren, jun. Ebenszer Brockway, jui 

Montvilie, John G Kilihnufc. 

'!F recoil, Elias Brown, Alexander Stewart. 

St inififftDQi Latham Hull, Amos Palmer. 

WaWrfordj George Williams. 

V/iRnrxD- Walter Bradley, Jofeph Wakeman. 



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Danbury, Samuel H. Phillips, Epaphras W. Bull. 
Brookiield, George C Smith. 
Greenwich, jabez Fitch, Elkanah Mead. 
Huntington, Agur judfon, Elijah Curt ifs. 
New- Canaan, jofeph siljimaiu 
| ' New-Fairfield, Abel Gregory. 
Newtown, Jofiah Fairchild, Gideon Botsford. 
Norwalk, Phineas Miller, Taber Gregory. 
Reading, Andrew L. Hill, Seth S. Smith. 
Ridgfiekl, Nathan Dauchey, jun. Timothy KeeJer. 
Sherman, Samuel Alien. 
Stamford, Nathan Weed, James Stephens. 
Stratford. Elnathan W illcoxfon,jun. Robert Fairchild. 
Trumbull, Stephen Beardfley. 
Weft on , David Silliman^ Andrew Lyon. 
Wilton, Samuel Olmftcad. 
Windham, Peter Webb, Hezekiah Ripley. 
Afnford, Jofias Byles, Abel Simmons, jun. , 
Brooklyn, Roger W. Williams. 
Canterbury, Jedidiah Johnfon, Stephen Butts. 
Hampton, Ebenezer Mofeley. 
Killingly, Aaron Arnold, James Danielfon. 
Manslield, Edward Freeman, Arten us Gurley. 
Lebanon, Daniel Tilden, Ifaiah Loomis. 
Plainfield, William Pierce, Luther Smith. 
Pomfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingalls. 
Thompfon, Noadiah Ruflel]\ George Learned, 
Voluntown, Samuel Robbins. 
Sterling, L< muel Dorance. 
Woodftock, Chefter Childs, John Fox. 
Litchfield, James Morris, Uriel Holmes, jun. 
Bethlem, David Bellamy. 
Barkhampfted, Peletiah Allen, Ifrael Jones. 
Canaan, Jonathan Burrall, John Elmen. 
Cornwall, Benjamin Gould, Oliver Burnham. 
Colebrook, Grove Piuney, Edmund Howell. 
Gofhen, Birdfey Norton, Adino Hale. 
Harwinton, James Brace, Timothy Clark. 



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Kent, David Comftock; 

New Hartford, Riverius Bidwell, famei Henderfon. 

New-Milford, Elijah Boardman, Eiizur Warner. 

Norfolk, Auguftus Pettibone, Eiizur Holt. 

Flymsutb, David Smith. 

Roxbury, Wells Judfon. 

Salifbary, Phineas Chapin, Eliiha Sterling. 

Sharon, JudfoB Canneld, Ifaac i ardie. 

Southbury, j uflus Johnfon. 

Torrington, Phineas North, William Battle, jun. 

Warren, John Tallmadge. 

Wafhington, Daniel N. Brinfmade, Elijah Hazen. 

Watertovtn, Samuel W. Southmayd. 

"Winchefter, Samuel Harlbut, James Boyd. 

Woodbury, Elijah Sherman, Reuben Mitchell. 

Middletown, Elijah Hubbard, Aiher Miller. 

Chatham, Enoch Sage, John H. Strong. 

Durham, Dan Farmcle, Charles Cce. 

Eaft-Haddam, Jonathan O. Mofeiy, Eliphalct Holmes. 

Haddam, Edward Selden, Jonathan Huntington, jun. 

Killingwortb, Nathan Wilcox, Abraham f ieribn. 

Saybrook, Samuel Williams, Elifha Hart. 

Tolland, Samuel Whittlcfey, itremiah Weft. 

Eolton, Elijah White, Oliver King. 

Coventry, Jeremiah Ripley, Daniel White. 

Ellington, Levi Wells. 

Hebron, Elijah Houfe, Daniel Brown. 

Somers, Giles Peafe.Jabez Collins. 

Stafford, Ephra'mHyde, Simeon Dimmick. 

Union, Samuel I aul, Elijah Wales. 

Wellington, Abel Johnfon, Samuel Dunton. 

OCTOEER SESSION. 

Timothy Pitkin, efq. Speaker. 
Sylvanus Backus, Nathaniel Roffetcr. efq'rs Clerks. 
Hartford, John Caldwell, Nathan et Terry. 
Berlin, Samuel Hart. jun. SylveP.er Wells. 
Briftol, George Mitchel, Theodore Pcttibone. 



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iaft- Hartford, Shubacl Grifwold, Samue! Pitkin. 

taft-Windfor, Caleb Booth, Abie! Wolcott. 

infield, Eliphalet Terry, Henry Teiry. 

'armington, John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, jun. 

Jlaftenfeuiy, Samuel Wells, Afaph Coleman. 

Jranby, Archibald Kafon, Jofeph Cornifh. 

lartland, Uriel Holmes, Ifrael Williams. 

Marlborough, Joel Foot. 

iouthington, Samuel Hart, Roger Whittlefey. 

uffield, Luther Loomis, Hszekiah Huntington. 

•imibury, Jonathan Pettibone, N*oah A. Phelps. 

kVethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, Jofeph Buckley. 

ftfindfor, Eliak'm Marfliall, Ebcnezer F. Biflelk 

Mew-Haven, David Daggett, Jeremiah Townfend. 

Branford, Timothy Hoadly, James Barker. 

Cheiliire, Andrew Hull, Ifrael BunueL 

Derby, fofeph lliggs. 

Eaft- Haven, Enos Hemingway. 

Guilford, Auguftus Collins, Nathaniel Roiliter. 

Hamden, Amafa Bradley. 

Milford, Abraham V. H. De Witt, Elias Clark. 

North-Haven, Jofeph Brockett. 

Oxford, Juflus Candee. 

Waliingford, Samuel Cook, John Plymart. 

Waterbury, John Kicgibury, Eli Bronfon. 

Woodbridge, El hu Sanford, jun. Hezekiah Baldwin. 

Wolcott, M&rk Harrifon. 

New- London, Edward Chappell, Simeon Smith. 

Norwich, Nathaniel Shipman, jun. John Backus. 

Bozrah, Elias Weft. 

Colchefter, Joel Worthington, John Imam. 

Franklin, Eleazer Tracy. 

Groton, Rufus smith, jofeph Morgan. 

Lifbon, Joilhua Perkins. 

Lyme, Matthew Grifwold, David M. Jewett. 

Mofitville, John G. Hillhoufe 

Prefton, Elias Brown, Charles Fanning. 

Stonington, Latham Hull, Nathan fendleton. 



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Waterford, George Williams. 

Fairfield, vs. alter Bradley, Robert Willfcn. 

Danbury, Daniel N. Carrirgtun, james Clark. 

Brookfielri, JefTe Noble. 

Greenwich, Jabez Fitch, Nefcemiah Wi'lfon. 

Huntington, Samuel Beart:flee, William :;helton. 

Kew Canaan, jofeph .Silliman. 

New-FairfieM^Ifxac Knapp. 

Nt-wtown Gideon Botsford, John Sanford. 

Norwalk, Jabez Gregory, WiUiam M. Betts. 

Reading, Simeon Mungf'r, Peter Sai)ford. 

ftidgefipld, Timothy Keeler, Nathan Smith. 

Sherman, amuel Allen. 

Stamford, James Stevens, Tbaddeus Bell, jr. 

Stratford, Jabez H. Tomlinfon, Rofwell judfon. 

Trumbull, James Reardflee. 

Wefton, Andrew Lyon, Eliphalet Cooley, jun. 

Wilton, Samu:101m(led. 

Windham, Hezekiah Ripley, Samuel Perkins. 

Alhford, Abel Simmons, jr. John Palmer. 

Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam. 

Canteibury, Moles Cleaveland, Stephen Butts. 

Columbia, Stephen Hofmer. 

Hampton, Ebenezer Mofeley. 

Killingly, Aaron Arnold, Shubael Hutchins. 

Lebanon, Daniel Tilden, ifaiah Loomis. 

Mansfield, John Salter, Frederick Freeman. 

Plainfield, John Lefter, Jeremiah Kinfman. 

Pomfrct, 5ylvanus Backus, Thomas Grofvenor, 2d. 

Sterling, Noah Cole. 

Thompfon, George Learned, John Jacobs, jr. 

Voluntown, Nicholas Randall. 

Woodftock, John M'Clellan, Chefter GhiWfi 

Litchfield, James Morris, Uritl Holmes, jr. 

Bethlem, David Bellamy. 

Barkbempfted, Peletiah Allen, Ifrael Jones. 

Canaan, John Elmore, Jonathan Burrall. 

Cornwall, Benjamin Gold, Oliver Burr.nam. 



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plebrook, Arab Phelps, Elijah Rockwell. 

Joflicn, Birdfey Norton, Afino Hale, 
jlanvinnm, James Brace, Timothy Clark, jr« 

ent, Nathaniel Berry, jun. 

|j w-Hartibrd, Riveriws Bidwell, Jonathan Marfli. 
Hw-Milfbrd, Ehzur Warner, jun. Samuel Loekwood. 
Norfolk, Auguftus Pettibune, Eitazer Holt* 
•iymouth, D ivid Smith. 
loxbury, Elihu Canfield. 

aliibwry, John Whittle fey, Lot Norton, jun. 

Iharon, judfon Canfield, Ifaac Pardee. 

louthbury, Shadrach Ofborne. 

Torrington, EHma Smith, William Battle, jut*. 

Warren, John Tallmadge. 

kamington, Daniel N. Brrnfnrade, David Whittlefey. 

VVatertown, Samuel W. Southmayd. 

\Vinchefter, Samuel Hurlburt, Benjamin Jenkins. 

Woodbury, Reuben Mitchell, Noah B. Benedict. 

IVTiddletown, Elijah Hubbard, A flier Miller. 

Chatham, Enoch .~>age, Robert Ulnar. 

Durham, Charles Coe, Nathaniel W. Chauneey. 

Eaft-Haddain, Jonathan O. Motley, Eiiphalet Holmes. 

[Haddam, Edward Selden, Jonathan Huntington. 

Killingworth, W Iliam Morgan, Abraham Pierfcn. 

Saybrook, John Bull, Elilha Hart 

^Tolland, Jeremiah Weft, Jonathan Barns. 

Bolton, Oliver King, Elij «ti White. 

Coventry, Jeremiah Ripley, Eleazer Pomeroy. 

Ellington, Levi Wells. 

Hebron, ylvefter Gilbert, David Norton. 

Stafford, Samuel Blodget, Simeon Dimick. 

Somers, Giles Peafe, Jabez Coil ins . 

Union, Samuel haul, Elijah Wales. 

Willington, Abel Johnfon, Elijah Hanks. 



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Nomination for Members of Council 
Chosen in October, 1804. 



No. votes. 
Oliver Ellsworth, 12209 
William Hilihouse, 1 2348 
John Chester, 12339 

Roger Newbury, 1229? 
A a r on Austin, 1235? 

Jonathan Brace, 12463 
John Allen, 12221 

Chauncey Goodrich,! 2538 
William Edmond, 1354: 
Elizur Goodrich, 123Q? 



No, vote 
Stephen T. Hosmer,I24< 
Matthew Griswold, 124( 
Jonathan Barnes, 118( 
rlenry Champion, 119/ 
Joseph Wa'ker, 1151 
Jabez Clark, 115.' 

Asher Miller, 119< 

Jerh G. Brainard, 116< ( 
jJudson Caniieid, 113< 
{Isaac Beers, 113: 



The following gen 
votes affixed to their 
No. v 
Thomas Seymour, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Ebenezer Barnard, 
Rufus Hitchcock, 
Andre w 11 all , j un. 
Asa Spalding, 
Elias Brown, 
Moses Warren, jun. 
Jabez Fitch, 
Walter Bradley, 



tlcmen received the number 
several names, 
otes. No. vote 

Jabez H, Tomiin son, 78. 

Ebenezer Devotion, 78 



7868 
7920 
7803 
7905 
6556 
7888 
7799 
5952 
7933 



Daniel Tiki en, 
Ephraim Kirby, 
John Welch, 
Ephraim Starr, 
William Kart, 
Isaac Spencer, 2d, 
John T. Peters, 
78/5 jSamuel Whittlesey, 



75 
79 
74 
71 
76 
71 
72 
73 



Nomination for Members of Congrefs 
Chosen in May, 1804. 

No. votes. I No. vot< 

John C. Smith, 7991 Roerer Griswold, 83 

Simeon Baldwin, 8187|Benj. Talmadge, 83 



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No. votes. 
Samuel W. Dana, $324 
alvin Goddard, 8417 
F. Davenport, jun. 8324 
Timothy Pitkin, inn. 8261 
Jonathan O.Moscley,8295 
Epaph . Champi on , 8 047 
Lewis B. Sturges, 822 



No. votes. 
Theodore DwigUt, 8129 
John Caldwell, 7962 

Nathaniel Rossiter, T76T 
Sylvester Gilbert, 7745 
Sam IB. Sherwood, 7720 
Eben. Huntington, 7830 
Sylvanus Backus, 7286 



The following gentlemen received the number of 
rotes affixed to their several names ; 



No. votes. 
Aaron Olmsted, 4932 

Hez. Huntington, 5452 
Andrew Hull, jun. 5171 
William Hillhouse ,j r .5 1 94 
Marvin Wait, . 522Q 
Amos Palmer, 5214 

Charles Fanning, 5264 
Roswell Judson, 5329 

Taylor Sherman, 5250 



No. votes. 
William M. Betts, 5140 
James Eldredge, 5222 
Peter Webb, 5157 

Elijah Boardman, 5014 
William Stanley, 5124 
Joshua Stow, 4854 

Nathan Willcox, 5031 
John T. Peters, 4948 

Samuel Whittlesey, 4985 



Judicial and Civil Departments. 



JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 
Hon. Jesse Root, esq. Chief Judge. 



Hon. Jona. Sturges, esq. 
Hon. Si M. Mitchell,esq. 
Hon.Tappirig Reeve,esq. 



Hon. Zeph. Swift, esq. 
Hon. John Trumbull,esq. 



George Pitkin, esq. (East-Hartford) 
Clerk, Hartford County. 



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COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Roger Newbury, esq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. John Chester, esq. J Pliny Hiliyer, esq. 

Jonathan Bull, esq. | Eliphalet Terry, esq. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF 

Hartford. 
Thomas Seymour, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Moseley, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Imlay, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Uphraim Root, 
Andrew Kingsbury, 
Nathan Perkins, jun. 
Amasa Keyes, 
John Caldwell, 
John Porter, esq'rs. 

Berlin* 
Selah Hart, 
Gild Stanley, 
James North, 
Amos Hosford, 
Elijah Hooker, 
Daniel Dunbar, 
Roger Norton, jun. 
David Webster,jr. esq'rs, 

Enldd. 
Henry Terry, esq'rs. 
John Reynolds, 

Bristol. 
Abraham Pettibone, 
Simeon Hart, 
Itnos lyes, 



THE PEACE. 
Bryan Hooker, 
Bliss Hart, C6qrs. 

East -Hartford* 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Wells, 
Elisha Pitkin, 
Samuel Flagg, 
George Griswold, 
Benajah Phelps, esq'rsi 

East- Windsor. 
Roswell Grant, 
Caleb Booth, 
Daniel Rockwell, 
Abiel Wolcott, esq'rs. 

Farmington. 
Ichabod Norton, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
John Mix, 

Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Roger Hooker, esq'rs, 

Glastenbury* 
Phillip Sellew, 
Josiah Hale, 
Elisha Hale, 
Zeph. H. Smith, esq'i 

Granby. 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb,juiu 
Andrew Hiliyer, 
Hezekiah Hblcomty 



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3»eph Cornish, 
lathaniel Pratt, esqrs. 

Hartland. 
Friel Holmes, 
:>hn Treat, esq'rs. 

Marlhorovgh. 
ilijah Kellogg, 
Del Foot, 
srael Foot, esq'rs. 

Nuffield. 
Thaddeus Leavett, 
Lmos Granger, 
Lsael Hathaway, 
amuel Hale, 
oseph Austin, esq'rs. 

Soutkington. 
Timothy Clark, 
tcger Whittlesey, 
lani'l Woodruff, jr. esqrs, 

Thomas Y. Seymour, 



Symsbury. 
Daniel Humphreysj 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Ezra Adams, 
George Humphreys, 
Solomon Everist, esqrs. 

Wet hers field. 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Joseph Bulkeley, 
John Williams, 
Joshua Be Iden, jun. 
Ezekiel P.Belden, esqrs. 

Windsor* 
Oliver Mather, 
Abiel Grisw old, 
Josiah Bissel, 
Isaac Owen, jun. 
Elihu Mills, 
Simeon Griswold, esqrs; 
esq. Stats Attorney* 

ATTORNIES. 

Ebenezer Granger, 
John Wale, 
Stedman Adams, 
Seth Terry, esqrs. 

Berlin. 
Daniel Dunbar, 
Joseph L. Smith, esq'rs* 

Bristol. 
Calvin Butler, esq. 

East-Hartford. 
Hezekiah Flatg, esq. 

Mast- Windsor* 
Samuel P. Waldo, esq. 

Enfield. 
Henry Terry, esq. 
Farmivgton. 
William Judd, 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 



Samuel Cowles, esq Vs. 

GlaHenbury* 
!Zeph. H. Smith, 
Samuel Jones, jr. esqrs. 

Gran by. 
Thomas Holcomb, 
Andrew D. Hillyer, 
Grove Griswold ! , esqrs. 

Symshury* 
William Williston, 
Elisha Phelps, esqrs. 

Southington* 



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Roger Whittlesey, csqr; 

Sheffield. 
Hezekiah Huntington, 
William Gay, 
William Bradley, 
Seth Parsons, esq'rs. 

Wctherpjidd. 
John Williams, esq. 

Windsor, 
John Sargeant, 
Roger Newbury, jr. 
Joseph H. Bissell, esq'rs. 



Samuel Woodruff, 

Stephen Chester, Esq. Wethersfield y Sheriff, 

Deputy Sheriffs. Titus L. Bissell, Horac 

Wadsworth, Hartford. Nathan Merrow, E. Har 
ford. Nehemiah Chandler, Enfield. Ezeki* 
Cowles, jun. F&rmington. Joshua -R. Jewett.Gra? 
bv. Oliver Haachett, Stiffield. Chester Clar] 
Wethcrsfield. Elihu Drake, Jonathan Palmer, ju) 
Windsor. 

Elijah Boardman, Hartford^ Goaler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN, 
COUNTY COURT. 

Simeon Bristol, esq. Chief Judge. 

Gidean Buckingham, esq. j John Kingsbury, esq. 

Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. | Dyer White, esq. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasuer. 

Naphtali Daggett, Clerk, 

Dyer White, Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES 

New- Haven* 
plenry Daggett, 
Joseph Darling, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
Thomas Painter, 
Noah Webster, 



OF THE PEACE* 

Nathan Smith, 
Ellsha Munson, 
Joseph Drake, 
Wm.Hillhouse, jr. 
David Dagget, esqrs. 

Branford. 
Edward Russeilj 



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1 |)rcharei Gould, 

Vi'liam Gould, 

ienjamin Page, 

ames Barker, 

>olomon Lindsley, 

(teverly Munro, esq'rs. 
Cheshire. 

Andrew Hull, 

srael Bunnell, 

lurrage Beach, 

isahel Chittenden, esqrs. 

Derby. 
form Humphreys, 
' evi Tornlinson, 

ussel Tornlinson, 
aniel Holebrook, 

osiah Dudley, esq'rs. 
East-Haven, 

osiah Bradley, 

~nos Hemingway, 

>te. Woodward, esq'rs. 
Hamden. 
John Hubbard, 
Samuel Bellamy, 
gimeon Goodyear, esqrs. 

Guilford^ 
Augustus Collins, 
Miles Munger, 
Jonathan Todd, 
Henry Hill, 
Nathan Chidsey,